Demonstrative Jurisprudence 2

Enrolled: 5 students
Lectures: 16

This module aims to enhance understanding of Islamic law and the process of its derivation by examining key rulings and their evidences relating to Contracts (‘Uqūd); and develop critical reading and analytical skills relating to Islamic jurisprudence. Moreover, it will foster a critical appreciation of the application of the principles and methodologies used by jurists in deriving edicts from the religious sources.

The syllabus for this module is based on selections from volume two of Baqir al-Irawani’s Durus Tamhidiyyah fi al-Fiqh al-Istidlali.

1
Transactions (al-Bay‘)
2
Hire (al-Ijārah)
3
Partnership (al-Shirkah)
4
Agricultural Agreement (al-Muẓāra’ah)
5
Irrigation Agreement (al-Musāqāt)
6
Indemnity (al-Ḍimān)
7
Transfer of Debt (al-Ḥawālah) and Personal Guarantee (al-Kafālah)
8
Settlement (al-Ṣulḥ)
9
Agency (al-Wikālah)
10
Silent Partnership (al-Muẓārabah)
11
Loans (al-Qarḍ)
12
Security (al-Rahn)
13
Gifts (al-Hibah)
14
Entrustment (al-Wadī‘ah)
15
Gratuitous Loan (al-‘Āriyah)
16
Marriage (al-Nikaḥ)