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Acquisition and Transfer of Property in Islamic Law

by Yahaya Yunusa Bambale

This explanation in the contest of Islamic law covers: Concept of ownership Classification of ownership; The mode of acquiring ownership of property; The lawful ways of acquiring private ownership; Property and its classification;  Work :The best and dignified work; The classification of work; The physical and manual work; The office work (salaried employment);The intellectual work; The qualities of a good worker; Rights and protection of worker; Unemployment; Sale [ Types of sale; Conditions of valid sale; Conduct of the parties in a sale transaction; The lawful and unlawful sale transactions;  Gift distinguished from other related concepts; Gift distinguished from sadaqah (alms, deed); Gift distinguished from ariya; Conditions for a valid gift; Structure of a gift; Donation subject-matter (Al-mawhub); Revocation of a gift]; Testate succession: Types of will; Void and voidable will; Object of making a will; Form of will; Revocation of a will; The lapse of a will; Intestate succession: Definition; Pre-Islamic law relating to succession; Constituents of succession (Arkanul - Mirath); Grounds of inheritance; Liabilities of the deceased; Legal heirs; The fractions in succession]; Legal impediments to acquisition of property; Introduction; Fraud (Gish/Ghabn); Hoarding (Ihtikar); Bribery (Rashwah); Death-sickness gift (Ahwal Mard-ul-Mawt); Theft (Sariqah); Impediments to inheritance (Mawani'al-Irth); Bibliography; Index

ISBN 9789780232481 | 124 pages | 203 x 127 mm | 2008 | Malthouse Press, Nigeria | Paperback




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