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The learned Judge on this case had made an issues

:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050643

The fact of this case Zarina and her husband, Zarul and both of them are Syafie sect. Zarina at the period of marriage was uncooperative and left her matrimonial home. The issue here, whether Zarina has the right to claimed for Mutaah.

According to section 2 of interpretation Islamic Family Law Act 1984, “mutaah” refer to consolatory gift that is reasonable according to hukum Syara’, given to a divorced wife.

Refer to the case Haji Ali v Aishah where the wife had claimed for mutaat after left the matrimonial home by the reason diffirnt opinion with the first wife. On the defence, the husband claimed that the wife refuse to comeback when he applied for it. The learned Judge on this case had made an issues, whether the nusyuz had been applied upon the wife and whether the husband had capability for the mutaah, where at that time he was ill and jobless. Then, the Judge had made the decision by stated eventhough the wife had nusyuz upon the husband, she still have the right on claiming the mutaah.

According to Section 56 of the same act, a woman who had been divorced without just may apply for the court to mutaah.

On the reported cases, the court was held that mutaah is a consolatory gift from the husband to the wife. The wife may claim for mutaah on the divorced which not defect on the part of her, or divorced injustly. The payment of mutaah also is to help the wife on the living after she had been divorced by the husband.

In the other reported cases, the wife had claimed for mutaah after she had been divorced by the husband. On the defence, the husband stated he had been forced to married with the wife as the displinary action on him. The husband also mention that the wife on the period of marriage failed to do the house duty where she can’t cook and washing his clothes. The court held, even though the wife had failed on her duty, she still has the right for mutaah as a consolatory gift.

Furthermore, on the reported cases, the wife had made a claimed to the husband. On the defence, the husband mention that the wife also failed to the duty of household where he will keeping his bed room by his own and also the wife had failed for cooking meals on him. By the cause of that, he had refuses to paying the mutaah. But, the court held that, the mutaah is a gift to the divorced wife and she has the right for the claiming.

 For the conclusion, by refering those cases and Zarul’s case, as a wife, Zarina has the right for the claimed of mutaah upon Zarul where they had living together for a certain period of time. As a husband, Zarul must giving or on his duty to give the mutaah or a consolatory gift to Zarina even though the amount is not too much.

[Marks earned: One (1) out of Twenty (20)]

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the wife refuse to comeback:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

 

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050643

The fact of this case Zarina and her husband, Zarul and both of them are Syafie sect. Zarina at the period of marriage was uncooperative and left her matrimonial home. The issue here, whether Zarina has the right to claimed for Mutaah.

According to section 2 of interpretation Islamic Family Law Act 1984, “mutaah” refer to consolatory gift that is reasonable according to hukum Syara’, given to a divorced wife.

Refer to the case Haji Ali v Aishah where the wife had claimed for mutaat after left the matrimonial home by the reason diffirnt opinion with the first wife. On the defence, the husband claimed that the wife refuse to comeback when he applied for it. The learned Judge on this case had made an issues, whether the nusyuz had been applied upon the wife and whether the husband had capability for the mutaah, where at that time he was ill and jobless. Then, the Judge had made the decision by stated eventhough the wife had nusyuz upon the husband, she still have the right on claiming the mutaah.

According to Section 56 of the same act, a woman who had been divorced without just may apply for the court to mutaah.

On the reported cases, the court was held that mutaah is a consolatory gift from the husband to the wife. The wife may claim for mutaah on the divorced which not defect on the part of her, or divorced injustly. The payment of mutaah also is to help the wife on the living after she had been divorced by the husband.

In the other reported cases, the wife had claimed for mutaah after she had been divorced by the husband. On the defence, the husband stated he had been forced to married with the wife as the displinary action on him. The husband also mention that the wife on the period of marriage failed to do the house duty where she can’t cook and washing his clothes. The court held, even though the wife had failed on her duty, she still has the right for mutaah as a consolatory gift.

Furthermore, on the reported cases, the wife had made a claimed to the husband. On the defence, the husband mention that the wife also failed to the duty of household where he will keeping his bed room by his own and also the wife had failed for cooking meals on him. By the cause of that, he had refuses to paying the mutaah. But, the court held that, the mutaah is a gift to the divorced wife and she has the right for the claiming.

 For the conclusion, by refering those cases and Zarul’s case, as a wife, Zarina has the right for the claimed of mutaah upon Zarul where they had living together for a certain period of time. As a husband, Zarul must giving or on his duty to give the mutaah or a consolatory gift to Zarina even though the amount is not too much.

[Marks earned: One (1) out of Twenty (20)]

by the reason diffirnt opinion with the first wife:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050643

The fact of this case Zarina and her husband, Zarul and both of them are Syafie sect. Zarina at the period of marriage was uncooperative and left her matrimonial home. The issue here, whether Zarina has the right to claimed for Mutaah.

According to section 2 of interpretation Islamic Family Law Act 1984, “mutaah” refer to consolatory gift that is reasonable according to hukum Syara’, given to a divorced wife.

