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InläggRubrik: Hadeeth om Auctions   Hadeeth om Auctions Emptyfre nov 28, 2008 12:03 pm

Från: K_Nadia (Ursprungligt meddelande) Skickat: 2007-01-18 16:21
Asalaamo alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh
Jag hittade en artikel angående auktion.

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Sales and purchases made at auctions are valid transactions, so long as the conditions stipulated by sharee’ah are adhered to. This is the opinion of the majority of scholars, and one of the texts which they quote as evidence is the hadeeth of Anas ibn Maalik, who said that the Messenger of Allaah sold a rug (for spreading on the ground or putting on the back of a riding-beast) and a cup. He said, “Who will buy this rug and cup?” A man said, “I’ll take them for a dirham,” and the Prophet said, “Who will offer more than a dirham? Who will offer more than a dirham?” Another man gave him two dirhams, and bought the goods. (Reported by al-Tirmidhi, may Allaah have mercy on, in al-Sunan, 1139; he said, “This is a hasan hadeeth which we know only from the hadeeth of al-Akhdar ibn ‘Ajlaan…) The practical conclusion drawn from this by the scholars is that they see nothing wrong with selling war-booty or inherited goods to the highest bidder. This hadeeth was narrated by al-Mu’tamir ibn Sulaymaan and by more than one of the prominent people from al-Akhdar ibn ‘Ajlaan.

There follows a definition of this kind of sale, and some of the regulations that apply to it:

The contract: An auction is a commutative contract or exchange, based on a call issued vocally or in writing to invite interested parties to take part in the auction. The contract is concluded when the seller is satisfied.

The actual contract may vary according to whether it is the matter of selling or leasing, etc, and according to the nature of the auction – it may be voluntary, like the regular kind of auction held among individuals, or required by law, such as auctions ordered by a judge. Auctions required by law may be held by public and private institutions, and government bodies, as well as individuals.

Any procedures involved in the auction – such as paperwork, regulations and administrative and legal conditions – should not contradict the rules of Islamic sharee’ah.

Requiring a deposit from everyone who wants to come in is permissible according to sharee’ah, but it should be returned to anyone who does not buy anything, and should be counted as part of the purchase price for those who do buy. According to sharee’ah, there is nothing wrong with charging an entry fee to cover the costs of producing booklets listing regulations, etc., so long as it is not more than the actual cost.

Artificially inflating prices is haraam. This may take the following forms:

A person who has no intention of buying may inflate the price to tempt the buyer to offer more a person who has no intention of buying may pretend to like the product and to know a lot about it, and may praise it highly, to tempt the buyer to offer more the vendor, his agent or the auctioneer may make false claims about how much was paid for the product, in order to mislead the one who is thinking of buying modern forms of this forbidden inflation of prices include the use of audio-visual and written means to list fine qualities that do not exist in reality, or to raise the price so as to tempt the buyer and impel him to complete the transaction [Qaraaraat Majma’ al-Fiqh al-Islami,]




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InläggRubrik: hadeeth om Auctions   Hadeeth om Auctions Emptyfre nov 28, 2008 12:05 pm

Från: Umm_Amatillaah Skickat: 2007-01-18 22:09
Fick detta sänt ifrån bröderna i Saudi

"Hadeethen som tyder på att att auktion är tillåtet är dels en hadeeth i al-bukhaaree, men al-'Ismaa'eel säger att den inte tyder på det, och dels Tirmidhee och Ahmads hadeeth som bukhaaree visade på att den var svag. Ibn Qattaan och ibn Hajr likaså Abu Bakr al-Hanafee finns i kedjan och han är majhool/dha'eef.

Hadeethen som förbjuder det finns i musnadul Bazzaar och däri finns ibn Lahi'ah, ibn Junaid sa om honom "laysa bi shay". Ibn Hajr sa att hadeethen är dhaa'eef."

Hoppas ni drog någon faa'idah ifrån det! Själv är jag tyvärr inte så insatt i uloomul hadeeth men det verkar vara en intressan kunskapsgren. Rabbanaaa zidnaa 'ilmaa! Vår Herre, öka oss i kunskap
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InläggRubrik: hadeeth om Auctions   Hadeeth om Auctions Emptyfre nov 28, 2008 12:06 pm

Från: Umm_Amatillaah Skickat: 2007-01-19 13:21
Okej så här är det kort och gott, det kanske blev lite rörigt. Det finns inga autentiska ahadeeth som tyder på att auktion är det ena eller det andra, d v s att det är haraam eller halaal. Så de ahadeeth som nämnts i ovanstående artikel är alltså inte saheeh. Men majoriteten av 'ulamaa säger att det är tillåtet med auktion wallaahu ta'aalaa a'lam.
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