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A history of the early Islamic law of property : reconstructing the legal development, 7th-9th centuries

Author: Hiroyuki Yanagihashi
Publisher: Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 2004.
Series: Studies in Islamic law and society, v. 20.
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"The present volume is dedicated to an analysis of positive solutions adopted by Muslim jurists active in the first centuries of Islam regarding civil liability, certain kinds of sale and the prohibition of riba. The analysis has two aims. The first is to trace the origins of some hitherto unclarified institutions and transactions within Islamic law with an account of how they developed over this law's formative and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hiroyuki Yanagihashi
ISBN: 9004138498 9789004138490
OCLC Number: 54374733
Description: vi, 329 pages ; 25 cm.
Contents: Introduction ----
I. Civil Liability. 1. Generality of daman and its attribution ---
2. Indirect cause ---
3. The Iraqi doctrines ---
4. Daman arising from possession ---
4. Conclusion ----
II. Special Types of Sale and the Origin of Direct Agency. 1. Direct agency ---
2. Trust sales (buyu al-amana) ---
3. Salam ---
4. Conclusion ----
III. The Prohibition of Riba. 1. Prohibition of interests on loans ---
2. Riba of excess in 'gold for gold, silver for silver' ---
3. Riba of delay in 'wheat for wheat, dates for dates' ---
4. Riba of excess in 'wheat for wheat, dates for dates' ---
5. Origins of the prohibition of riba ----
Conclusion.
Series Title: Studies in Islamic law and society, v. 20.
Responsibility: by Hiroyuki Yanagihashi.

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This study, relied mainly on the legal texts and hadith collections dating from the eighth and ninth centuries, provides an illuminating account of how rules regulating various transactions were  Read more...

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