Muslim Law And Jurisprudence

I. The Sources of Islamic Law
 The Quran
 The Sunnah
 Ijma
 Qiyas
 Ijtehad

II.Principles of Islamic Jurisprudence
III. Islamic Criminal Law
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 Taz’ir
 Qisas and Diyat
IV. Islamic Family Law
 Marriage
 Dower
 Divorce
 Separation by Repudiation (Talaq)
 Separation by Mutual Agreement (Khula)
 Judicial Separation (Faskh)
 Post-Divorce Maintenance
 Child Custody
 Succession
V. Islamic Law of Contract
VI. Islamic Banking and Insurance
VII. Islamic International Law
VIII. Islamic Law and Human Rights
IX. Dissolution of Muslim Marriages Act, 1939
X. Muslim Family Laws Ordinance 1961

SUGGESTED READINGS

S.No.TitleAuthor
1.An Introduction to the Study of Islamic LawDr. Hussain Hamid Hassan
2.Principles of Islamic JurisprudenceMohammad Hashim Kamali
3.Theories of Islamic LawProf. Imran Ahsan Nyazee
4.Islamic Law of Contracts and Business
Transactions
Tahir Mansuri
5.Family Law in IslamDr. Mohammad Tahir Mansuri
6.Outlines of Islamic JurisprudenceProf. Imran Ahsan Nyazee
7.General Principles of Criminal LawProf. Imran Ahsan Nyazee
8.State and Legislation in IslamDr. Mahmood Ahmad Gazi
9.Mahomedan JurisprudenceAbdur Rahim
10.Islamic Law of InheritanceHamid Khan, Advocate
11.Munir” Principles of Muhammadan LawMunir Ahmad Siddiqui

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