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Section 1:

Background and Preamble

Section 2:

Purpose and Scope

Section 3:

Definition

Section 4:

Legitimacy of Murabahah Contract

4.1

The Quran

4.2

The Sunnah of The Prophet Muhammad (SAW)

4.3

The Consent of The Majority of Muslim Jurists

4.4

Analogy (Qiyas)

Section 5:

Features of Murabahah Contract

5.1

Price of Murabahah Sale

5.2

Modes of Payment

5.3

Disclosure of Purchase Price (Trusteeship)

5.4

Asset

5.5

Enhanced Features of The Contract

Wad (Promise) by Purchase Orderer to Purchase The Asset on Murabahah Basis

Event of Default and Recovery of Murabahah Financing

Agency in Murabahah

Guarantee/Security

Security Deposit

Dissolution/Termination of Contract

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