What conditions should be met in order for the bank’s purchase scheme (muraabahah) to be considered permissible.
Buying a car from the car company via the company’s bank.
Is it permissible to subscribe to a phone company and receive calls only without making calls?.
Is it required to specify the length of the rental period, and what is the ruling on paying per click for advertisements?.
Importing goods via the bank.
He agreed with his colleagues that he would buy a product and sell it to them for more.
Ruling on selling clothes when one does not know whether they will be used in halaal ways or haraam.
Can he buy permissible things from a store that sells alcohol?.
Ruling on tawarruq sales.
Is it permissible to delay paying the price of gold and the cost of having it made into jewellery?.
Ruling on selling exorbitantly expensive telephone numbers and “custom” licence plates.
Selling by installments to the one who asked us to buy something.
He bought a car by installments from the bank, then he sold it so that he could use the money to get married.
Ruling on transactions made via modern means of communication.
Paying “key-money” (money for vacating a property).
Buying shares in a bank that does not deal in ribaa.
‘Aqd al-Istisnaa’ (contract to have something made or done).
Paying for medical examinations in advance.
Penalty clause and penalty for delay in an import contract.
Renter asking for money in return for ending the rental agreement ahead of time.