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THE RULE OF IRANIAN MOTHERS IN THE ATTRIBUTION OF NATIONALITY TO HER CHILD: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF ARTICLE 976 OF THE CIVIL CODE AND THE ACT OF 1385

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  333-370

Abstract

 Historicaly the father has a prominent and exclusive role in the attribution of nationality to their children in nationality laws and the role of mothers has either been ignored or reduced. This attitude has now changed and legislators in most countries have granted the same role to fathers and to mothers in recent decades. Iranian legislators have not referred to the role of the mother in the attribution of nationality to her children at the time of the adoption of the Civil Code. Moreover, legislators have not amended the discriminatory rules of the Civil Code but have granted less privilege to them in contrast to the foreign women. It seems that the revision of these rules is necessary and is accordance with the needs of the contemporary world. Therefore, the attribution of Iranian nationality to children born to a foreign father and Iranian mother is necessary.

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    AZIZI, SATTAR, & HAJI AZIZI, BIJAN. (2012). THE RULE OF IRANIAN MOTHERS IN THE ATTRIBUTION OF NATIONALITY TO HER CHILD: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF ARTICLE 976 OF THE CIVIL CODE AND THE ACT OF 1385. REVUE DE RECHERCHE JURIDIQUE, -(56), 333-370. SID. https://sid.ir/paper/91853/en

    Vancouver: Copy

    AZIZI SATTAR, HAJI AZIZI BIJAN. THE RULE OF IRANIAN MOTHERS IN THE ATTRIBUTION OF NATIONALITY TO HER CHILD: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF ARTICLE 976 OF THE CIVIL CODE AND THE ACT OF 1385. REVUE DE RECHERCHE JURIDIQUE[Internet]. 2012;-(56):333-370. Available from: https://sid.ir/paper/91853/en

    IEEE: Copy

    SATTAR AZIZI, and BIJAN HAJI AZIZI, “THE RULE OF IRANIAN MOTHERS IN THE ATTRIBUTION OF NATIONALITY TO HER CHILD: A CRITICAL EXAMINATION OF ARTICLE 976 OF THE CIVIL CODE AND THE ACT OF 1385,” REVUE DE RECHERCHE JURIDIQUE, vol. -, no. 56, pp. 333–370, 2012, [Online]. Available: https://sid.ir/paper/91853/en

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