Refer to the case Haji Ali v Aishah where the wife had claimed for mutaat after left the matrimonial home by the reason diffirnt opinion with the first wife. On the defence, the husband claimed that the wife refuse to comeback when he applied for it. The learned Judge on this case had made an issues, whether the nusyuz had been applied upon the wife and whether the husband had capability for the mutaah, where at that time he was ill and jobless. Then, the Judge had made the decision by stated eventhough the wife had nusyuz upon the husband, she still have the right on claiming the mutaah.

According to Section 56 of the same act, a woman who had been divorced without just may apply for the court to mutaah.

On the reported cases, the court was held that mutaah is a consolatory gift from the husband to the wife. The wife may claim for mutaah on the divorced which not defect on the part of her, or divorced injustly. The payment of mutaah also is to help the wife on the living after she had been divorced by the husband.

In the other reported cases, the wife had claimed for mutaah after she had been divorced by the husband. On the defence, the husband stated he had been forced to married with the wife as the displinary action on him. The husband also mention that the wife on the period of marriage failed to do the house duty where she can’t cook and washing his clothes. The court held, even though the wife had failed on her duty, she still has the right for mutaah as a consolatory gift.

Furthermore, on the reported cases, the wife had made a claimed to the husband. On the defence, the husband mention that the wife also failed to the duty of household where he will keeping his bed room by his own and also the wife had failed for cooking meals on him. By the cause of that, he had refuses to paying the mutaah. But, the court held that, the mutaah is a gift to the divorced wife and she has the right for the claiming.

 For the conclusion, by refering those cases and Zarul’s case, as a wife, Zarina has the right for the claimed of mutaah upon Zarul where they had living together for a certain period of time. As a husband, Zarul must giving or on his duty to give the mutaah or a consolatory gift to Zarina even though the amount is not too much.

[Marks earned: One (1) out of Twenty (20)]

where the wife had claimed for mutaat after left:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

 

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050643

The fact of this case Zarina and her husband, Zarul and both of them are Syafie sect. Zarina at the period of marriage was uncooperative and left her matrimonial home. The issue here, whether Zarina has the right to claimed for Mutaah.

According to section 2 of interpretation Islamic Family Law Act 1984, “mutaah” refer to consolatory gift that is reasonable according to hukum Syara’, given to a divorced wife.

Refer to the case Haji Ali v Aishah where the wife had claimed for mutaat after left the matrimonial home by the reason diffirnt opinion with the first wife. On the defence, the husband claimed that the wife refuse to comeback when he applied for it. The learned Judge on this case had made an issues, whether the nusyuz had been applied upon the wife and whether the husband had capability for the mutaah, where at that time he was ill and jobless. Then, the Judge had made the decision by stated eventhough the wife had nusyuz upon the husband, she still have the right on claiming the mutaah.

According to Section 56 of the same act, a woman who had been divorced without just may apply for the court to mutaah.

On the reported cases, the court was held that mutaah is a consolatory gift from the husband to the wife. The wife may claim for mutaah on the divorced which not defect on the part of her, or divorced injustly. The payment of mutaah also is to help the wife on the living after she had been divorced by the husband.

In the other reported cases, the wife had claimed for mutaah after she had been divorced by the husband. On the defence, the husband stated he had been forced to married with the wife as the displinary action on him. The husband also mention that the wife on the period of marriage failed to do the house duty where she can’t cook and washing his clothes. The court held, even though the wife had failed on her duty, she still has the right for mutaah as a consolatory gift.

Furthermore, on the reported cases, the wife had made a claimed to the husband. On the defence, the husband mention that the wife also failed to the duty of household where he will keeping his bed room by his own and also the wife had failed for cooking meals on him. By the cause of that, he had refuses to paying the mutaah. But, the court held that, the mutaah is a gift to the divorced wife and she has the right for the claiming.

 For the conclusion, by refering those cases and Zarul’s case, as a wife, Zarina has the right for the claimed of mutaah upon Zarul where they had living together for a certain period of time. As a husband, Zarul must giving or on his duty to give the mutaah or a consolatory gift to Zarina even though the amount is not too much.

[Marks earned: One (1) out of Twenty (20)]

“mutaah” refer to consolatory gift:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

 

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050643

The fact of this case Zarina and her husband, Zarul and both of them are Syafie sect. Zarina at the period of marriage was uncooperative and left her matrimonial home. The issue here, whether Zarina has the right to claimed for Mutaah.

According to section 2 of interpretation Islamic Family Law Act 1984, “mutaah” refer to consolatory gift that is reasonable according to hukum Syara’, given to a divorced wife.

Refer to the case Haji Ali v Aishah where the wife had claimed for mutaat after left the matrimonial home by the reason diffirnt opinion with the first wife. On the defence, the husband claimed that the wife refuse to comeback when he applied for it. The learned Judge on this case had made an issues, whether the nusyuz had been applied upon the wife and whether the husband had capability for the mutaah, where at that time he was ill and jobless. Then, the Judge had made the decision by stated eventhough the wife had nusyuz upon the husband, she still have the right on claiming the mutaah.

According to Section 56 of the same act, a woman who had been divorced without just may apply for the court to mutaah.

