Can an Islamic Investment (Finance) Company ask for securities from its clients in order to give facilities?
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It is permissible that investment companies ask their clients for Sharee'ah-approved securities, such as mortgage and guaranty. Scholars unanimously agree that both mortgage and guaranty are legitimate. For more details, review Fatwa 81377.
We draw your attention to the fact that it is necessary to fulfill the Sharee‘ah prerequisites for these facilities. The most important prerequisite is to avoid conditioning a usurious surplus in case of delay in payment.Allaah Knows best.
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