"Wakf means the permanent dedication by a person professing the Muslim faith of any property, for any purpose, recognised by the Mohammedan Law as religious, Pious, or charitable. Comment upon this statement and explain the essentials; of a valid Wakf under Muslim Law. Examine the validity of the following Wakfs. Giving reasons for your answers:- 1. The Wakf of a Muslim for a mosque or a burial ground." 2. The Wakf of a dower debt. 3. A Wakf for erecting and maintaining a Church opposite the house of the "Wakf". 4. A Wakf to maintain a college for teaching Muslim and Hindu Jurisprudence.
By Mayank ShekharPublished on 7 Jan 2023 7:03 AM GMT
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