عنوان مقاله [English]
نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
One of the serious gaps regarding the interest-free banking law is that it neglects the issue of non-current receivables and doesn't provide us with jurisprudential methods for its management, while one may suggest, on the basis of rich Islamic jurisprudence, several obligatory solutions for preventing and treating the problem of non-current receivables, as well as motivational and moral solutions.
In this paper, the author tries to investigate the issue of legislative gap regarding non-current receivables and, examining the status quo, offers some concrete suggestions for a new chapter being added to the interest-free banking law. It seems that introducing this paper's findings, as obligatory and persuasive legal articles and clauses, into the interest-free banking law may lead to, first, the law being reinforced, second, the legality of methods applied in the Iranian banking system regarding the issue of non-current receivables being augmented, third, the central bank's supervisory measures being improved, and forth, the interventions of non-specialist institutions in the banking activities being prevented, all of which eventually set the scene for the non-current receivables being reduced.