Law Of Domestic Relations - Chapter 10
Child allowance (Articles 67-74)
Rules that a missing man with children for whose welfare he is liable and whose assets are with them, or deposited with another person; if there are any claims against him and his assets are movable, then the Qadi may rule that the children may be provided for from these assets.
According to Hanafi Law, the missing person pays maintenance only if his assets are of those categories from which child support is paid. Druze Law, though, states that payment is made from all moveable assets. If the assets of the missing person are in the form of lands, then money can be borrowed on his account.
This article does not state whether a third party who is holding the property or owes money to the missing person is liable; but it seems that the law relating to alimony also applies here. In the case of alimony, the third party is liable (Article 34 above).
Chapter 1 - Eligibility to Enter into Marriage (Articles 1 - 5)
Chapter 2 - Forbidden Marriages (article 9 - 13)
Chapter 3 - Arranging the Marriage (Articles 14 -19)
Chapter 4 - Marriages Rules (Articles 20 -23)
Chapter 5 - Dower ("Mahr") (Articles 24 - 27)
Chapter 6 - Maintenance (Nafaqa) (Articles 28-36)
Chapter 7 - Separation (Article 37-49)
Chapter 8 - Waiting Period (Idda) (Articles 50-53)
Chapter 9 - The custody of the children (Articles 54-66)
Chapter 10 - Child allowance (Articles 67-74)
Chapter 11- Payments by sons to parents and other relatives (Articles 75-80)
Chapter 12 - Guardianship over minors (Articles 81-87)
Chapter 13- Guardianship and wills (Article 88-98)
Chapter 14- Responsibilities of the guardian [executor] (Articles 99-118)
Chapter 15- Circumstances under with a Qadi may disqualify a person and appoint a guardian (Articles 119 -125)
Chapter 16 - A Missing Person and his Trustee (article 126 -136)
Chapter 17 - Paternity (nasab) (Articles 137-144)
Chapter 18 - Wills and Inheritance (2) (Articles 145 -170)