MELAYU BUKU YANG BERKAIT DENGAN «ISTISNA»
Ketahui penggunaan istisna
dalam pilihan bibliografi berikut. Buku yang berkait dengan istisna
dan ekstrak ringkas dari yang sama untuk menyediakan konteks penggunaannya dalam kesusasteraan Melayu.
Infrastructure Finance: Trends and Techniques - Halaman 386
Exhibit 18.2 Istisna'a — parallel istisna'a structure Banks sane' and mustasne' istisna'a agreement 5 E 0) u = at o o a c 5 0 Construction contractor end sane' Masnou Istisna'a amount Developer end mustasne' The developer end mustasne' ...
An Introduction to Islamic Finance - Halaman 136
The contract of istisna' creates a moral obligation on the manufacturer to manufacture the goods, but before he starts the work, any one of the parties may cancel the contract after giving a notice to the other.12 However after the manufacturer ...
Islamic Finance in a Nutshell: A Guide for Non-Specialists - Halaman 66
of. Istisna'a. e word Istisna'a is derived from the Arabic term Sina'a, meaning to manufacture a specic commodity. Istisna'a is an agreement whereby a customer requiring an item, equipment, building, or project, which needs to be constructed, ...
Islamic Banking and Finance - Halaman 36
126.96.36.199 Long Term Production Finance Like a salam contract, an istisna contract is a purchase contract for future delivery of an asset, and is exempt from the same two conditions regarding the asset, ownership and existence. Unlike the salam ...
Introduction to Islamic Banking and Finance - Halaman 103
8. Istisna'a. as. a. Mode. of. Islamic. Finance. Istisna'a is a sale contract whereby the purchaser asks the seller to manufacture a specifically defined product, using the seller's raw materials, at a given price. Istisna'ais a sale contract ...
Islamic Law and Finance: Religion, Risk, and Return - Halaman 282
The purchaser (with or without a back-to-back istisna' arrangement providing financing) contracts an 'arbun with a nonrefundable deposit that will properly compensate Boeing (and any financing intermediary) for losses and inconvenience if ...
Frank E. Vogel, Samuel L. Hayes, 1998
Islamic Finance: Law, Economics, and Practice - Halaman 90
5.2 Commission to Manufacture (Istisna') Classical jurists approved another contract to purchase some item that is generally not owned by the seller at contract time, and that may never have existed prior to the contract. Under this contract ...
Mahmoud A. El-Gamal, 2006
The Islamic Banking and Finance Workbook: Step-by-Step ...
c08 JWBK500-Kettell April 19,2011 10:44 Printer: Yet to come The Istisna'a Contract as a Mode of Islamic Finance 95 11. The difference between Istisna'a and Murabaha is: A. Under Murabaha, the Rab ul Mall will buy the goods before they ...
Islamic Finance: The New Regulatory Challenge
Istisna'a is another type of forward contract, but the role of an Islamic bank as a financial intermediary differs from that in a salam contract. An istisna'a contract is an agreement between a seller (al-sani') and the (ultimate) buyer (al-mustasni') to ...
Rifaat Ahmed Abdel Karim, Simon Archer, 2013
Islamic Finance: Law and Practice
and not with respect to the payment of money.37 Thus, it is not permissible to include a penalty for late payment under the istisna' contract as this would constitute riba.38 The penalty for delay (known as shart aI-jaza'i) is justified by jurists in ...
Craig Nethercott, David Eisenberg, 2012