Every Kadi and Naib Kadi shall, within one week of the registration of a marriage or revocation of divorce, send a copy of the certificate of marriage or revocation of divorce, as the case may be, to the Registrar.—(1) If it shall appear that any entry in any Register of Marriages or Register of Revocation of Divorces kept or a certificate of marriage or certificate of revocation of divorce issued under this Act has been made or issued in error or contains any error that might be corrected, the Registrar or any person affected by such error may apply to the Syariah Court for the cancellation of the certificate or rectification of such entry.(2) If it shall appear that any entry in the Register of Divorces or a certificate of divorce issued under this Act has been made or issued in error or contains any error that might be corrected, any person affected by such error may apply to the Syariah Court for the cancellation of the certificate or rectification of such entry.(4) If it appears that any decree or order of the Syariah Court under this Act has been made or issued in error or contains any error that might be corrected, the Court may, on its own motion or upon the application of any person affected by such error, order the rectification of such error.(6) If the Registrar is satisfied by statutory declaration or otherwise that any certificate of marriage or certificate of revocation of divorce contains any clerical or typographical error, he may, in the presence of the persons named in the certificate, or, if they are absent, in the presence of 2 credible witnesses, rectify such certificate.(7) The Registrar shall sign and date any correction made in the certificate of marriage or the certificate of revocation of divorce and in the relevant Register of Marriages or Register of Revocation of Divorces, as the case may be.—(1) Nothing in this section shall be construed as preventing a Kadi or Naib Kadi, at his option, from solemnizing and registering a marriage at his house or office or at the house of the parties or one of the parties thereto.(4) Where, on an application for the registration of a revocation of divorce, the Kadi is not satisfied that both the parties have consented to the registration thereof, the Kadi shall refer the application to the Syariah Court and the Syariah Court may make such decree or order as is lawful under the Muslim law.(5) In the case of every divorce effected in Singapore, the husband and wife shall attend personally at the Syariah Court within 7 days of the divorce, or such extended time as the Syariah Court thinks fit, and ——(1) Where a marriage has been solemnized by a Kadi or Naib Kadi, the Kadi or Naib Kadi shall register the marriage by entering the particulars thereof in the register of marriages and also in the certificate of marriage attached to the register.(2) Subject to section 102, a Kadi may, at any time within 7 days of a marriage which has not already been registered under subsection (1) or of a revocation of divorce, register the marriage or revocation of divorce by entering the particulars thereof in the appropriate register and also in the certificate of marriage or certificate of revocation of divorce (as the case may be) attached to the register.—(1) Every Kadi or Naib Kadi who refuses to register a marriage and every Kadi who refuses to register a revocation of divorce shall record his reasons for such refusal in a book to be kept for that purpose.105.
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Dr Mohd Hasbi Abu Bakar, president of Jamiyah Singapore, said: 'Ramadan is a time of reflection, for spending time with family and friends while giving support to those who are less fortunate.'We are honoured that Prince Harry was able to join us for this iftar and to meet with the young people that are part of the Jamiyah Singapore community.'Minutes before the sun went down and the call to prayer was made by an Islamic scholar, Muhammad Rafiuddin Ismail, secretary-general of Jamiyah, said: 'Our thoughts go out to the families of the victims of the London terror attack last night.' Ramadan is the ninth and holiest month in the Islamic calendar, marked by Muslims as a month of piety, charity and thriftiness.
Observing the Ramadan fast is one of the five pillars of the Islamic faith, alongside the profession of faith, the five daily prayers, the giving of alms and the pilgrimage to Mecca.
And yet, Muslims from the UK to Indonesia are not turning their back on tradition in a wholesale fashion.
As with other aspects of life they are seeking to balance tradition and modernity without compromising either.
Traditionally finding a suitable spouse was considered a family matter to be tackled via parental networks, but modern life is getting in the way.
Children often live far away from their nuclear family, they are more independent and desire greater control over the process of finding a life partner.
Section 33 of the Administration of Muslim Law (Amendment) Act 2008 provides that nothing in section 19 of the Administration of Muslim Law (Amendment) Act 2008 shall affect the validity of any marriage solemnized under this Act before 1st March 2009.