CSS Muslim Law Jurisprudence 2016


Q.2. Is the Qur’an a code of Islamic law? Discuss. (20)

Q.3. What are conditions for exercising universal ijtihad? Discuss the role of ijtihad today. (20)

Q.4. Discuss the natural causes of defective legal capacity in Islamic law. (20)

Q.5. ‘Islamic criminal law appears to be harsh, but a closer look reveals that in practice the most severe punishments are hardly ever applied.’ Discuss. (20)

Q.6. Explain and critically evaluate the main restrictions imposed in Islamic law on the freedom of contract. (20)

Q.7. Discuss the extent to which a normal marriage contract can be varied to benefit women under Islamic law. (20)

Q.8. Write short notes on the following: (5 each)

(a) Triple talaq in one sitting

(b) Remedies available to a Muslim women under the DMMA 1939

(c) Dower

(d) Share of the grandchild under the MFLO 1961