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Transactions
21. Should he issue papers for someone to show that he owns neglected land that belongs to the state? 22. Shar’i analysis of the financial crisis 23. Is it permissible to buy a house by entering a draw and paying non-refundable fees? 24. He invented a product and sold it to a middleman to sell it to the company where he works without the company knowing 25. Penalty clauses in contracts: when are they valid and when are they not? 26. Can he avail himself of help from social security when he is one of Ahl al-Bayt? 27. Should he take more than what is owed as compensation for late repayment? 28. The debtor who is taking too long to repay should pay any costs incurred by the lender in order to retrieve the loan 29. Ruling on buying memorabilia of famous people for outrageous sums 30. Transferring money via a riba-based bank or via an individual in return for a fee 31. Poverty and its negative effects, and means of eliminating it in Islam 32. His company is late in giving him his salary; what should he do? 33. Is it permissible to rent out a mortgaged house? 34. Haraam hoarding may include everything that people need 35. She received a proposal from an engineer who works in a bank – should she accept? 36. He found a CD that belongs to his first wife and it is difficult to give it back to her 37. Doing one’s own work during official work hours 38. Is it permissible to move books that have been donated to one mosque as a waqf to another mosque? 39. Islamic banks 40. Exchanging torn bank notes for half of their value