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

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

Author Mohd Johan Lee
Publication Date 25 October, 2017
ISBN 9789674007263
Publisher  LexisNexis


This book examines and clarifies the Shariah Principles and Tenets that apply, taking a more practical approach with clear explanations and examples. The legal practitioner is the target audience for this book.

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)

J. Lee & Associates' managing partner is Mohd Johan Lee. He possesses 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 from International Islamic University Malaysia. Johan also earned a Master of Laws degree from International Islamic University, with a focus on securities and banking law comparisons. He is currently working on publishing his dissertation, which is a comparative analysis of traditional and Islamic corporate finance and insurance legislation. Corporate and commercial law, competition law compliance, and Islamic corporate financing are all areas of his present practise. He has given numerous talks at local and international conferences on topics such as Islamic banking, Takaful, and Islamic corporate finance. He is a member of the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance's (INCEIF) endorsement committee for the Specialised Takaful programme, as well as a member of the Attorney General's Chambers' Syariah community committee. Johan is also a student at Monash University in Australia, where he is completing his comparative law degree.

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