According to Hidya, 'the right of Shufa' (Presumption) is but a feeble right, as it is divesting another of his property merely in order to prevent apprehended inconveniences. For these reasons, he considers certain formalities imperative. Comment on the above statement and fully discuss the import importance of the formalities in this connection. What is the effect of non-compliance with the above requirement?
By Mayank ShekharPublished on 11 Nov 2022 7:24 AM GMT
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