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Financial Transactions in Islamic Jurisprudence (2 Volumes)

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Volume 1 and 2 Contents Volume 1 Contents Translator's Preface iii Acknowledgments v Abbreviations and Transliteration vii I The Sales Contract (Aqd Al-Bay') 1 1 Constituents ofSale 5 2 Conditions of Sale 13 3 Status, Object, and Price 51 4 Invalid and Defective Sales 71 5 Options 165 II Types of Sale (anwa'u al-buyu') 233 6 The Forward Contract (salam) 237 7 Commission to Manufacture (istisna') 267 8 Currency Exchange (sarf) 281 9 Gross-Sales (bay' al-jizaf) 293 10 Riba 309 11 Trust Sales (murabaha, tawliya, wadi'a) 353 III The loan contract (aqd al-qard) 367 12 The loan contract (aqd al-qard) 369 IV The Lease Contract (aqd al-i‎jar) 381 13 Legality, Cornerstones, and Essence 385 14 Lease Conditions 389 15 Characteristics and Legal Status 411 16 Two Types of Leasing 413 17 Guarantees In Leasing 421 18 Resolving Disagreements 429 19 Lease Termination 433 V Promise of reward (jialah) 435 20 Promise of Reward (jialah) 437 VI Partnerships (al-sharikat) 445 21 Introduction to Partnerships 447 22 Origination of Partnerships 451 23 Partnership Conditions 457 24 Partnership Status 465 25 Contract Characteristics 473 26 Invalid Partnerships 475 27 Defective Partnerships 479 VII Silent Partnership (mudarabah) 483 28 Definition and Legality 487 29 Silent Partnership Conditions 3 30 Legal Status 9 31 Capitalist-Entrepreneur Disagreements 515 32 Invalid Silent Partnerships 519 VIII Contemporary Partnerships 523 33 Juristic Analysis 525 IX The Gift Contract (al-hibah) 535 34 Definition and Legality 539 35 Cornerstones 541 36 Contract Conditions 545 37 Legal Status of Gifts 559 38 Prevention of Gift Rescinding 563 39 Gifts to Immediate Family 569 X The deposit contract (aqd al-ida') 573 40 Definition and Legality 577 41 Deposit Cornerstones and Conditions 579 42 Status, and Methods of Safekeeping 581 43 Status of Deposit Possession 585 44 Deposit Guarantee 589 45 Termination of a deposit 599 XI Simple Loans (aqd al-I'arah) 601 46 Definition and Legality 605 47 Cornerstones and Conditions 607 48 Legal Status 609 Guarantees of Simple Loans 617 50 Lender-Borrower Disagreements 623 51 Termination of the contract 625 XII The Agency Contract (aqd al-wakalah) 627 52 Definition, Cornerstones, and Legality 631 53 Contract Conditions 637 54 Legal Status 653 55 Multiple agents 679 56 Agency termination 683 Volume 2 Contents VIII Guaranty Al-Kafalah 1 57 Legality and Cornerstones 5 58 Guaranty Conditions 15 59 Contract Status 25 60 Guaranty Termination 29 61 Seeking compensation from the principal 33 62 Contemporary Guaranty for a Fee 39 63 A Pageslications to Modern Guaranties 41 IX Transfer of debt (Al-Hawalah) 47 64 Definition, legality, and cornerstone 51 65 Transfer of debt Conditions 55 66 Legal Status 63 67 Contract Termination 67 68 Compensation of the Transferee 71 X Pawning/Mortgage (Al-Rahn) 75 69 Definition, Legality & Cornerstones 79 70 Pawning Conditions 85 71 Legal Status and Consequences 141 72 Growth of pawned property 183 73 Pawning Contract Termination 187 74 Debtor-Creditor Disputes 191 XI Settlement (Al-Sulh) 195 75 Definition, Legality, and Cornerstones 199 76 Settlement Conditions 207 77 Legal Status 225 78 Invalid Settlements 229 XII Absolution (Al-Ibraئ) 233 79 Definition and Legality of Absolution 237 80 Absolution Cornerstones 239 81 Absolution Conditions 243 82 Objects of Absolution 253 83 Absolution Types 257 84 Legal Status 259 XIII Entitlement (Al-Istihqaq) 263 85 Definition and Consequences 267 86 Rulings for Specific Contracts 271 87 Entitlement to Sacrificial Animals 289 XIV Debt-Clearance (Al-Muq»as. s.ah) 291 88 Definition and Legality 295 89 The Object of Debt-Clearance 297 90 Types of Debt-Clearance 299 91 Consequences of Debt-Clearance 307 XV Coercion (Al-Ikrah) 311 92 Nature and types 315 93 Coercion Conditions 317 94 Coerced Physical Actions 321 95 Legal Actions 333 XVI Interdiction 341 96 Definition and Legality 345 97 Reasons for Interdiction 351 98 Ending Interdiction 405 99 Indebted Estates 409 XVII Ownership and its characteristics 413 100 Definition of Ownership 417 101 Eligibility for Ownership 419 102 Types of Ownership 421 103 Partial Ownership 423 104 Establishment of Total Ownership 433 105 Is Private Ownership Absolute? 441 XVIII Ownership-Related Topics 453 106 Land-Related Rulings 457 107 Land Reclamation 471 108 Inaccessible Land & Land Distribution 487 109 Easement Rights (Huquq Al-وIrtifaq) 501 XIX Share-cro Pagesing Arrangements 519 110 Muzaraئa or Mukhabara 521 111 Musaqah or Muئamalah 537 112 Legal Status 547 113 Mugharasa or Munasaba 559 XX Division Agreements (Al-Qisma) 565 114 Division of Physical Properties 567 115 Dividing Usufruct 595 XXI Usurpation and Destruction of Property 605 116 Usurpation and Its Status Rulings 609 117 Destruction of Property (Al-Itlaf) 639 XXII Fighting an Assailant 647 118 Legality, stages and legal status 6 119 Conditions for Fighting an Assailant 651 120 Is Fighting the Assailant Required? 653 121 Compensation for Fighting an Assailant 655 XXIII Lost and Found (Al-Luqat.ah & Al-Laqit.) 661 122 Nature and Rulings for Al-Laqit 665 123 Found Property (Luqatah) 669 XXIV Missing Persons 683 124 Missing Persons 685 XXV Racing and Athletic Competition 687 125 Racing & Competition (Al-Sabq) 689 126 Al-munadala 693 XXVI Preemption (Al-Shufئa) 697 127 Basics of Preemption (al-shufئa) 701 128 Object of Preemption 705 129 The Preemptor 711 130 Legal Status Rulings 719 131 Preemption Conditions 725 132 Preemption procedures 733 133 Changes in the Object of Preemption 739 134 Dro Pagesing Preemption Rights 745