Domicile‑ Wife’s domicile is domicile of her husband–Law of domicile of husband allowing oral divorce‑Such divorce if recognized as valid by Courts of country of domicile is binding on Courts of all countries‑ [Muhammadan Law‑Divorce].
The domicile of the husband is the domicile of the wife, and the law applicable to a divorce is the law of the domicile of the parties which means the domicile of the husband. If the law in force in Egypt allowed a Muslim husband to divorce his Christian wife by word of mouth and that divorce had been recognized as valid by a Court of law in Egypt, that decision would be a decision which would be binding not only between the parties but on all the world and recognizable by Courts of all countries.
:Muslim Family Laws in Pakistan
Divorce Act (IV of 1869), S. 2‑Christian wife of Muslim husband, becoming herself a Muslim‑Muhammadan Law of divorce
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