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Title
FROM TRUST (AMANAH) TO GUARANTEE (DAMANAH) (Taken from IRP 35)
STRUCTURING FAMILY TRADITIONAL NON-PARTICIPATING TAKAFUL BASED ON WADIAH (Taken from IRP 35)
THE MODUS OPERANDI OF THE WADIAH-BASED FAMILY TAKAFUL MODEL (Taken from IRP 35)
SHARIAH PARAMETERS IN IMPLEMENTATION OF THE WADIAH MODEL (Taken from IRP 35)
DISCUSSION AND RECOMMENDATIONS [: TREND OF ISLAMIC FINANCE LEGAL SUITS IN MALAYSIA] (Taken from IRP 48)
APPRAISAL OF REPORTED CASES INVOLVING ISLAMIC BANKING AND FINANCE IN MALAYSIA (Taken from IRP 48)
REFERENCES MADE BY THE COURT AND ARBITRATORS TO THE SAC (Taken from IRP 47)
CIVIL COURT AND SHARIAH ISSUES (Taken from IRP 47)
LEGAL ENTITIES IN CIVIL LAW (Taken from IRP 34)
MALAYSIAN COURTS AS THE FORUM FOR SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES (Taken from IRP 33)
MALAYSIAN LAW AS THE LAW OF REFERENCE - ROLE OF THE SACS IN SETTLING SHARIʿAH ISSUES IN ISLAMIC FINANCIAL CONTRACTS (Taken from IRP 33)
APPLICATION OF SHARIAH PRINCIPLES THROUGH “DOCTRINE OF INCORPORATION” (Taken from IRP 33)
COMBINED LAW OF CHOICE CLAUSE IN ISLAMIC FINANCIAL CONTRACTS (Taken from IRP 33)
COMMON LAW APPROACH (Taken from IRP 33)
LAW OF CHOICE AND INTERNATIONAL ISLAMIC FINANCIAL CONTRACTS (Taken from IRP 33)
ENFORCEABILITY OF ISLAMIC FINANCIAL CONTRACTS IN SECULAR JURISDICTIONS: THE ENGLISH COURT APPROACH (Taken from IRP 33)
THE GLOBAL LEGAL SYSTEM IN COUNTRIES APPLYING ISLAMIC COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS (Taken from IRP 29)
ANALYSIS OF DISPUTED CASES ACCORDING TO THE PRODUCTS OFFERED: STRUCTURE AND LEGAL REQUIREMENTS (Taken from IRP 25)
THE LAW GOVERNING ISLAMIC FINANCE IN MALAYSIA (Taken from IRP 25)
THE LEGAL AND JUDICIAL FRAMEWORK OF ISLAMIC FINANCE LIES WITHIN THE CONVENTIONAL CIVIL FRAMEWORK (Taken from IRP 6)
CIVIL COURTS APPLY COMMON LAW PRINCIPLES IN DECIDING CASES IN MUAMALAT LAW (Taken from IRP 6)
REFERENCE TO THE SHARIAH ADVISORY COUNCIL (THE SAC) WAS REGARDED OPTIONAL, NOT OBLIGATORY, BY THE CIVIL COURTS (Taken from IRP 6)
A QUESTION OF THE INHERENT POWER OF THE JUDICIARY (Taken from IRP 6)
THE BINDING NATURE OF THE RULINGS ON SHARIAH INTERPRETATION FROM THE SHARIAH ADVISORY COUNCIL WITHIN THE ISLAMIC FINANCE FRATERNITY (Taken from IRP 6)
ANALYSIS OF DECIDED ISLAMIC FINANCE CASES (Taken from IRP 19)
COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS [OF CIVIL LAW CASES] (Taken from IRP 19)
OBSERVATIONS ON APPLYING THE PROPER LAW (Taken from IRP 19)
MOVING FORWARD TO OVERCOME CONFLICT OF LAWS (Taken from IRP 19)
MODEL LAW OF ARBITRATION (Taken from IRP 29)
THE EXISTING INSTITUTIONS ESTABLISHED TO HANDLE DISPUTES IN ISLAMIC FINANCE (Taken from IRP 29)
REFERENCE TO THE SAC FOR A RULING BY A COURT OR ARBITRATOR (Taken from IRP 6)
CURRENT SHARIAH-COMPLIANT CONTRACTS USED FOR ISLAMIC DEPOSITS (Taken from IRP 59)
VALIDITY OF THE CONTRACT (Taken from IRP 42)
BATIL CONTRACTS (Taken from IRP 42)
FASID CONTRACTS (Taken from IRP 42)
LAW AND FINANCE (Taken from IRP 9)
CONTRACT REQUIREMENTS IN ISLAMIC LAW (Taken from IRP 12)
PRONOUNCEMENTS ON PRE-SIGNING OF THE CONTRACTUAL DOCUMENTS (Taken from IRP 12)
THE PRACTICES OF ISLAMIC BANKS IN MALAYSIA IN REGARD TO PRE-SIGNING (Taken from IRP 12)
THE FIRST PILLAR: OFFER AND ACCEPTANCE (SIGHAH OF THE CONTRACT) (Taken from IRP 12)