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Government Loans
(i) Such a loan would be ribawi. Increasing a loan to reject inflation, movement on an index, a change in the cost of living, or the like, is not permissible. (ii) For ribawi loans already incurred, the ...
 
Loan Transfers Are Absolute And Final
Transfers are complete and final (unless they are transferred back in a new agreement) and once th...
 
Placing Stipulations On How A Borrowed Item Is Used
The restriction of unconditionality does not include valid stipulations for irreplaceable borrowed items relating to usage of the item, since a condition of using an irreplaceable item is that it is returned in the same condition, and certain kinds of usage affect the condition of a borrowed item (e.g. it is permissible to say: "you may only drive the car during daylight hours" if the lender feels that driving it at night may...
 
Repaying Loan In Kind
Provided the lender agrees, the form of repayment can be different from the f...
 
Transferring Borrowed Item To Third Party
A borrower may not transfer borrowed item to another pa...
 
Respite For Loan Default
The lender is obligated to grant respite to the borrower if it is established that the borrower is unable ...
 
On Returning Item To The Lender's Heirs
If the lender passes away, or becomes insane or incapacitated, the borrower is responsible for returning the item to t...
 
Benefiting From Loan
The loan should not derive any benefit to the lender, whether monetarily, in-kind, gifted, as a favor, or in...
 
Agreeing Repayment In Loan
It is impermissible to borrow money without both parties ag...
 
Delaying Repayment Of Loan
It is impermissible for a debtor possessing the means to pay the c...
 
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