Islamic Banking in Malaysia: Shariah Theories, the Laws, Current Structures and Practices, and Legal Documentation

Islamic Banking in Malaysia: Shariah Theories, the Laws, Current Structures and Practices, and Legal Documentation

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This book deals with and explains the Shariah Principles and tenets that are applicable and adopts a more practical approach with clear explanations and examples. This book is written with the legal practitioner in mind.

 

Table of Contents


Foreword
Preface
Acknowledgement
Table of Cases
Table of Legislation
Chapter 1: Introduction to Islamic Banking and Finance
Chapter 2: Malaysian Legislation Governing Islamic Banking
Chapter 3: Discussion on Contract Formation and Legal Documentation of Islamic Banking
Chapter 4: Sale Contracts (I)
Chapter 5: Sale Contracts (II)
Chapter 6: Leasing
Chapter 7: Equity Contracts
Chapter 8: Other Contracts
Chapter 9: Unilateral Contracts
Chapter 10: Hybrid Contracts
Chapter 11: Collateral
Chapter 12: Conclusion
Appendix
References
Index


About the Author(s)


Mohd Johan Lee is managing partner of J. Lee & Associates. He graduated with LLB (Hons) degree from International Islamic University Malaysia and holds a Master of Comparative Laws degree, a post-graduate Diploma in Shariah and Legal Practice and a Master of Arts (MA) in Economics in Competition Law. Johan also holds a Master in Laws from International Islamic University with a specialization in comparative study of securities and banking laws. Currently, he is in the process of publishing his dissertation, which is comparative study between conventional and Islamic laws of corporate finance and insurance. His current practice includes corporate and commercial law, competition law compliance and Islamic corporate finance related matters. He has spoken extensively at conferences on various issues concerning Islamic banking, Takaful and Islamic corporate finance both locally and internationally. He is a member of the endorsement Committee for Specialised Takaful programme of the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF) and a sitting member of the Syariah community committee of the Attorney General’s Chambers of Malaysia. Johan is also attached to the law faculty of Monash University, Australia where he is completing his comparative.