The case for denying lineage in Egypt with lawyer Hayam gomaa Salem
Claim denial of descent
Conditions for accepting a claim to deny descent
According to the Personal Status Law
The Personal Status Law sets out 5 conditions for accepting a claim of “denial of descent”, as it stipulates that the divorced or widow give birth to her baby after a period of more than a year from the date of divorce or death.
The conditions also included that the wife gives birth to her child after the husband’s absence for more than a year or put her newborn in a period of less than 6 months from the date of the actual marriage, unless it proves that there is a customary marriage prior to the official marriage or in the event that there is no convergence between the spouses since a decade The Quran.
It includes accepting a case of denial of descent, provided that the husband has not recognized paternity even if it implies that he ignored the manifestations of pregnancy until his wife gave birth to her child, and participated in celebrating the arrival of the newborn, as it is not permissible to exile after the approval, but if his work grew even after years through Coincidentally, he may file a suit denied the lineage.
It is worth noting that the legal documents necessary to implement a judgment claiming denial of lineage by providing a photocopy of the marriage contract document from the defendant, a photocopy of the defendant’s divorce from the second defendant, a photocopy of the child’s birth certificate, and an official copy of the verdict issued by the court’s spoken By denying the child’s attribution to the plaintiff, based on the forensic report, which concluded that the child’s DNA is not shared with the plaintiff’s fingerprint, in addition to a scanned image of the forensic report
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Originally posted 2020-01-16 18:27:55.