Browsing by Topic Islamic wealth management::Faraid

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  • Authors: Nik Hussain, Nik Fadzrina; Shaikh Abdul Razak, Shaikh Hamzah (2014)

  • In inheritance the Western or civil rules allows that we can give the inheritance to anyone that we wish to, be it a family member, outsiders, or even our pets. The civil law recognizes such desires and upholds these wishes even though we deprive our heirs from receiving it especially so where estates worth millions are left to pets. It can be considered as an injustice to the heirs, but they are helpless. Even when challenging the legitimacy of such wills, the civil courts tends to recognize and uphold the wills to be valid. In Islamic context, Islamic law protects the rights of an individual to own or to inherit the estate or wealth but it does not allow any means or tools to hoard ...

Browsing by Topic Islamic wealth management::Faraid

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  • importance_rules_inheritance_faraid_muslim_society_estate_planning_fadzrina_shaikh.pdf.jpg
  • Journal Article


  • Authors: Nik Hussain, Nik Fadzrina; Shaikh Abdul Razak, Shaikh Hamzah (2014)

  • In inheritance the Western or civil rules allows that we can give the inheritance to anyone that we wish to, be it a family member, outsiders, or even our pets. The civil law recognizes such desires and upholds these wishes even though we deprive our heirs from receiving it especially so where estates worth millions are left to pets. It can be considered as an injustice to the heirs, but they are helpless. Even when challenging the legitimacy of such wills, the civil courts tends to recognize and uphold the wills to be valid. In Islamic context, Islamic law protects the rights of an individual to own or to inherit the estate or wealth but it does not allow any means or tools to hoard ...