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The Theory and the Practice of Market Law in Medieval Islam: A Study of…

by Mawal Izzi Dien

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 090609433X, Hardcover)

This book represents an explanation of the institution of hisba in medieval Islam, through one of the most used texts in the field. It includes a thorough translation of the text, written by a practising muhtasib, scholar and judge, together with accompanying biographical and bibliographical notes. The book is unique being the only English work on medieval Hanafi law of hisba.

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