Each contract should have its own force and its

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parallel contract. Each contract should have its own force and its performance should not be contingent on the other. Parallel Salam is allowed with a third party only. The seller in the first contract cannot be made purchaser in the parallel contract of Salam, because it will be a buy-back contract, which is not permissible in Shari‘ah . Salam & Istisna
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Istisna A Sale where a commodity is transacted before it comes into existence. It means to order a manufacturer to manufacture a specific commodity for the purchaser. Salam & Istisna
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Differences Between Salam & Istisna 1. The subject of Istisna is always a thing which needs manufacturing, while Salam can be effected on any thing, no matter whether it needs manufacturing or not. 2. It is necessary for Salam that the price is paid in full in advance, while it is not necessary in Istisna. 3. The contract of Salam, once effected, cannot be cancelled unilaterally, while the contract of Istisna can be cancelled before the manufacturer starts the work. 4. The time of delivery is an essential part of the sale in Salam while it is not necessary in Istisna that the time of delivery is fixed. Salam & Istisna
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Difference Between Istisna & Ijarah It should also be kept in mind that the manufacturer, in Istisna, undertakes to make the required goods with his own material. If the material is provided by the customer, and the manufacturer is required to use his labor and skill only, the transaction becomes Ijarah.
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