2 edition of Legal maxims in Islamic jurisprudence found in the catalog.
Legal maxims in Islamic jurisprudence
Rashed Saud Al-Amiri
Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Historical Studies, Department of Theology.
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The Position and Application of Islamic Legal Maxims (Qawaaid Al-Fiqhiyyah) in the Legal maxims in Islamic jurisprudence book of Evidence (Turuq Al-Hukmiyyah) Islamic legal maxims had always held and will continue to hold a special. Al-Qawâ ‟ id Al-Fiqhiyyah (Legal Maxims of Islamic Jurisprudence) A Translated Compilation, Islamic university of north America (Mishkah), Islamic studies English program H, P Legal Maxims Of Islamic Jurisprudence (Qawaid al Fiqh - Book from Mishkat University, USA) || Australian Islamic Library || Addeddate : Doubt in Islamic Law: A History of Legal Maxims, Interpretation, and Islamic Criminal Law (Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization) (): Rabb, Intisar A.: Books/5(5).
Islamic Economic Studies Vol. 24, No. 1, June, () Book Review al-Madkhal ila Qawā‘īd al-Fiqh al-Mālī (Introduction to Financial Legal Maxims) Author: Ali Ahmad Nadvi. The legal maxims of Islamic Jurisprudence (Al-Qawa`id Al-Fiqhiyyah) which are treated by many of scholars as the maqasid (or goals and objectives) literature, are statements of principles that are.
A legal maxim is an established principle or proposition of law in Western civilization,  and a species of aphorism and general maxim. The word is apparently a variant of the Latin maxima, but this latter word is not found in extant texts of Roman law with any denotation exactly analogous to that.