Skip to comments.ISLAMIC RULES TO BE ENSHRINED INTO ENGLISH AND WELSH LAW
Posted on 03/23/2014 9:25:30 AM PDT by markomalley
The Law Society has issued guidance on how to use Sharia Law in Wills, Trusts and Estates disputes in England and Wales. The guidance effectively enshrines Sharia into common legal practice for the first time and will make it easier to discriminate against women and non-believers.
The rules published by the regulator of solicitors in the countries, The Law Society of England and Wales, boasts that this is the first time guidance has been published for solicitors to assist them with the intricacies of Sharia succession rules, which is the code of law derived from the Quran and from the teachings and example of Mohammed.
On wills themselves, the document advises legal professionals that: Provided the will is signed in accordance with the requirements set out in the Wills Act 1837, there is nothing to prevent an English domiciled person choosing to dispose of their assets in accordance with Sharia succession rules.
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Preposterous to the nth degree!!
The Shire is in desperate needs of a cleansing.
2 sets of laws governing one country is a recipe for chaos.
Winston Churchill is turning over in his grave because of this
Watching a western nation continue to commit suicide.
It appears that the Brits are taking the place of the French when it comes to being surrender monkeys. If the didn’t take up the i-slam-ish stuff they would have to be considered racis’.
It's a nonsensical headline. There's no change in the law. The Law Society (the lawyers' professional body) can't make or change laws. All they're doing is providing their members with an off-the-shelf tool for drawing up wills in a way that certain clients want (in this case certain Muslims). Such off-the-shelf proformas already exist for all the conventional forms of will. Using them simply saves the lawyer time, and therefore the client money. Has no implications for the law itself.
They are actively aiding a violent, world-domination organization that is cleverly disguised as a religion.
That’s the way I read it, too, based upon Provided the will is signed in accordance with the requirements set out in the Wills Act 1837, there is nothing to prevent an English domiciled person choosing to dispose of their assets in accordance with Sharia succession rules.
The asset disposition will be in full accordance with the English Wills Act. Sounds like much ado about nothing.
It all started with Henry VIII and his murder of St. Thomas Moore. It took several centuries to bring us to this point, but we’re now here and this Irishman says Amen. And Amen. When the Muslim Call to Prayer resounds from Lambeth my outraged ancestors’ souls will truly rest in peace.
I stopped caring about the UK some time ago. One of the hardest things to do is protect someone from their own stupidity. Anyhow, a thousand years of sharia law can only be an improvement over that garbage they call cuisine.
I believe the same thing exists for Jewish clients, or at least it does in parts of the US.
UKIP will not be happy.
reminds me of a time when the Romans ruled Jerusalem and there was a conflict between Roman law and Jewish Law. Pivotal time in history.
I don’t suppose there is any reason why you couldn’t do the same thing here. A will is a declaration of desire on what you want done with your property and possessions, and you can include or exclude whoever you want. And use whatever justification you want for your decisions.
Some states in the US have recognized sharia law and accepted their decisions as legal. in civil courts
with most of the courts being so freakin liberal this will likely spread