• Consumer Protection in Islamic Law. An analytical Study

Lambert Academic Publishing
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(Muhammad Akbar Khan is a Lecturer in the Department of Law, Faculty of Shariah & Law, International Islamic University, Islamabad. He obtained his law degree (B.A., LL.B.(Hons) Shariah & Law) with distinction in 2007. In 2009, he obtained the LL.M. (Islamic Commercial Law) degree from the same university. Currently he is a PhD Candidate.)


This book explores the protection provided to the consumers in Islamic Law and Jurisprudence. In the main part of this book, Objectives of Islamic Law, Islamic Business Ethics, Islamic Law of Contract and Business Transactions, the Role of Islamic State and its institutions are presented from the perspective of consumer''s protection. The book adds that Islamic Law has some features that are not found in any other legal system such as the concept of Halal and Haram. The paper points out the need for Comprehensive Code of Consumer protection for Muslim countries and Muslim minorities in the non-Muslim countries that is based purely on the principles of Islamic Law.

MATERIAS: consumer, protection, Shariah, Law, Contracts