The contract of sale requires the seller's obligation to deliver the sale to the buyer free of any right, whether for the seller or for third parties, so that the buyer can own the sale and use it quietly and without any disputer thereto, and may prevent the buyer from utilizing the sale. Exposure of the seller to the buyer called (personal exposure) or exposure to non-seller and is called (exposure to third parties). In both types the exposure may be material, and may be legal. The research addresses the provisions of exposure, as well as the obligations of the seller against personal exposure and his obligations of non- exposure issued by third parties, as well addresses the transfer of seller's obligation in previous cases to particular successor and the general successor.
Al-Sartawi, Mahmoud Ali and Hussein, Ahmad mohammed
"Exposure to the Purchaser and Guarantees of Non-Exposure - A Comparative Study between the Islamic Jurisprudence and Jordanian Civil Law,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 16
, Article 18.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol16/iss2/18