Amendment of acts is defined in this research study as the possible lifting or removal of all that cause vitiation. This process involves either dealing with the conditions that lead to such or by dropping the vitiated act completely as if nonexistent. This definition attempts to complete the theory of vitiation innovated by the Hanafi Doctrine or School of thought. The research study points out that ruling a contract as vitiated is the same as pronouncing it as null or void unless the conditions that lead to such pronouncement are removed. This act of amendment is legally desired once the conditions of such amendment are met. In a nutshell, this research study attempts to explain the amendment concept of contract vitiated acts, the difference between it and other terms and concepts, as well as the means by which vitiated acts and behaviors maybe amended

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