What is established in Islamic law is the non-permissibility of inheritance between the Muslim and non-Muslim, which is also the case in the Arab laws, including the laws of countries that define the sectarian diversity of personal status; as in Egyptian law through Article VI of Law No. 77 of 1943 On the inheritance of non-succession between the Muslim and non-Muslim, which was followed by the Lebanese law of June 23, 1959, but if we return to the Algerian law, we find that he did not establish a base of attribution on this issue, and in the absence of a rule of attribution solve this problem, here It was necessary to stand on the position of jurisprudence Ira this issue, especially in the absence of its own conflict rule.
Amina, M’hamedi Bouzina
"Problems of Conflict of Laws on the Issue of Inheritance between those of Different Religions under the Algerian Law: Analytical Study,"
مجلة جامعة الإمارات للبحوث القانونية UAEU LAW JOURNAL: Vol. 88:
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