CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF WAQF

CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE CONCEPT OF WAQF

A waqf under Muslim law is considered a religious, spiritual and religious obligation.  However, this provision also has benefits for charities and oneself, children and descendants.  The origin of waqf is in the spoken word of the Prophet.  In the days before Islam, the law of waqf fell into several considerable uncertainties.  In the second […]

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ANALYZING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISLAMIC CRIMINAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS

ANALYZING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN ISLAMIC CRIMINAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS

CONCEPT OF CRIME IN ISLAMIC LAW Crime in Islam is someway different from English concept and in Islamic law there is no relaxation for persons who commits crime, whereas under human rights they believe in reform of criminal. Unlike the other criminal systems, where the criminal offences are categorized according to the nature of the […]

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Guardianship under Hindu and Muslim law

The Concept of Guardianship under Hindu and Muslim law

“The paramount concern of this statute is the welfare of the child and not the rights of parents”[1] Introduction to Guardianship under Hindu and Muslim law- In this article, we will discuss about the concept of guardianship under Hindu and Muslim Law. The general rules for the concept of guardians are enshrined in the Guardians […]

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Inheritance under Muslim Law

Inheritance under Muslim Law

Inheritance under Muslim Law In loose terms, Inheritance is the transfer of property/estate objects of a dead person to the living person. Inheritance under Muslim Law can be divided into parts: testamentary(Wasiyat) and Intestate. This article will be focusing on intestate laws of succession. TO KNOW ABOUT WASIYAT, CLICK HERE. INTRODUCTION Inheritance is nowhere defined […]

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