FAMILY STATUS OF BUDDHIST MONK AND NOVICE UNDER FAMILY LAW

Main Article Content

Kansinee Tipmontien

Abstract

When a man obtains Buddhist monkhood or ordains as a novice, his family status does not terminate. He is still a child, a husband or a father as he is before obtaining Buddhist monkhood or ordaining as a novice, so he has the rights or duties to maintain his parents or his wife or his child. However, he cannot enter into an engagement or marriage because such doing is contrary to public order or good morals and is void. If he is an illegitimate child, he can take an action for legitimation. Moreover, if he is an illegitimate father, he can take the registration of legitimation. In case of adoption, he cannot be an adopter, but can be the adopted.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

Article Details

How to Cite
Tipmontien , K. . . (2018). FAMILY STATUS OF BUDDHIST MONK AND NOVICE UNDER FAMILY LAW. Journal of MCU Social Science Review, 7(2-2), 217–227. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/jssr/article/view/245766
Section
Academic Articles

References

Kansinee Tipmontien. (2017). Properties of Buddhist monk who having spouse. Journal of MCU Social Science Review, 6 (2), 52-55.
Committee on Text Books. (2015). Mangalatthadipani Book 2 (translated into Thai). Bangkok : Mahamakut Buddhist University.
Chatchai Ukgharawiboon. (2009). The Explanation on Civil and Commercial Code Book V : Family. Bangkok : Samnakphimwinyuchon Co., Ltd.
Phraphromgunaphorn (A.P. Payutto). (2008). Dictionary of Buddhism. Bangkok : R.S. Printing Mass Products Co., Ltd.
Prasopsook Boondej. (2015). The Explanation on Family Law. Bangkok : Krungsiam Publishing Co., Ltd.
Rasada Egabut. (2012). The Explanation on Civil and Commercial Code Book V : Family, Parents and Child. Bangkok : Samnakphimwinyuchon Co., Ltd.
Somdejphraparamanuchitchinoros. (1983). Phrapathamaphodhikatha. Bangkok : Thammabannaghan.
Sa-ad Naweejaroen. (1950). Civil and Commercial Law related to Family. Bangkok : Thammasat University.
Senee Pramote. (1965). Civil and Commercial Law related to Family and Succession. Bangkok : Chulalongkorn University.
Serm Winijjhaikul. (1949). Civil and Commercial Law related to Family. Bangkok : Thammasat University.
Ajaree Meeinkerd. (1998). “Conditions of Adoption under Civil and Commercial Code” (Thesis for Master of Law). Bangkok : Thammasat University.