Fiqh Frameworks of Dharar (Harm) Principle in Landuse based on Kitab al-I’lan Bi Ahkam Al- Bunyan

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Sharifah Fadylawaty Syed Abdullah
Mohd Dani Muhamad
Amal Hayati Ishak


Fiqh is essential in addressing issues related to the built environment, such as land. This study aims to develop fiqh frameworks of land use. In this particular piece of work, content analysis on Kitab al-I’lan Bi Ahkam Al-Bunyan was employed. According to the findings, the fiqh frameworks have three (3) primary components. These components are as follows: 1) Legal development, 2) Illegal constructions or plants and 3) Reclamation of land (Istihqaq). The frameworks would benefit the local authorities, planners, and society to manage land better.

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Syed Abdullah, S. F. ., Muhamad, M. D. ., & Ishak, A. H. . (2022). Fiqh Frameworks of Dharar (Harm) Principle in Landuse based on Kitab al-I’lan Bi Ahkam Al- Bunyan. Journal of ASIAN Behavioural Studies, 7(22), 15–26.


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