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LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMON LAW AND ISLAMIC LAW CONCEPT OF SHURAH: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS.

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ABSTRACT
The question of what is law has engendered great jurisprudential debate for many years. The nature, scope and purpose of law have led jurisprudential scholars to postulate various schools which tend to explain the concept of law. Thus, the process by which these laws came to be effective is called legislation. Legislation is the process of law making. Under the legislative assembly of the Common Law, a bill undergoes through a systematic process before it acquires the status of law. However, under Islamic Law, a more democratic approach is adopted in the process of making laws (i.e. Shurah). Based on the above premise, this work examines the concept of legislation under the Common Law and the Islamic law (Shurah in particular). In doing this, this work gave a comparative analysis of the two concepts so as to determine their areas of similarities and differences.

TABLE OF CONTENTS
TABLE OF CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
GENERAL INTRODUCTION
1.0.0. INTRODUCTION…………………………………………………................1-6
1.1.0. BACKGROUND TO THE STUDY…………………………………………6-8
1.2.0. OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY…………………………………………….......8
1.3.0. FOCUS OF THE STUDY………………………………………………………9
1.4.0. SCOPE OF STUDY…………………………………………………………….9
1.5.0. METHODOLOGY………………………………………………………….......10
1.6.0. DEFINITION OF TERMS…………………………………………....................10
1.7.0. LITERATURE REVIEW…………………………………………….............11-17
1.8.0. CONCLUSION………………………………………………………................17

CHAPTER 2
LEGISLATION AS A CONCEPT UNDER ISLAMIC AND COMMON LAW
2.0.0. INTRODUCTION………………………………………………………..........18-19
2.1.0. DEFINITION AND CONCEPTUAL MEANING AND DEFINITION OF LEGISLATION UNDER THE SHARIAH AND COMMON LAW………….............................................................................…......…..19
2.1.1. DEFINITION OF LEGISLATION UNDER THE SHARIAH……………..…19-20
2.1.2. CONCEPTUAL MEANING OF LEGISLATION UNDER SHARIAH……...20-21
2.1.3. DEFINITION OF LEGISLATION UNDER THE COMMON LAW………...….22
2.1.4. CONCEPTUAL MEANING OF LEGISLATION UNDER COMMON LAW…….........................................................................................................22-23
2.2.0. LEGISLATION UNDER ISLAMIC LAW………......……………….……….24-39
2.3.0. LEGISLATION UNDER COMMON LAW………………………………..39-42
2.4.0 CONCLUSION……………………………………………………………….......42

CHAPTER 3
SHURAH AS A CONCEPT UNDER THE ISLAMIC LAW
3.0.0. INTRODUCTION…………………….......……………………………….......43-44
3.1.0. DEFINITION OF SHURAH…………………………….......................................44
3.1.1. CONCEPTUAL MEANING OF SHURAH…………………..........................44-48
3.1.2. LEGAL STATUS OF SHURAH IN ISLAM………………...........................48-55
3.1.3. THE EFFECT OF DECISION OF SHURAH………………............................55-58
3.1.4.THE CONCEPT OF KHILAFAT IN RELATION TO SHURAH IN ISLAM........................................................................................................….58-61
3.1.5. CONCLUSION……………………………….........……………….......................61

CHAPTER 4
COMPARISM BETWEEN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMONLAW AND THE CONCEPT OF SHURAH UNDER THE ISLAMIC LAW.
4.0.0. INTRODUCTION……………………………………………………………..62-63
4.1.0. THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF COMMON LAW AND THE CONCEPT OF SHURAH UNDER THE ISLAMIC LAW......................................................................................................63-71
4.2.0. DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMON LAW AND THE ISLAMIC CONCEPT OF SHURAH……........................................................................…...71-73
4.3.0. SIMILARITIES BETWEEN THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMON LAW AND THE ISLAMIC CONCEPT OF SHURAH….....................................................................…………73-74
4.4.0. SUPERIORITY OF THE ISLAMIC CONCEPT OF SHURAH OVER THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE COMMON LAW…........................................................................................74-76
4.5.0. CONCLUSION…..............................................................................................76

CHAPTER 5
GENERAL CONCLUSION
5.0.0. SUMMARY/CONCLUSION…………....................………………..............77-81
5.1.0 RECOMMENDATION…..............................................................................81-86
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