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Vol 22 No 4 April/May 2017

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Modern Contract and Sales Law in the Middle Eastern and Arab Countries: A Comparative Study


ISBN13: 9783844303483
Published: January 2011
Publisher: Lambert Academic Publisher
Country of Publication: Germany
Format: Paperback
Price: £68.00



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This book is regarded as the first broadest comparative study to date on modern contract and sales law in the Middle Eastern and Arab countries.

In order to do this several sources have been referred to including the most recent scholarship published by different Middle Eastern and Arab authors within the Northern African, the Middle Eastern and Gulf regions. The book also includes a large number of court decisions in the Middle Eastern and Arab countries.

The work exhibits the methodology and solutions developed by the Middle Eastern and Arab laws, including those of Islamic law (Shari'a), in the context of a comparative practical approach in order to respond to particular situations relating to the sales contract.

This book endeavors to play a major role in legal scholarship in the area of contract and sales law in the Middle Eastern and Arab countries. The method used should be fruitful for any legal researcher and practitioner seeking a clear-cut and direct legal solution to any of the issues covered within the scope of this work.