حكم أخذ الأجر على الجاه الفردي في الشريعة الإسلا مية

Ruling of Islamic Sharia regarding Charging for personal Goodwill

Authors

  • Mir Akbar Shah Lecturer Islamia College University Peshawar
  • Dr. Noor Zaman Madani Assistant Professor, Arabic and Literature Department, NUML Islamabad

Keywords:

Shari’ah rules،, Islamic jurisprudence, Personal Goodwill, obligatory duty

Abstract

 Abstract:  

The Islamic legal system organizes human life in all dimensions, individual,  social and economic etc. Hence Knowing Shari’ah rules are obligatory duty  upon every Muslim, because one is commanded to undertake all his actions  according to the Islamic rules. 

To legalize and control human desire for assets, Islamic jurisprudence  identifies two basic ways of asset acquisition; acquisition through trade and  acquisition through labour.  

However, the economic resources for acquiring benefit are diversified in  modern financial markets and institutions. Goodwill is one of the inputs these  days, and is defined as the portion of the value which lies above and beyond  the value of definable real assets.  

Goodwill is of two types: personal Goodwill associated with an individual and  entity Goodwill related to a business. Personal goodwill relates to the ability,  skills, experience, contacts and reputation of the individuals.  

This paper aims to discuss the Personal Goodwill Reward in Shari’ah  perspective.

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Published

2015-12-25