By the end of this part, you should be able to:
Define the Islamic law of contract.
Explain the basic elements of an Islamic contract.
Explain the scenarios under which an Islamic contract is termed void or valid.
Analyze the scenarios under which an Islamic contract is termed void or valid.
Define Uqood Muawadha and explain its importance in Islamic Law of Contract.
Define Uqood Ghair Muawadha and explain its importance in Islamic Law of Contract
In this section you will learn about Export financing under Islamic Financing and Banking. You will learn about the ways to finance the pre-shipment and post-Shipment through Islamic banks and finance. You will also learn about the contracts and the steps involves in the contract through which the bank and the customer will execute Export transactions.
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