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commercial law of Islam

Moulana Mujibullah Nadwi

commercial law of Islam

by Moulana Mujibullah Nadwi

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Published by Allah Bukhsh Barkhurdaria Trust. in Karachi .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementMoulana Mujibullah Nadwi ; translated by Abdur Rahman O"Beirne. Part 7, Shufa"ah - right of pre-emption; Ghasab - unlawful seizure; Itlàf - damages; Wakàlat - agency; Waqf - charitable trusts; Al-Qismatu-wal-Muhàyàt - division of property and benefits.
The Physical Object
Pagination81p. ;
Number of Pages81
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21383274M

  Sharia law comes from a combination of sources including the Qur'an (the Muslim holy book), the Hadith (sayings and conduct of the prophet Muhammad) and fatwas (the rulings of . Distinguish between the primary and secondary sources of Islamic law. Distinguish between Shari'ah (Divine sources of law) and Fiqh (Islamic substantive law or positive law). Identify the most workable technique of law in developing contemporary Islamic commercial law. Describe the early development of Islamic (Sunni) schools of law.

Sharīʿah, also spelled Sharia, the fundamental religious concept of Islam—namely, its law.. The religious law of Islam is seen as the expression of God’s command for Muslims and, in application, constitutes a system of duties that are incumbent upon all Muslims by virtue of their religious belief. Known as the Sharīʿah (literally, “the path leading to the watering place”), the law. Islamic Commercial Law consists of three parts. Part One is devoted to the description of futures trading and the understanding of operational procedures of futures and futures markets; Part Two investigates the issue of permissibility of futures trading in Islamic law and the underlying questions of risk-taking and speculation, which are of.

the rule of law and the reality of islamic nation states So far, we have focused on the conceptual compatibility between the rule of l aw and the Islamic ideal of a social order. This book discusses the Islamic finance trading framework. It compares and contrasts conventional trading frameworks with Sharia compliant trading frameworks, explores trading under Islamic commercial law, trading practices and financial transactions prohibited under Islamic law, and profit making in Islam.


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