Zina and Zina Bil Jabr in Law

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Zina in Law: Zina is an offence which is defined in the Offence of Zina (Enforcement of Hudood) Ordinance, 1979. It means fornication or adultery. It is a commission of sexual intercourse without being validly married to a man and woman. Definition of Zina: According to Section 4 of the Offence of Zina (Enforcement of … Read more

Will Definition and Parties in Will

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Will Definition and Parties in Will: There are many modes of transferring property from one person to another. These are non-testamentary like gift and sale and testamentary like will in which a person declares his wishes to transfer his property to certain persons or in a certain way, as per his wishes, to take effect … Read more

Definition of Gift and Its Essentials

Definition of gift and its essentials

Definition of Gift and its Essentials: Definition of Gift is that it is a transfer of property made immediately and without any exchange or consideration, by one person to another (Donor) and accepted by or on behalf of the later (Donee). Meaning of Gift: According to Merriam Webster Dictionary: “Something voluntarily transferred to one person … Read more

Muslim Marriage(Nikah): Essentials, Kinds and Muta

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Muslim Marriage(Nikah): Muslim Marriage(Nikah) is the central institution around which the whole family life revolves. Marriage is a process or a way through which a male and female become legal to one another in sexual activities. The procedure of Marriage is different in every religion. Hence, we will discuss here Muslim Marriage(Nikah) in detail. Definitions … Read more

Acts, Rights, Obligation and its Classification

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As a plural of fai’l, af’aal means the doing of a man, in terms of heart, tongue and limbs. These acts may be classified into:  1). Natural acts (Hissi)  Acts of mind (Qalbi)  Physical acts (Af’aal)  2). Juristic acts (Shar’i). They can be classified into:  Voluntary and Involuntary acts Acts creating rights and acts extinguishing … Read more