Islamic Shariah, from which the Kingdom derives its laws, guarantees the rights of every human being from the moment of his creation in his/her mother's womb until his death. The Basic Law of Governance contains a number of provisions, especially in the Part on Rights and Duties, based on the principle of legal personality, such as the right of everyone to equality before the judiciary and the law, and the right to health, education, work and others. Many of the laws derived from the Basic Law of Governance contain provisions that confirm this principle. The Civil Status Law, promulgated by Royal Decree No. (M/7) dated 20/4/1407H, corresponding to 23/12/1986, contained provisions relating to the acquisition and expiry of the legal personality. Article (8) of the said Law stipulates: "The register of entries for Saudis and foreigners shall include a register for entering births, another for deaths, and a third for marriages and divorce cases. Other registers of entries for Saudis and foreigners may be added by a decision of the Minister of Interior". Article (17) of the same law stipulates that every citizen must submit to a civil status office all the information and documents required to register himself and his family members. Every citizen must report all civil entries that must be registered. Article (28) of the Law entails that every Saudi household head and the members of his family must be registered with a Civil Status Department. For Saudi nationals residing abroad, such entries are to be registered with the Saudi representative office in the country where they reside, or in any civil status department of their choice in their home country. Article (32) of the Law stipulates: "All births in the Kingdom and all Saudi births abroad shall be registered within the period specified in this Law." Article (38) of the same Law states that "If a newborn dies before being recorded in the birth register, his birth and his death shall be entered in the register; yet, if it is born dead after the sixth month of pregnancy, it shall be registered as a "still birth" in the birth register and then in the death register. Article (67) of the Law entails that any Saudi who has reached the age of fifteen must acquire an ID card (national ID). Under Royal Decree No. (M/134) dated 27/11/1440H, a number of amendments were introduced to the Civil Status Law, including granting the husband or the wife the right to apply for the family register from the Civil Status Department. The Council of Ministers Resolution No. (151), dated 13/5/1434H, corresponding to 25/03/2013, confirmed that Saudi women must be issued national ID cards. Article (68) of the Law allows Saudis residing abroad to obtain an ID card and request its renewal or notify of its loss or damage to the Saudi Arabian representative office in the country where the applicant resides.