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    The Formal Expression (¥ighah) of a Transaction
    2125. In a transaction, it is not necessary to utter its formal expression in Arabic. Therefore, if a seller for example says in English, “I have sold this property in return for this item,” and the buyer responds by saying, “I have accepted,” the transaction will be in order. However, the buyer and the seller must both have the intention of forming the transaction, in the sense that by uttering the above sentences, they wish to carry out a transaction.

    2126. If the formal expression is not used in a transaction, but both the buyer and seller have the intention of carrying out a transaction through the act of giving and receiving, the transaction will be valid and both will become owners (of the items exchanged).

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