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To the Iissue of the Determination of «Bayyena» Legal Nature Being as Forensic Proof of Source in the Tenets of Legal Islamic Schools of Sunnit Direction (Historical-Legal and Comparative Research)

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Obidov Dilshod Solidjohnovich


The author considers one of the most important problems related to the scholars of legal Islamic schools of Sunnit direction of forensic power, it is that the issue dealing with forensic proofs from the perspective of comprehension and disclosure of legal nature of juridical proof of bayyena its essence, role and significance in the system of forensic proof being taken into account. On the basis of historical-legal and comparative approach the author of the article comprehends and discloses the attitude aimed at legal Islamic schools of Sunnit direction towards the problems of the essence and legal characteristics of bayyena, he elicits debatable moments, convergences and differences in the positions of legal Islamic schools of Sunnit directions in the disclosure of legal nature of bayyena and their view-points concerning comparability of bayyena in conjunction with all forensic proofs or just with one of them. Particular emphasis is done in regard to the study of Khanifate schools of law forensic proofs, specifics of application of these tenets in the activities of Kazi courts of Movarounnakhr.


Islamic schools of law, khanifats, malikits, shafiits, khanbalits, bayyena, proof, recognition, oath-swearing


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Publication date

Monday, 24 October 2016