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The Concept of Bai'u al-Uhdah as the Use of Pawned Goods in Islamic Law
International Journal of Social Science and Religion (IJSSR)
This paper discusses the use of pawned goods, many of which mean that pawning is a debt agreement in which the debtor includes an item to be held by the person who owes the debt (murtahin) to provide a sense of security for the person who gives the debt. The scholars agree that the person who receives the pawn should not take advantage of the pawned goods. This matter is based on the fact that the main pawning contract is debt, and the principle that applies is to help (ta'awun), not to seek adoi:10.53639/ijssr.v3i3.98 fatcat:d2qce3ob2jc7hizlii2l7bula4