LAW DEVELOPMENT OF WAQF AL-NUQUD (CASH WAQF) TOWARDS ELECTRONIC WAQF (E-WAQF) BASED ON PUBLIC WELFARE

Islamic Law

  • Ong Argo Victoria Reseacher of National Taiwan Normal University and Student’s Doctor of Law, Sultan Agung Islamic University in Semarang
Keywords: Law Development, Waqf Al-nuqud, E-Waqf, Welfare

Abstract

The modern era is identified with the era of the technology and the digital society. Every human activity will be driven through a series of digital technology system. For example everything is use electronic through the internet system such as identification number Electronic Identity Card (E-ID), Card payment toll road electronic (E-Toll), ATM, Personal Identification number (PIN), etc. all using the digital system. No exception waqf management innovation has also been happening in Islamic countries including Kuwait, Qatar, Emirates, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Turkey, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Singapore, and even Europe and America. Among the endowments with a paradigm shift arrangements progressive approach fairly fundamental law, among others, first, in the case of an asset in waqf no longer confined to immovable property, but also against movable property. Evidence used to reinforce this view, as formulated in Article 16 Paragraph (1) of Act No. 41 of 2004 on Endowments or Waqf, which reads “ the treasure can be used in waqf is immovable and also moving objects”, so it open the opportunity that te electonical waqf (E-Waqf) which use technology system can be applicated. This article aims to make an overview on the developing of law on waqf al-nuqud towards electronic waqf (e-waqf) to realize the public welfare especially for people of Indonesian country.

Published
2019-12-17
How to Cite
Victoria, O. (2019). LAW DEVELOPMENT OF WAQF AL-NUQUD (CASH WAQF) TOWARDS ELECTRONIC WAQF (E-WAQF) BASED ON PUBLIC WELFARE. INTERNATIONAL LAW REFORM JOURNAL, 1(1), 15-23. Retrieved from http://ejournal.aeji-institute.com/index.php/ILRJ/article/view/4