Legal Framework

Jordon Legal Framework

This chapter contains an outline of the legal framework in which local and foreign investors operate including an examination of the approval criteria for real estate and property transactions in Jordan and a breakdown of the first Islamic Finance Sukuk Law, enacted in late 2012, which addresses the issuance of sukuk (sharia-compliant bonds) of all forms.

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