International Journal of Humanities and Social Science

ISSN 2220-8488 (Print), 2221-0989 (Online) 10.30845/ijhss

The Claim of Non-Enforceability of the Debtor's Disposition against the Creditor in Islamic Jurisprudence and the Jordanian Civil Code
Majd Shtewi Khalaf Awed

All the debtor's money is guaranteed for the fulfillment of his debts, and all creditors are equal in this guarantee, The creditor can collect his debt from any of the debtor's money and executant his debt on all of them, but the debtor may intend to transfer its ownership to someone else Harming the creditors and preventing him from fulfilling his right, for that reason The legislation took into account this matter and took considering the existence of this intent on the part of the debtor, and prescribed means that preserve the general guarantee of the right the credit, And one of these means is enabling the creditor to file a claim that the debtor's action against him is not enforceable, And in this research, I will study this case from a jurisprudential and legal point of view, And study its terms and conditions, And its effectiveness in maintaining the general guarantee of the creditor.

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