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The principle of "just exchange" in the private and public spheres of Islamic law: the consequences of the construction of property and proprietor for the Hanafi woman

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Affiliations: 1: Friedrich Ebert Foundation scholar. I am greatly indebted to Dr Lynn Welchman, Director of CIMEL, SOAS, London, for the efforts and encouragement she has offered me in writing this paper. I am also deeply appreciative of constructive remarks made by E. Moreno and I. Wiese.

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