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The LLPs is proposed to be taxed as a partnership, but will have the benefits of being a corporate, separate juristic entity, having perpetual succession but distinct from its partners whereas traditional partnership lacks such features.
Professor Zain highlighted characteristics that al Amiri used to compare religions, including elements of worship like prayer, fasting and juristic issues.
In reality, ijtihadic legal interpretation was circumscribed even in the formative period by juristic opinion and judicial practice, both of which informed the jurists' hermeneutic efforts and exerted pressure on them not to depart from existing laws or the views of their predecessors.
28) Some key tasks in this fin de siecle moment of constitutional reform were to define the personality of the state, develop limitations on state power, and define the juristic nature of civic, religious and business associations sitting alongside or under the sovereignty of the state; and Maitland's engagement with Continental scholars such as Redlich should be read as a part of this reform moment.
NNA - Agriculture Minister Akram Shehayeb announced on Monday that a working team of the ministries of Public Health, Agriculture and Economy and a group of specialists and juristic will be formed to put a plan to treat the wheat issue.
His legal wisdom, juristic acumen and balanced judgments have not only restored social equilibrium and harmony but has been aptly applauded and acknowledged as historic judgments by all alike including intelligencia, civil society ad people of all shades of political spectrum.
from NIFIs to ensure that they comply with the provisions of Islamic commercial jurisprudence Provide written juristic opinion of Islamic jurisprudence in respect of new non-interest (Islamic) financial products and instruments developed by the CBN or referred to it by the CBN or other regulatory bodies in the Nigerian financial system
The distinction between divine law and the juristic interpretations that constitute Islamic law (fiqh) is not made clear.
Most of the authors are reformists who challenge centuries of Islamic patriarchal readings of texts, application in juristic developments, and implementation by cultures.
To declare the implementation of the DAP unconstitutional without recognizing that its prior implementation constituted an operative fact that produced consequences in the real as well as juristic worlds of the government and the nation is to be impractical and unfair," the court said.
The explosion also killed Abu Mohamad al-Humsi, a judge in the so-called juristic council, according to the extremist websites.