Partnerships and Commercial Societies in Islamic Law

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In Islamic jurisprudence, partnership contracts are known as ʿuqūd al-sharīka. The term sharīka literally means “sharing” or “participating.” Legally, it signifies the agreement of two or more individuals who invest ...

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