Jahalah

Literally: lack of knowledge about something. Technically: any ignorance about matters related to contracts, such as the commodity or the price in a sale, or the job or the remuneration in a labor lease, etc. Ignorance which affects the validity of a contract is the level of ignorance that leads to disputes. For further details see ISRA Compendium.


Accounting Arrangements for Recording Collection of Doubtful Debts
Resolution No. 175: The impermissibility of the Corporation issuing the International Traveller Card (Iyābā)
Can a Bank Seek Damages from a Purchase Orderer Who Breaks His Promise to Buy?
Delay in Setting the Profit Margin of a Murabahah Sale to the Day of Delivery
Period Of Verification
Seller Free From Guaranteeing Any Defect?
Selling Goods Based On Its Specifications
The Buyer Pre-Signs a Murabahah Contract and Deposits an Advance Payment before the Seller Buys the Goods
The Intermediate Seller Lacks Detailed Knowledge of the Imported Goods
A Service Warranty Agreement for a Car
Insuring Cars and Other Items
Is Comprehensive Auto Insurance Allowed?
Stipulating No Liability for Defects in a Sale
Is it Allowed to Sell Material on A Deferred-Payment Sale Before the Manufacturing Process is Completed?
One Party Buys a Truck; the Other Drives It for Monthly Expenses Plus a Share of the Profit after the Owner has Recovered the Price of the Truck
Can the Rental Fee in a Lease Contract Be Variable if the Amount for Each Period Is Pegged to an Established Standard That Does Not Lead to Dispute?

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