On the reported cases, the court was held that mutaah is a consolatory gift from the husband to the wife. The wife may claim for mutaah on the divorced which not defect on the part of her, or divorced injustly. The payment of mutaah also is to help the wife on the living after she had been divorced by the husband.

In the other reported cases, the wife had claimed for mutaah after she had been divorced by the husband. On the defence, the husband stated he had been forced to married with the wife as the displinary action on him. The husband also mention that the wife on the period of marriage failed to do the house duty where she can’t cook and washing his clothes. The court held, even though the wife had failed on her duty, she still has the right for mutaah as a consolatory gift.

Furthermore, on the reported cases, the wife had made a claimed to the husband. On the defence, the husband mention that the wife also failed to the duty of household where he will keeping his bed room by his own and also the wife had failed for cooking meals on him. By the cause of that, he had refuses to paying the mutaah. But, the court held that, the mutaah is a gift to the divorced wife and she has the right for the claiming.

 For the conclusion, by refering those cases and Zarul’s case, as a wife, Zarina has the right for the claimed of mutaah upon Zarul where they had living together for a certain period of time. As a husband, Zarul must giving or on his duty to give the mutaah or a consolatory gift to Zarina even though the amount is not too much.

[Marks earned: One (1) out of Twenty (20)]

whether Zarina has the right to claimed for Mutaah:World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

 

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050643

The fact of this case Zarina and her husband, Zarul and both of them are Syafie sect. Zarina at the period of marriage was uncooperative and left her matrimonial home. The issue here, whether Zarina has the right to claimed for Mutaah.

According to section 2 of interpretation Islamic Family Law Act 1984, “mutaah” refer to consolatory gift that is reasonable according to hukum Syara’, given to a divorced wife.

Refer to the case Haji Ali v Aishah where the wife had claimed for mutaat after left the matrimonial home by the reason diffirnt opinion with the first wife. On the defence, the husband claimed that the wife refuse to comeback when he applied for it. The learned Judge on this case had made an issues, whether the nusyuz had been applied upon the wife and whether the husband had capability for the mutaah, where at that time he was ill and jobless. Then, the Judge had made the decision by stated eventhough the wife had nusyuz upon the husband, she still have the right on claiming the mutaah.

According to Section 56 of the same act, a woman who had been divorced without just may apply for the court to mutaah.

On the reported cases, the court was held that mutaah is a consolatory gift from the husband to the wife. The wife may claim for mutaah on the divorced which not defect on the part of her, or divorced injustly. The payment of mutaah also is to help the wife on the living after she had been divorced by the husband.

In the other reported cases, the wife had claimed for mutaah after she had been divorced by the husband. On the defence, the husband stated he had been forced to married with the wife as the displinary action on him. The husband also mention that the wife on the period of marriage failed to do the house duty where she can’t cook and washing his clothes. The court held, even though the wife had failed on her duty, she still has the right for mutaah as a consolatory gift.

Furthermore, on the reported cases, the wife had made a claimed to the husband. On the defence, the husband mention that the wife also failed to the duty of household where he will keeping his bed room by his own and also the wife had failed for cooking meals on him. By the cause of that, he had refuses to paying the mutaah. But, the court held that, the mutaah is a gift to the divorced wife and she has the right for the claiming.

 For the conclusion, by refering those cases and Zarul’s case, as a wife, Zarina has the right for the claimed of mutaah upon Zarul where they had living together for a certain period of time. As a husband, Zarul must giving or on his duty to give the mutaah or a consolatory gift to Zarina even though the amount is not too much.

[Marks earned: One (1) out of Twenty (20)]

The one-third division is for the indirectly contribution :World Class Higher Education in Malaysia: USIM Third Year LAW Undergraduate

 

Sample answer by USIM LAW undergraduate 1050612

Yes, the civil court have the jurisdiction to preside over claims for Harta Sepencarian among Muslims. It has been proved by two leading cases which the civil court has preside over claims for Harta Sepencarian. The case is Roberts @ Kamarulzaman v Umi Khatthum and Boto v Jaafar.

In Roberts @ Kamarulzaman v Umi Khalthum, the spouses had bought a matrimonial home for RM50,000. The husband contribute RM40,000 and the wife RM10,000. The house was named under the wife. After the dissolution of marriage or divorce, the husband apply that the house to be divided equally among them. The wife was not agree to this claims. The court held that the asset must be divided equally among them.
In Boto v Jaafar, the husband and wife was marry in 1966. During the subsistence of marriage, they was bought a house, a piece of land, four fishing boats and one fish stall. The husband run a fishing business. After the divorce, the wife was claim the Harta Sepencarian.

Salleh Abas CJ held that the assets must be divided among them although the wife was not contribute to bought that assets. The wife was give an indirect contribution as she responsible to keep the peace of mind of to her husband to run the fishing business with proper sense. The court held that one-third of the assets was divide to the plaintiff and two-third for the defendant. The one-third division is for the indirectly contribution by the plaintiff to support the plaintiff’s fishing business.
[Marks earned: Zero (0) out of Eleven(11)]