My father was a partner with six people in a company and when he passed away, all the assets of the company were estimated and distributed equally among them according to the ruling of Sharia. However, some heirs demanded the price of the trade-mark for themselves. Are they permitted to demand compensation for company’s trade-mark?
- Sleeping next to ones wife whilst fasting
- Worried about my relationship with Allah (swt)
- Is it permissible to develop a video site?’
- In this instance where my ultimate goal is to work in Islamic Finance would it be permissible for me to work for a non shariah compliant bank/investment company?
- Applying for a new passport to avoid the new umrah visa fees
- I am very skinny (urgent)
In Europe, it is allowed for a woman to undergo a diagnosis for her embryo during the first months of pregnancy to check whether it has Down`s Syndrome, or not. Actually, a woman gave birth to a baby that has been diagnosed with Down`s Syndrome, so she filed a lawsuit against the hospital for not running that test in the early stages of her pregnancy. As a result, the court ruled that she gets a certain amount of money as a compensation. Is it permissible for her to take that money?
Does the wife have to give back the properties given to her by her husband in case she asked for Khul`?
Is it conditioned that divorce must be authenticated in a Sharia court and signed by both spouses?
What is the ruling of Sharia on taking one`s right through deception?
Is it permissible to purchase the property auctioned by a court order . Isn`t this considered buying items with less than their actual price?
When the Right of Shuf’ah (Pre-emption) is Claimed, Property is Taken for the Same Price Determined in the First Sale Contract
I have sold three shares of a common land to three different individuals for a certain price. The clerk conducted the sale transaction, but registered an unreal price to cut down the registration fees. Six months later, my partners filed a preemption suit and demanded buying the three shares at the price registered in the sale contract although it isn`t the actual price. When I talked to them, they insisted on paying the price stated in the sale contract although they are pretty sure that it isn`t the actual price with which I sold the land. What is the ruling of Sharia on this?
Is the alimony of a divorced woman originally derived from Sharia or from a number of civil laws applied in Islamic courts?
I have divorced my wife ,who is a Canadian national, an Arab by birth and a Muslim by faith- and since an Islamic court gave her the right to custody and gave me the right to visitation and overnight stay, she took that verdict and presented it to the Canadian embassy to prove her right to custody. This results in many rights in light of the Canadian Law since it doesn`t recognize the father`s right to guardianship over his children. Could you clarify the rights and obligations of the person who has the right to custody and guardianship?
Does divorce take place from the date of the divorce, or from the date of registering it at the court?