Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri, PhD, is a Deputy Chairman of the Board of Governors of Minhaj University Lahore and an Associate Professor at the School of Economics and Finance at MUL. He is also the President of Minhaj-ul-Quran International; Chairman of the Minhaj Education Society (running 650 schools and colleges all over Pakistan); Chairman of Aghosh Orphan Care Homes; Chairman of Al-Mawakhat Microfinance; and Chairman of Minhaj Halal Certification. He has also been affiliated with the University of Melbourne Australia as Senior Fellow for many years. Dr. Qadri is an author of thirty books, writer of over 50 research articles and a reputed international speaker.
ISLAMIC FINANCIAL CONTRACTS
A RESEARCH COMPANION
Islam encourages business and financial transactions as a way of securing the basic needs for all human beings, but these need to be conducted in accordance with the principles contained in the Qur’?n and Sunnah. However, these legal concepts are not classified subject-wise, and the verses on commercial law, like all other topics, are scattered throughout the Qur’?n, making it difficult for readers to gain a full understanding of the topic. This, therefore, is the first comprehensive book to demystify Islamic contract law and specifically Islamic financial contracts, and to examine its roots and history.
The book is written in a clear style to allow for a greater understanding of the more challenging and misunderstood areas pertaining to Islamic business and financial contracts. It also contributes a series of chapters which address the market niche and need, concerning Shariah compliance for Islamic financial products and services. The book is divided into 16 chapters in order to provide a holistic and thorough overview of Islamic law of contract. It covers the objections and misconceptions surrounding Islamic business and financial contracts. It also includes the key features and guiding principles of Islamic law of contract and offers technical know-how, illustrating the concept of formation of a contract, as well as the essential elements of a valid contract. The authors also offer a discussion on the system of options under Islamic business and financial contracts and potential solutions to breach of contracts.
The book will serve as a handy reference for scholars and students of Islamic business and finance and Islamic commercial law and will also be beneficial for practitioners as well as legal and judicial officers. It will open new doors for further research in the field of Islamic financial contracts.
Subtitle: A RESEARCH COMPANION
Author: HUSSAIN MOHI-UD-DIN AND NASIR IQBAL