The study tackles the procedures concerned with consensual divorce and ransoming as well as their differences according to the Islamic jurisprudence and the 2010 Jordanian personal law. The study falls into two chapters. The first is mainly concerned with the linguistic and terminological meaning of divorce as well as discussing the procedures of consensual divorce from an Islamic jurisprudential perspectives. The second focuses upon ransoming and its procedures according to the Islamic jurisprudence and the 2010 Jordanian personal law. Throughout these two chapters the differences between the two terms, namely consensual divorce and ransoming, are intensively shown up. As far as the judicial divorce is done by the judge without the husband's consent, the study aims to conclude with the legitimacy of consensual divorce and ransoming that are rightly claimed by the wife. The study, therefore, records certain notes concerning the procedures related to these two terms; the wife's hatred for her husband is not justified to the extent that it authorizes ransoming.
Al Kordi, Ra'ed Ali
"Consensual Divorce and Ransoming: Their Procedures and Differences: A Jurisprudential Comparative Study of the 2010 Jordanian Personal Law,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 15
, Article 8.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol15/iss3/8