Hibah

Hibah (Gift): Literally: to give something to another without compensation, whether the thing is wealth or not. Technically: to immediately transfer possession without compensation. Some said: to transfer possession of a tangible asset for free or without compensation, for the lack of compensation is a condition for this classification. See ISRA Islamic Financial System: Principles and Operations for further details.


Hibah In Inter-Bank Mudharabah Investment Contract
Hibah In Al-Ijarah Thumma Al-Bai’
Can High Net-Worth Accountholders Be Promised Special Privileges?
Giving Hibah As Compensation For Delayed Payments
Resolution No: 13 (1/3)[1]: Concerning The Islamic Development Bank’s inquiries
The Shariah Advisory Council of Bank Negara Malaysia (the SAC) 165th Meeting
The Shariah Advisory Council of Bank Negara Malaysia (the SAC) 158th Meeting
The Shariah Advisory Council of Bank Negara Malaysia (the SAC) 148th Meeting
The Shariah Advisory Council of Bank Negara Malaysia (the SAC) 147th Meeting
Giving a Rebate for Early Payment in a Deferred Purchase Sale
Resolution No. 184: Gifts offered by the Corporation to its clients for purchasing traveller’s checks
The End Buyer Wants to Pay the Original Seller a Sum to Settle a Price Dispute between the Original Seller and the Intermediate Buyer
الجوائز النقدية أوالعينية
Hibah In The Takaful Industry
Accepting Hibah from The Customers
Hibah In Loan (Qardh)
Offering a Discount for Paying on Time in a Deferred Purchase Sale
The Buyer Intends to Resell the Goods; Can the Buyer Stipulate a Discounted Price on Any Unsold Items in Case the Seller Lowers His Prices?
Can a Property Be Bought from a Company and Leased Back to It, Ending with a Gift of the Property to It?
Is It Allowed To Give the Leased Car to the Lessee or Sell It to Him for a Nominal Price at the End of the Lease Contract?

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