Alternative dispute resolution in Islamic banking and finance: a paradigm shift in arbitration
This research will look at the reasons for the civil courts being the preferred mode of dispute resolution for Islamic finance disputes in Malaysia and how arbitration, based on the shari'ah can play an active role to resolve disputes in Islamic finance cases. Various features of arbitration in general and Islamic arbitration in particular will be looked into, followed by a study of the arbitration rules under two arbitration centres to find the common themes of these centres and the differences in their approach, if any ...
Arbitration , Alternative dispute resolution , Islamic banking , Islamic finance
Lugman Hashim, N. S. (2013). Alternative dispute resolution in Islamic banking and finance: a paradigm shift in arbitration (Doctoral dissertation). INCEIF, Kuala Lumpur. Retrieved from https://ikr.inceif.org/handle/INCEIF/2398