مرور الزمان في المعاملات المدنية: مقارنة بين القانونين المدنيين العماني و المصري على ضوء الفقه الإسلامي
Iyad Mohammad Jadalhaq
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This research deals with the case in which the creditor claims the loan after the expiration date. It seeks to compare between the Civil Transactions Code of Oman and the Egyptian Civil Code. The paper argues that the Civil Transactions Code of Oman is influenced by the Islamic legal thought; while the Egyptian is influenced more by the Latin legal thought. The Islamic influnce in Oman can be seen at the provision that allows the legal process after the expiration date. The creditor may bring his case to the court to sue the debtor. While the Latin influnce in Egypt can be found on the rule that does not allow the legal process after the expiration date. The creditor loses his right when he does not claim the debt during the agreed period.