This research, entitled: (Financing the possession of gold and silver jewelry in the form of Lease ending in ownership), includes two chapters, introduction and conclusion. The conclusion discussed the most important results and recommendations.
The first chapter discussed the concept of Lease ending in ownership, its forms and jurisprudential adaptation. The chapter shows that the best forms of lease is the lease associated with the promise of sale or the gift contact suspended on the conditions of paying all the rental installments.
The second chapter discussed the ruling on gold and silver leasing, the possibility of obtaining it through the form of Lease ending in ownership and the risks resulting from this transaction that the Islamic banks and financial institutions fear. This chapter also included appropriate legal solutions for these risks such as a warranty requirement on the tenant or securing these jewelries with cooperative insurance companies.
One of the most important results of the research is that, the form of Lease ending in ownership is a legitimate legal financing formula, through which gold and silver jewelry can be obtained, allowing Islamic banks to approve this form of lease and prepare the necessary contracts for purpose, with Warranty requirement on the tenant or securing these jewelries protect them from potential risks.