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Can I Get My Money Back From Someone Who Has Been Made Bankrupt

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Are you owed money by someone who is in dire financial straits?  If so, you are not alone. In the first quarter of 2016, more than 20,000 people were declared bankrupt in Britain.  That means there are a lot of […]


Agency Arrangements – Wakala (Islamic Finance)

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Islamic Finance Part IV: Agency (wakala) In this part of our Islamic finance series, we discuss the mechanics of a Shari’ah agency arrangement (wakala) and some key legal considerations that parties must consider when engaging in such a transaction. Wakala […]


Loan Arrangements – Murabaha (Islamic Finance)

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Islamic Finance Part III: Shari’ah loans (murabaha) In Part III: Shari’ah loans (murabaha), we explain the sometimes complex mechanics of a murabaha loan as well as key legal considerations to take into account when entering into this type of transaction, […]


Partnerships & Joint Ventures – Musharaka (Islamic Finance)

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Islamic Finance Part II: Partnership and joint venture (musharaka) In Part II of our Islamic finance series, we explain the partnership and joint venture arrangement, its structure and some key considerations that parties must be aware of when entering into […]


Profit Sharing – Mudarabah (Islamic Finance)

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Profit Sharing – Mudarabah (Islamic Finance) In Part I of our Islamic finance series, we will provide an overview of the profit-sharing arrangement known as mudarabah, the structure of such an arrangement and some key legal considerations that all parties […]


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