Sakk legal definition of Sakk
cheque (redirected from Sakk)
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cheque a BILL OF EXCHANGE drawn on a banker, payable on demand. A cheque operates as a mandate or authority to the drawee's bank to pay the party named as drawer and debit the account of its customer, the drawer. Cheques are essentially negotiable instruments and may be negotiated by indorsement. The Bills of Exchange Act 1882, however, provides that a cheque may be crossed. In this case the cheque should be presented for payment by a bank (rather than the person named as drawee). If accompanied by the words ‘not negotiable’, this has the effect that the cheque cannot be negotiated, and the words ‘account payee’ or ‘account payee only’ mean that the cheque cannot be passed on to another.
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Concepts like agency and trust originated at the feet of scholars in Baghdad and Cordoba, the instruments they created ranging from the Sakk
- from which the word cheque is derived - to the Suftaja (letter of credit), the Hawala (money transfer system), and the Mudaraba (investment partnership).
The conservative Noor Party said it supported Al AzharC[bar]s point of view that the possibility of selling the asset to repay the sakk
violated sharia law whereas the Muslim Brotherhood saw it as a political stance stemming from the desire for state assets and unrelated to sharia law.
(singulier de sukuk) correspond a un projet determine.