Will Definition and Parties in Will

will definition and parties in will

Introduction to 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 after his death. Islamic law restricts the testamentary

Definition of Gift and Its Essentials

Definition of gift and its essentials

The 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 by another without any compensation”. It means, “The donation of a

Muslim Marriage(Nikah): Essentials, Kinds and Muta

Muslim marriage nikah essentials kinds muta

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 of Muslim Marriage(Nikah): According to

Consideration – Meaning, Definition and Essentials

consideration definition, meaning and essentials

Something is returning is meant consideration. Consideration includes some right, interest, profit, or benefit accruing to one party and some forbearance, detrainment, loss, or responsibility given, suffered, or undertaken by the other. Relevant Provisions: Section 2(d), 23, 24, 25, 127, and 185 of the Contract Act, 1872. Meanings of Consideration: Consideration means, “Something useful, like an act, forbearance, or a

Acts, Rights, Obligation and its Classification

acts, rights, obligations and its classification

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: When these acts are classified as per religious purposes, they take the form of obligatory

Question of Law and Question of Facts and Presumption

Question of Law and question of Facts and Presumption in detail

Questions which arise for determination before a Court of law are considered either questions of law or questions of facts or a mixture of both, known as mixed questions of law and fact. Question of Law: We can understand a question of law in three senses: First Sense: A question whose answer is already prescribed by some rule of law.