Sometimes the right of pre-emption (Shufa) is termed as "a right of purchase from the buyer" whereas sometimes it is referred to as "an incident annexed to property and as such a right of substitution". Keeping all such versions in view, discuss the concept of the right of pre-emption in Mohammedan Law.
By Mayank ShekharPublished on 14 Nov 2022 7:35 AM GMT
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