Book Review ‘Islamic Inheritance Law: Implementation in Malaysia’ (Malay Version)

Uqbah Iqbal

Written by Mohd Zamro Muda and Mohd Ridzuan Awang, this book is a very good effort to be given disseminated to the students. Currently, the general public are very interested to learn and practice the Islamic law, especially matters concerning related to inheritance. Therefore, the authors of this book hope that this book will be should be considered as one of a key reference for students and those who wanted to deepen their knowledge related to Islamic inheritance law. This book is a book that touches two aspects, namely the Islamic inheritance law is provided by using a style that is easy to understand with examples of case resolution. Secondly, this book discusses the implementation of Islamic inheritance law in the context of administration in Malaysia, whether in connection with a small estate, inheritance and estate of the brief. These three types of inheritance are administered by the Division of Small Estate, Amanah Raya Berhad or the Civil High Court, according to the Small Estates (Distribution) Act 1955 or the Probate and Administration Act 1959. Both of these laws were passed by parliament and enforceable against the estate of Muslims and non- Muslims in Malaysia.