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This front matter section of the book Law and Ethnic Plurality: Socio-Legal Perspectives presents the table of contents. The book deals with deal with the conceptual problems of justice for diasporic minorities and their integration. It analyses how marriage solemnisation among ethnic minorities is treated within British legal systems and, in particular, focuses on judicial decision making. The book traces through a number of recent judgments in which the validity of marriage has been an issue and examine the extent to which British judges have been willing to recognise culture-specific ritual forms as leading to valid marriages.

Keywords: British legal systems; diasporic minorities; Ethnic Plurality; Law

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