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2. : courtship, custodianship 2.1. Myth and realities The topic of the occupation experience resurged in France after the period of Gaullist orthodoxy.1 The Gaullist myth of a divided France defeated by superior weaponry and recovering its freedom and honour through heroic resistance was

In: A Literary Occupation
In: Histories of Independence in Côte d’Ivoire
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This essay examines a little-known economic institution known as ʿuhda sale which was highly elaborated in the ḥaḍramawt region of southern Arabia, where it was used to facilitate the availability of credit by allowing people to benefit from extending credit without breaking the Qurʾānic prohibition of Ribā. After considering the history of the practice in ḥaḍramawt and controversies associated with it, I analyze how the transactions worked and who participated in them, as reflected in nineteenth- and twentieth-century contracts. In addition, evidence culled from contemporary fatāwā shed light on some of the questions and problems which arose in the course of these transactions. The ʿuhda transaction in ḥaḍramawt illustrates the development of a utilitarian economic institution through the combined influences of local usage based on practical needs and local juristic decisions as to religious legitimacy. The transaction exemplifies the flexibility of the local legal system in response to economic need and social practice. It also illustrates the degree to which people of different genders, ages, and social backgrounds participated in financial transactions in this society.

In: Islamic Law and Society
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Muslim Waqf the custodianship of the Muslim holy places on the Temple Mount in all matters except for external security’. 44 Lapidoth further explained that Article 9(2) of the Israel–Jordan Peace Treaty ‘can justify the custodianship of the king over Muslim Holy Places in Jerusalem while Israel is in

In: Arab Law Quarterly

Custodianship A custodian ( wasī ) is anyone, other than the father or grandfather, who is appointed to act as guardian over the property of the minor. The custodian may be chosen by the guardian (father or grandfather) before his death. If either fails to do so, the court shall appoint a custodian for the

In: Arab Law Quarterly
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excluded from other monastic and custodial institutions such as orphanages, shelters, or conservatories because of their age, class, or disability found education, custodianship, and companionship in third order communities. Consequently, both local populace and civic and ecclesiastical authorities

In: Journal of Early Modern History

, etc. For the custodianship of the Christian Holy Places in Jerusalem see kanīsat al-ḳiyāma ].

in Encyclopaedia of Islam New Edition Online (EI-2 English)

upon established fault on his part. Some have required that it should be gross fault, and others have regarded any fault, however trifling, as sufficient. Some have determined the liability of the carrier who receives no fee on the basis of fault in the custodianship of things, such liability being

In: Arab Law Quarterly
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( siḳāya ) to the pilgrims, and custodianship of the Kaʿba ( ḥid̲j̲āba [see kaʿba ]). However, the Banū ʿAbd Manāf thought themselves more worthy of these privileges, and Ḳurays̲h̲ (with

in Encyclopaedia of Islam New Edition Online (EI-2 English)

state grants custodianship and exclusive use rights to local communities. The unit of custodianship and use is the ‘communal management area’ that is within the control of one or more communities. This paper analyses the key factors affecting community involvement in vicuña capture and shearing

In: South American camelids research