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Definition of

ijara

Finance

agreement by bank to purchase then lease item in Islamic financing, a leasing arrangement in which a bank or financier purchases an item for a customer, then leases it to the customer at a profit

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    Broadly speaking, Islamic modes of finance can be divided into two types: either they provide direct finance as capital funds through partnership (musharaka and mudaraba), or they provide indirect finance through leasing (ijara) and sale contracts (murabaha, bai ajil, salam, and istisna
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  • Islamic Capital Markets: The Role of Sukuk

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    State-owned land provided the asset backing, and an ijara structure was used, with the government selling the land to a special purpose vehicle (SPV) and leasing it back, and the investors in the SPV receiving a rental income as indirect owners rather than interest payments. The returns were, however
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  • Key Islamic Banking Instruments and How They Work

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    This checklist provides an overview of Islamic banking instruments, such as murabaha, bai salam, istisna, ijara, and mudaraba.

  • Islamic Law of Contracts

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    While many different types of contract exist, the most common contract for the sale of goods is the mu’awadat contract of exchange. These can include a barter-style exchange of goods, a sale of goods in exchange for money, or a money-exchange deal. Another common form of contract is ijara, which

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Definitions of ’ijara’ and meaning of ’ijara’ are from the book publication, QFINANCE – The Ultimate Resource, © 2009 Bloomsbury Information Ltd. Find definitions for ’ijara’ and other financial terms with our online QFINANCE Financial Dictionary.

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