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The Urgency of Codification of Sharia Economic Law

1. Introduction This paper aims to describe an urgent condition (circumstance) which is the reason why it is necessary or not necessary to make efforts to systematically and comprehensively collect various written regulations in the field of sharia economic law, so that they become one of the elements in (national) laws and regulations. The idea towards codifying sharia economic law has received the attention of various parties, especially enthusiasts and observers of sharia economic law, so this topic intends to discuss how far the idea of ​​codifying sharia economic law can be implemented within the framework of the national legislation…

Law Science in the Perspective of Modern Science

A.    INTRODUCTION Science is developing so fast. This is possible, because it shakes off the way people seek knowledge as something that is very sacred in theological view, the science of law is a part of study that never stops along with technological and human advances in people’s lives so that views on the science of law are often collides with existing circumstances where the study is more integral and not on a separate part of science. Law within the scope of science has become a debate among legal scholars, this has led legal scholars to divide legal science as part of…

The Government Versus the Ombudsman: What Role for Judicial Review?

When the office of Parliamentary Commissioner for Administration was established in 1967, it was envisaged as an adjunct to the political process. The system was intended to augment MPs’ capacity (individually) to chase constituents’ grievances and (collectively) to hold the executive branch to account in the event of administrative failure. Thus the Ombudsman (as the Commissioner is now almost universally known) can make findings of maladministration and can recommend what should be done in the light thereof, but the Government is under no statutory obligation to accept what the Ombudsman says. Whether this means that, as a matter of law,…
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