Copyright in Islamic law / Mohamed Ali Ahdash.
Cambridge, UK : Islamic Texts Society
Classification of right in Islamic law -- Classification of terms related to right -- Evidence for copyright in the primary sources -- Evidence for copyright in the secondary sources -- Conditions for the recognition of copyright in Islamic law -- Objections against copyright and responses to them.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 139-149) and index.
xxxiv, 162 pages
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Early Ibadi literature : Abu l-Mundhir Bashir b. Muhammad b. Mahbub : Kitab al-Rasf fi l-Tawhid, Kitab al-Muharaba and Sira / introduced and edited by Abdulrahman al-Salimi and Wilferd Madelung.
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The foundations of jurisprudence : an introduction to Imāmī Shīʻī legal theory =مبادئ الوصول الى علم الأصول / by Jamāl al-Dīn Abū Manṣūr al-Ḥasan ibn Sadīd al-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Zayn al-Dīn ʻAlī ibn al-Muṭahhar al-Ḥillī (d. 726 AH/1325 CE) known as al-ʻAllāmah al-Ḥillī ; introduction, translation, and Arabic critical edition by Sayyid Amjad H. Shah Naqavi.
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