Literally: The Arabic word refers to even as the opposite of odd. Technically it is the right to own an immovable by payment of the price due even/ with legal force. The pre-emptor is called the shafi’; the other party, the owner who is forced to sell, is called ma’khudh minhu. The property is called mashfu’ fihi. For further details see ISRA Compendium.
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