Article 319. – Inapplicable Laws. 1) The following provisions shall not be applicable in the Administrations where this Code applies: (a) Provisions of the Civil Code of 1960 on Persons (Book One, Article 198-338); (b) Provisions of the Civil Code of 1960 on Family and Successions (Book Two, Article 550-825). 2) Any laws, regulations, directives, decisions or practices inconsistent with this Code shall not be applicable on matters provided in this Code. Article 320. – Rights Acquired Under Repealed Laws. 1) Unless otherwise expressly provided to the contrary, legal situations created prior to the coming into force of this Code shall remain valid notwithstanding that this Code modifies the conditions under which such situations may be created. 2) Unless otherwise expressly provide to the contrary, this Code shall not change effects arising out of legal situations created under the repealed law prior to the coming into force of this Code. Article 321. – Registration. 1) The Federal Government shall, within six months from the coming into force of this Code, issue registration law applicable to the Administrations where this Code is to be enforced and establish the necessary institutions. 2) Until the Office of Civil Status is established in accordance with Sub-Art. (1) of this Article, certificates of birth, marriage, and other relevant certificated issued or to be issued by an appropriate authority of the Administration where this Code is applicable shall be deemed to have been issued by the Office of Civil Status and considered valid. Article 322. – Pending Family Cases. 1) Family cases pending before court prior to the coming into force of this Code shall be settled in accordance with this Code. 2) All divorce cases pending before family arbitrators before the coming into force of this Code in accordance with the repealed law regular courts having jurisdiction. 3) The courts shall decide these case in accordance with the provisions of this Code. Article 323. – Power to Issue Regulations. 1) The Council of Ministers may issue Regulations for the implementation of this Code. 2) The Administrations where this Code shall be applicable may issue directives and Rules of procedure necessary for the implementation of this Code.