Master’s thesis in the branch of private law on habitual residence and its problems in private international law / a comparative study
On Monday, August 28, 2023, the Private Law Branch at the Faculty of Law at the University of Mosul discussed a master’s thesis on habitual residence and its problems in private international law / a comparative study, part of which was attended by Assistant Professor Dr. Wissam Nemat Ibrahim Al-Saadi, Dean of the Faculty, and a number of faculty members and faculty members.
The thesis submitted by the student Ahmed Sabah Mohieldin in the Private Law Branch dealt with the usual residence, which is the place where a person resides regularly and lives with more permanent ties than just ordinary residence ties, and the usual residence is one of the latest standards followed in private international law between domicile and nationality and depends on various and multiple criteria depending on the reality in which the individual lives. The thesis aims to show that the usual residence is not a substitute for other controls, each of which has its pros and cons, as it constitutes in its entirety an integrated system within the scope of private international law and is closely related to the domicile as it represents the material pillar of it as it is linked to nationality as one of the essential conditions for one of the issues related to it.
The discussion committee was headed by Assistant Professor Dr. Wissam Tawfiq Abdullah, the membership of Assistant Professor Dr. Khalil Ibrahim Mohamed, the school, Dr. Raya Sami Saeed, and the membership and supervision of Assistant Professor Dr. Zeina Hazem Khalaf