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Volume :18 Issue : 52 2003      Add To Cart                                                                    Download

Doctrinal will and its impurities in Islamic doctrine

Auther : Dr.Ahmad Yousef Smadi.

Doctrinal will and its impurities in Islamic doctrine

Dr. Ahmad Yousef Smadi.

Assistant professor in Aal-Abait University- Faculty of Legal & Doctrinal studies- rules & doctrine section

Research work.

Being well guided and directed by Allah, I have reached the most serious matters summarized as follow:

  1. Faith volition is intended to make the contract and intered into the same.
  2. single person is entitled to under take the two ends of the contract if he is supported by legal trusteship, guarantee and work ship.
  3. Faith volition is two types: Secret and visible. The former, known only by Allah, the owner contract can’t be concluded through such will since no saying is attributed to silent person with exception of virgin girl silence marriage contract, a matter indicates her agreement and permission of the same visible volition states true will through ulterance, action, signal and writing.

  5. Visible will may exist alone in practical reality free from true volition where it’s proven to be nothing, nonexisted or suspected, such demerits make the contract nominal and suspician make the will defected.
  6. Nominal contract valiable in three cases;
    1. fabrication: that is the two parts agreed secretly to do something contrasting the reality.
    2. Jesting
    3. Educating and act.

  7. Been volition is defected in three cases;
    1. Compulsion
    2. trick
    3. fault



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