This research aims to answer two main questions: Is there a legislative Islamic miracle regarding the right of "seller's privilege on sales"? And how did that cause the civil laws to recognize this right and other privilege rights? The research followed inductive and analytic approach, through tracking legislative texts and the statements of jurists in both Islamic legislation and civil laws, accompanied with the analysis. The search was divided into six sections dealing with: The Seller’s privilege on sales. The prophet statement that proposed this right, the legislative miracle in that, and the impact of this on the French civil law and other civil laws. The researcher arrived at different findings, the prophet statement that proposed this right –before more than fourteen centuries– represents a legislative miracle, which resulted in the knowledge of our former jurists in Islamic legislation of the rights of private privilege, and later the quotation of that knowledge by French legislator and other civil laws.
Al-Dabbagh, Ayman Mustafa
"Seller's Privilege on Sales and the Islamic Legislative Miracle therein Comparative Jurisprudence and Legitimate Study,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 14
, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol14/iss2/1