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46 If The Deceased Should Leave Children Who Are Under Age






their share
of the inheritance must be entrusted to a reliable individual 27


The word amin, translated in this paragraph as reliable individual and
trustee, conveys in Arabic a wide range of meanings connected
principally with the idea of trustworthiness, but signifying also such
qualities as reliability, loyalty, faithfulness, uprightness, honesty, and
so forth. Used in legal parlance amin denotes, among other things, a
trustee, guarantor, custodian, guardian, and keeper.





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