Tag: Islamic Law

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Different Types of Judicial Systems
15th Aug 2019
Introduction: In different countries there are various types of judicial systems and each one of them has their own ways of governance. For instance in United ......

Requirement for Valid Contract to Shariah Law
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: The definition of contract in Islamic point of view is “an expression of the matching between a positive proposal made by one of the contractors and the acceptance of the other contractor.....

Is Conventional ADR Alien to Islamic Law?
6th Aug 2019
Introduction: Abstract Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is not a new concept which was introduced in the last century. But rather it is a rejuvenation ......

Multiculturalism Result of Globalization
23rd Jul 2019
Introduction: An increase in multiculturalism as a result of globalization has led to the demand for alternative dispute resolution that would permit parties...

A Study of Terrorist Financing in Malaysia
22nd Jul 2019
Introduction: Introduction Among the countries in Southeast Asia, Malaysia could be considered an example of multicultural success. More than 60 percent ......

Exchange Marriage System in Pakistan
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: Abstract This paper deals with the statutory legislation regarding marriage and family formation, mate selection, inheritance and its relevancy for......

Adoption and Indian Society
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: Adoption provides a very important function in Indian society. India has long tradition of child adoption. In older days, i......

Customs is an Important Source of Law
17th Jul 2019
Introduction: Because of the working women belonging to the lower strata of the society, the various castes and tribes had relatively more woman oriented inheritance laws as opposed to the higher castes where women mostly just maintained the household....