TOPIC – WAKF
Dr. K.Y. DANYAL
FAHIMUDDIN AHMED KAHN
B.A. L.L.B – 4th SEMESTER
TABLE OF INDEX
Table of Cases
* Origin History and Dvelopment
Meaning and Definaton
Kind of wakf
Essential Requisite of a WAKF
Legal Incident of wakf
Creation of wakf
Administration of wakf
Current Status of wakf’s in India.
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FAHIMUDDIN AHMED KHAN
TABLE OF CASES
Abdul Satar v. Advocate General, AIR 1933 Bom. 87.
Ali Zamin v. Akbar Ali Khar
Chhedi Lal Misra v. Civil Judge, (2007) 4 SCC 632
Fuaad Musvee v. M. Shuaib Musvee, (2008) 4 CTC 59 (Mad)
H. Idayatulla v. Larabsha Dharga, (2007) 2 MLJ 1034.
Jewun Dass v. Shah Kubeer-Ooddin
Kanti v. Mirza Hossani
Kassimiah Charities v. Secy. Madras State Wakf Board, AIR 1964 Mad 18 Mohd. Mazhar Shaheed v. Distt. Collector, Mahboobnagar, (2005) 2 An LT 234. Mohd. Yusuf v. Mohd. Sadiq, AIR 1933 Lah 501
Syed Ahmed v. Julaiha Bivi, 1947 Mad 480
T.N. Wakf Board v. Larabsha Darga, (2007) 13 SCC 416
Zain Yar Jung v. Director of Endowments, AIR 1963 SC 985
Khalid Rashid : Muslim Law (Eastern Book Company, Lucknow) Fifth Edition 2010. Diwan, Paras : Muslim Law (1997, Allahabad)
Fyzee, A.A.A. : Outlines of Mohammadan Law (1974, New Delhi)
One and a half thousand years ago, long before the birth of the doctrine of uses and trusts in English Law, Islamic Law recognized and developed a legal expedient under the name of wakf, which permitted an owner to settle his property for the use of beneficiaries in perpetuity. The doctrine of Wakf which is "interwoven with the entire religious life and social economy of Muslims” has laid down the foundations of one of the most important institutions of the community. In India alone there are more than a 4.9 lakh wakfs valued at more than a Rs. 1.2 lakh crores (1,200 billion) of rupees. Considering their number and resources, [a] wakf can become a strong instrument not only for the preservation of religious and charitable institutions, but also for [the] educational and economic development of the community. Wakfs constitute a national asset for a very large number of these support schools, colleges, technical institute, libraries, reading-rooms, charitable dispensaries and Musafirkhanas, etc., which benefit the public irrespective of their religion or creed. It is of utmost importance, therefore, that wakfs should be maintained properly and their resources should be utilised for the objects and the purposes of dedications. But unfortunately, many of the existing wakfs have not escaped the process of decadence brought in by the twin impact of neglect and misuse. The subject [of] "Wakf" is relat[ive] to Entry No. 10 "Trust and trustees" and No. 28 "Charities and charitable institutions, charitable and religious endowments and religious institutions" in the concurrent list attached to the 7th Schedule to the Constitution of India. Supervision over the administration of wakfs is, therefore, the responsibility...
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