This study aims at examining the contract of Sale with Right of Redemption in Lebanese Contract Law, and the possibility of its application in Jordanian Civil Law. The Sale with Right of Redemption is defined as a sale with a condition that when the seller refunds the price of the purchase during a fixed time, the purchaser should return to him/her that which was sold. This study started exploring such kind of sale under the Lebanese Contract Law, and then examined whether there are legal or economic justifications to adopt it in Jordanian law. To that intent, the study was divided into two sections: the first examines the position of the two laws under comparison, and the second deals with the possibility of application of rules of contract of Sale with Right of Redemption in Jordanian Civil Law. In the conclusion, the article ended with recommendations that will hopefully be taken into account by legislators in the future.
Obiedat, Yousef Mohammad
"Rules of Sale with Right of Redemption in Lebanese Contract Law and the Possibility of its Application in Jordanian Civil Law•,"
Journal Sharia and Law: Vol. 2011:
47, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uaeu.ac.ae/sharia_and_law/vol2011/iss47/3