The legal nature of blood money in view of the Islamic Penal Code in Iran for the year 1392
Keywords:blood money, punishment, Compensation for loss, dual essence
One of the most important issues for discussion in jurisprudence and law is the evaluation of the nature of blood money as an acceptable legal nature in Islam, in which the legislative authority did not adopt a single nature for blood money in different legislative periods due to differences between jurists and lawyers, and this led to confusion in the courts. In jurisprudential and legal sources, some consider blood money as a form of punishment. Some see it as a kind of reparation for civil loss, and some see blood money as having a dual nature. In the Islamic Penal Code of Iran, which was approved in 1392, the direction of the legislature is to accept blood money as a dual nature.
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