However, if the woman marries a mahram relative of this child, and this relative is such that nikâh with him is not valid (for the child), e.g. she marries the child’s paternal uncle or any other similar relative, then the mother’s right of custody remains.
The new law requires courts, upon issuance of gun violence restraining orders, to order the restrained person to surrender to the local law enforcement agency all firearms and ammunition in his or her custody or control, or which he or she possesses or owns and requires the local law enforcement agency to retain custody of the firearm or firearms and ammunition for the duration of a gun violence restraining order.
In the same way it is also mandatory for them to follow the specific provisions of MFLO 1961 and Family Court Act 1964 in respect of their matter regarding dissolution of marriage including Divorce and Khula. No, I am not referring to Khula I am referring to the woman’s right to say to her husband, I divorce you,” and annul the marriage in the same manner as a man does.
Definition of Khula as provided by the Islamic Shari’a Council of 34 Francis Road, Leyton, London E10 6PW:The removal of the husband’s right to matrimonial life in the context of a correct marriage in exchange for financial return with the agreement of woman concerned.While Faskh (Dissolution), according to it, is the dissolution of a procedurally incorrect marriage or a marriage dissolved by a Qadi of an Islamic Court in a Muslim Country, or by a body of Islamic Scholars in a non-Muslim country.
More accurately, it is merely the right of a wife to seek a release from the marriage bond, similar to the Get in Judaic law, but unlike the latter where the husband has unilateral right to refuse, a Muslim woman may petition a qadi to grant her a divorce, overruling the husband’s refusal.