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An Analysis of Hiba and Its Types under Muslim Law

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According to the Muhammadan Law, a gift, or hiba, is the transfer of a certain amount or of property from one person to another without any kind of exchange; the recipient must accept the prese...

Abortion in Islam: Analyzing the Concept

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Abortion in Islam is a multifaceted issue shaped by diverse interpretations of religious texts, ethical principles, and cultural norms. Although the primary sources of Islamic law (the Quran an...

Alienating The Property Under Muslim Law

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The alienation of the property is multifaceted and intricate subject matter under Muslim law, provides a starting point for comprehending the complex legal and cultural aspects that regulate th...

Punishment For Murder In Islamic Law

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In the Islamic belief system, the severity of the offense of murder is accentuated by the principles detailed in the Quran and the Hadiths, which serve as fundamental sources of guidance for Mu...

Impact of Islamic Law on Modern Law

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Islamic law, commonly known as Sharia Law, has had a significant impact on modern legal systems, particularly in countries with Muslim majorities. It plays a crucial role in defining family, co...

Triple Talaq And Muslim Women's Right

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When one has rights all of his life, that is when he has lived a "right life." Every human is born free; they are free to choose their own path in life and are not entitled to a "...

Age Of Majority For Muslims: The Crossroads of Law and Tradition

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The Majority Act, 1875 , was enacted to determine the age of majority for Indian citizens. It defines when a person attains the age of majority and becomes competent to enter into contracts and...

Unborn Child: Rights and Status in Islam and Other Laws

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A child still in the womb is unborn child. The Transfer of Property Act, 1882 and the Hindu Succession Act, 1956 laws in India mention the unborn child and have created its legal identity by fi...

A Comparative Study of Hiba and Gift in Islamic Law

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In Islamic law, "Hiba" and "gift" represent foundational concepts governing property transactions and interpersonal relationships. Derived from Quranic injunctions and Prophetic traditions, the...

Muslim Law and Gender Justice

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Throughout the course of Muslim personal law, the principles of gender equity have been the topic of a substantial amount of debate and discussion. Despite the fact that Islamic law respects th...