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Document Sixty-One Herding Contracts: Partnership In Sheep Herds (N.D.)

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The case under review relates to tribal customary partnership in sheep and should be treated as ʿudūla partnership with some complementary details. The First Party invests money in buying sheep of good quality and places them at the disposal of the Second Party. The latter undertakes to fulfill all the tasks involved in sheep rearing, to pay all the expenses involved from his own pocket, and to be liable for any damage or death caused to the sheep.

Keywords: herding contracts; sheep herds; tribal customary partnership



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