Stipulation in Contract from Islamic and Malaysian Legal Perspectives

@inproceedings{Manap2013StipulationIC,
  title={Stipulation in Contract from Islamic and Malaysian Legal Perspectives},
  author={Norhoneydayatie Abdul Manap and Hayatullah Laluddin and Zuliza Mohd Kusrin and Ahmad Dahlan Salleh and Mat noor Mat Zain and Ahmad Muhammad Husni and Nik Abdul Ghani and Ibnor Azli Ibrahim},
  year={2013}
}
Generally, a subject of legal obligation is bound to perform his/her obligation regardless of whether the source of the obligation comes from the Lawgiver or is initiated by the subject of the law himself. Contract is a source of obligation which is initiated by a subject of legal obligation. Therefore, a person who makes a contract is responsible to the contract he concludes. Thus he is obliged to observe and perform his duty as agreed upon in the contract. In some cases, additional conditions… CONTINUE READING

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