"patronymic" French translation
An adopted child retains his or her first name, patronymic and family name.
A person is permitted to change his or her surname, first name and patronymic from the age of 16.
The patronymic is conferred by the forename of the father or of the person registered as the father.
The Marriage and Family Code provides that a child has the right to a forename, patronymic and surname.
The Marriage and Family Code specifies that a child has the right to a name, patronymic and surname.
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Usage examples for "patronymic" in French
The child automatically takes the father's patronymic where the father is known.
Articles 77 et seq provide for the child to be given a patronymic:
Draft law amending the Civil Code regarding the patronymic, Doc.
Citizens are permitted to change their surname, forename or patronymic after the age of
The Civil Code recognizes the legal existence of the child (patronymic and father's nationality).
Draft legislation concerning the patronymic name of children was tabled in the Chamber of Deputies on 13 September 2001.
A child's surname is given by parental agreement; the patronymic is based on the father's given name.
The forename is given by agreement between the parents, and the patronymic is taken from the father's forename.
However, if a girl minor marries, she retains her patronymic and may add her husband's to it (art. 98).
Article 69 of the Family Code stipulates that children have the right to a given name, patronymic and surname.
Under article 53 of the Family Code, a child has the right to a forename, a patronymic and a surname.
Provisions governing the patronymic name
This organization has rearranged such records in Mauritania by adopting the Code of Civil Status and a law on patronymic names.
Under the provisions of article 53 of the Family Code, children have the right to a first name, patronymic and surname.
The patronymic name, as a component of Civil Registry records, is in principle assigned to a person on the basis of his or her filiation.
The legislative work necessary in order to remove the second reservation - that relating to a child's patronymic name (article 16) - is under way.
Children not brought up by their own parents and thus bearing a different name from them could request a change of their patronymic names.
It should also be noted that Tunisian law protects children born out of wedlock, and guarantees them the right to a patronymic name.
Under the provisions of the Marriage and Family Code, every child has the right to a first name, patronymic and surname.
In the case of newborn children whose parents are not known, the registrar shall choose given names for the child, with the last given name serving as patronymic (art.
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