Jurisdiction Based on Legal Matters (Objects of Conciliation). The Family Court conducts conciliation for legal actions concerning personal affairs and other general cases relating to domestic matters, but the adjudgment cases as prescribed in Article 9, item 1, class “A” of the Law hereof, shall be excepted from this rule. (Law 17). As to the so-called “B” cases they can be applied for either conciliation or adjudgment at the option of the applicant, and the Court may submit a case “B” applied for adjudgment to the conciliation at any time. (Law 11). The conciliation ended in failure is naturally transferred to adjudgment (Law 26), so the result will be the same as if it were applied for adjudgment from the beginning. The provision of Article 17 of the Law hereof has the same meaning as Article 1 of the former Law of Adjudgment of Personal Matters which prescribes as “The case concerning dispute between family members or relatives and other domestic matters in general ...” So that this provision may be applied with necessary modifications to the following cases although persons involved are not the blood relations: cases concerning matters between husband and wife of marriage on mutual consent; nonperformance of marriage previously engaged; cases concerning return of betrothal presents; claiming for solatium for severing relations between concubine and master and other cases concerning matters between man and woman.