Mortgage interest in Imamieh jurisprudence

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There is less interest in discrediting Jurisprudence in the context of mortgage. Even those who ‎don’t consider the bill a condition of the validity or necessity of the mortgage, still oppose the ‎interest mortgage‏. ‏The reason for invalidating the interests of mortgages can't be divided in to ‎two main categories. The first category is the reason that the bill is considered a condition of ‎the mortgage‏. ‏With the condition of knowing the bill and recognizing the interests of the ‎debtor. The interests of mortgages are not automatically eliminated. The second group ‎regardless of the condition of the bill consider mortgage as opposite of jurists property must ‎have characteristics that an satisfy the ultimate desirability of mortgages in security‏, ‏Because ‎the interest bill is slowly being created. It is not possible to get it‏. ‏But all these reason are ‎disputed. The necessity to own the property id to the conditional of the bill‏. ‏If the bill ‎requirement is removed is removed the need for objectivity is also eliminated. Buying and ‎selling money is not the only way to get money. This is because we can achieve this goal by ‎renting property‏.‏

Journal of Private Law, Volume:9 Issue: 33, 2021
159 to 187  
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