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Islamic finance has distinctive characteristics built upon the Shari'ah principles that govern and regulate contractual relationships in financial transactions. Islamic finance is distinguished, not only by its strong connection to Islamic law, but also by Islamic ethics that provide the…
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This study aims to examine the legitimacy of suftajah (bill of exchange) in Islamic jurisprudence, discuss its historical background and the way it was used and structured in the classical era, and focus on its application in Islamic financial institutions.