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Juristic preferences, disregarding a ruling backed by a dalil (proof) and resort to another ruling that is sounder
No. Arabic Term English Term Literally English
1 'Aks al-'Inah Reverse ‘Inah Literally: ‘inah is a loan.
2 'aqd tauthiqiy A guarantee contract
3 'ariyah A beneficial contract in which the borrower enjoys the usufruct of an asset without fee
4 Ada' Pay or Perform Literally: to deliver or connect. Ada’ of a trust means to give it back to its owner.
5 Adl Temperate Literally: moderation in matters.
6 Afwu Pardon Literally: to leave alone; to erase.
7 Ahd Covenant Literally: directive, safeguard, and confirmed.
8 Ahliyah & Dhimmah Legal Capacity & Liability Legal Capacity & Liability
9 Ahliyyah Legal Capacity Literally: fitness to undertake something.
10 Ajal Term Literally: time limit; also, the time in which something occurs.
11 Ajir Worker -Worker
12 Ajr Wage Literally: reward given for a work or service. Allah says: “We would then have given them from Our presence a great reward.” Surah al-Nisa' (4):67.
13 Ajr al-Mithl Reasonable Wage/Rent -Reasonable Wage/Rent
14 Ajr Musamma Stipulated Wage Stipulated Wage
15 akhz al-ajr 'ala al-jah Remuneration that is based on good name or good reputation
16 al-'Adalah Moderation Literally: moderation, integrity, and balance.
17 al-Aqd al-mu'allaq Conditional Contract Literally: mu’allaq means attached to something.
18 al-Aqd al-mubham Ambiguous Contract Literally: ibham is what is difficult to perceive with the senses if it is physical and difficult to comprehend if it is a mental construct.
19 al-Aqd al-mudaf Contract Appended [to the Future] Literally: idafah is adding or relating one thing to another.
20 al-Aqd al-munjaz Accomplished Contract n/a
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Source: ISRA Compendium 2010