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If a currency is specified, but neither the type nor quantity is given (specified), what is the ruling of this type of sale?

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Asked on May 11, 2008 12:00 am
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If the currency is specified e.g. A person said >I bought from you (x Article) in exchange for silver (or gold or dinars or dirhams or rands or wheat), but neither type, nor quantity is specified, then such a sale is invalid. To specify quantity is an inherent condition of any sale. A sale will be valid if one says : > I have bought ( X article) in exchange for these (X amount) dirhams=, and he specifies the type, e.g. Misri (Egyptian) or Shaami (Syrian) dirhams and he specifies the quality, e.g. Perfectly minted or imperfect coins (Kitaabul Buyoo).
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Answered on May 11, 2008 12:00 am