THE CONCEPT OF WILL IN ISLAM AND ITS APPLICATION IN PAKISTAN

اسلام کا قانون وصیت اور پاکستان میں اس کے اطلاق کاجائزہ

Authors

  • Dr Mutee ur Rehman Assistant Professor, Islamic Studies, Islamabad Model College for Boys, G-11, Islamabad.
  • Dr Sajjad Ahmed Assistant Professor, Islamic Studies, University of Science and Technology, Mirpur, AJK

Keywords:

will, Obligatory, Ordinance, law, Islamic council

Abstract

Islam gives a great importance to the will, as it is legitimated, and a confirmed Sunnah indicated by the Noble Qur’an and the Sunnah of the Prophet PBUH. The will precedes the implementation of inheritance rights because it is done by the will of the deceased. Although it is not compulsory for him, but it is part of his worldly gain and the benefit of his deeds for which he will be rewarded after his death. Writing a will is a matter that every Muslim and Muslim woman must take care of so that his heirs from his family know what he has and what he owes, and he is discharged from what his family may fall into after his death. Exist, and to accept the bequest if it is a specific person, and that the bequest be a resident money capable of inheritance, and it is also required in the recommended that it be in fact or judgment, and if it is not present, the will is not valid because the will for the nullified is not valid.

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Published

2020-09-05