The Validity of Contracts when the Goods are not yet in Existence in the Islamic Law of Sale of Goods

The Validity of Contracts when the Goods are not yet in Existence in the Islamic Law of Sale of... T H E V A L I D I T Y O F C O N T R A C T S W H E N T H E G O O D S A R E N O T Y E T I N E X I S T E N C E I N T H E I S L A M I C L A W O F S A L E O F G O O D S Mahdi Zahraa * and Shafaai M Mahmor ** The legal language, rules, principles and norms in a Muslim society are the product of continuous dialogue between Islamic Shar § `a rules and principles, on the one hand, and the social norms and contemporary technological means, facilities and knowledge available in the society, on the other. The role of Muslim jurists and scholars is to initiate, facilitate and develop this dialogue in the direction that to the utmost of their knowledge is the correct direction. In this process, lack of relevant knowledge and the discrepancy in the scholars abilities to uphold as wide a perspective as possible will inevitably result in differences of opinions. As time passes http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Arab Law Quarterly Brill

The Validity of Contracts when the Goods are not yet in Existence in the Islamic Law of Sale of Goods

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BRILL
Copyright
© 2002 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands
ISSN
0268-0556
eISSN
1573-0255
D.O.I.
10.1163/026805502773081835
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Abstract

T H E V A L I D I T Y O F C O N T R A C T S W H E N T H E G O O D S A R E N O T Y E T I N E X I S T E N C E I N T H E I S L A M I C L A W O F S A L E O F G O O D S Mahdi Zahraa * and Shafaai M Mahmor ** The legal language, rules, principles and norms in a Muslim society are the product of continuous dialogue between Islamic Shar § `a rules and principles, on the one hand, and the social norms and contemporary technological means, facilities and knowledge available in the society, on the other. The role of Muslim jurists and scholars is to initiate, facilitate and develop this dialogue in the direction that to the utmost of their knowledge is the correct direction. In this process, lack of relevant knowledge and the discrepancy in the scholars abilities to uphold as wide a perspective as possible will inevitably result in differences of opinions. As time passes

Journal

Arab Law QuarterlyBrill

Published: Jan 1, 2002

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