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Taṣarruf al-fuḍūlī refers to a transaction entered into by a person on behalf of another, without or beyond the mandate given. It thus encompasses various forms of unauthorised agency. The concept has been extensively discussed in Islamic jurisprudence and was…
This book cosists of five chapters. The five chapters of this book will give readers a complete picture of the primary developments in the emergence and use of Islamic finance in Malaysia over seven centuries, as well as show the…
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This research aims to study the concept of intangible assets from the Sharīʿah, legal and accounting perspectives; and discuss the key Sharīʿah issues with regard to recognition and measurement, financing and trading, and zakāh obligation.
Intangible assets are becoming evident in a number of Islamic financial products. Their acceptance in the Islamic financial market addresses and accommodates the pressing need to diversify the asset pool of the industry. Intangible assets have become an increasingly important…
This research examines the different types of protection provided by takaful, notably the protection of life and wealth, and looks into the added dimension of protection of human dignity from the perspective of maqasid al-Shari'ah as another objective of takaful.