Hiyal is the plural form of Hilah (Stratagen). It literally connotes: cleverness and astuteness in handling and discharging matters by secret methods. One who uses a stratagem is called muhtal. Technically: it is used in the same sense. Stratagems are divided into two types: 1) legal stratagems are used in order to carry out the orders of the Lawgiver and avoid His prohibitions; 2) illegal stratagems are used to indulge in forbidden acts or escape from legal duties.
|1||Can a False Statement Be Made to the Authorities to Facilitate Tawarruq?|
|2||A Murabahah Deal Where the Original Seller Turns out to be the Spouse of the Purchase Undertaker|
|3||A Pre-Existing Contract Between the Original Seller and the Purchase Undertaker in Murabahah|
|4||Resolution No. 112: The permissibility of transferring the title of the leased property to the lessee and perfecting a lien on the property|
|5||Is It Allowed for a Partner to Sell Commodities to Other Partners?|
|6||Ibra’ in Home Financing Product Linked to a Wadi`ah or Mudarabah Deposit Account|
|7||Resolution No. 128: The impermissibility of stepping into an existing contract to replace one of the parties|