Islamic contracts for financing (part 1)
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Sharikah literally means the mixing of two properties, so that they cannot be distinguished from each other. It also means sharing and participation. It refers to a property that belongs to several owners or co-proprietors in common, in such a way that each one had ownershio of every smallest part of it in proportion to the shares allotted to them.
Islamic contracts , Islamic finance , Islamic banking
Saleem, Muhammad Yusuf. (2012). Islamic contracts for financing (part 1). In Adnan Trakic & Hanifah Haydar Ali Tajuddin (Eds.), Islamic banking & finance: principles, instruments & operations (pp. 75-102). Ampang, Selangor: Malaysian Current Law Journal Sdn Bhd.
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