Interpretation of Mudayene Verse in terms of Roman and Turkish Low of Obligations

Hüseyin Yaşar, Mehmet Bilal Tiryakioğlu


The Quran, sent as a guide to humanity, has brought a number of regulations in the commercial field as well as in all areas of life. In this sense, the verse, which regulates all kinds of mutual debt futures in detail, has also put some provisions on cash purchases. Before proceeding with the legal provisions introduced, a brief overview of the verse, name, reason of reason, sika-sibakı, views of the verse and its important concepts was made, then the provisions in the verse, especially in the context of today's Turkish Code of Obligations and the Roman Law of Obligations, by using the sources and works of today's authors, their comments on current law are tried to be conveyed. In particular, the present effects of today's commercial life by making some comparisons of the verses in accordance with the laws in force in Turkey have been examined in the article limits.


Inspector (Borrowing); Writing the debt; Kâtib-i adl; Testimony; Roma

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