international journal of philosophy and social-psychological sciences
A comparative study on the views of civil law and Islamic Jurisprudence about time share
Seyyed Ebrahim Hoseini, Fatemeh Javanbakht
It is essential that Islamic jurisprudence and law be always respondent to people’s everyday problems. Time share is a recently current phenomenon which many different law and jurisprudence schools have examined and proposed solutions to. Therefore, this study aims at answering the following questions while examining the historical root of this phenomenon, its different types, and for and against ideas of Sunni and Shiite jurisconsults as well as Iranian lawyers:
1.Which of these ideas provides the most vigorous scientific support?
2.Does common law has any effect on accepting this type of dealing?
3.Is there any reliable solution to resolve the current situation?