عنوان مقاله [English]
Article 963 of the Civil Code considers the personal and financial relations of spouses who are not the nationals of the same government as subject to the concerned government of husband. In the first glance, primitive emergence of this article also includes an Iranian woman who has married a foreign man and considers her as subject to the law of the concerned government of her foreign husband. However, logic of the law and procedure of interpretation and accuracy in the relation of the aforesaid article and articles 6 and 7 of the Civil Code as well as the general logic of legislation (consolidation and generalization of jurisdiction and governance of domestic law and legal support of legislator for its nationals) not only hesitates on the emergence and inclusion of this case, but also denies that. The present paper explains this hesitation and denial and finally provides the legislator with a corrective suggestion which if fulfilled; it will remove the dust of hesitation from the law.