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"While these financings are just small steps in supporting continuing recovery efforts, we are committed to finding flexible funding solutions to ensure that multifamily operators have the capital on hand to keep their properties fully occupied." Arbor worked in tandem with Puerto Rico-based Federico Gomez-Hernandez of FEGH
Capital to structure the transactions.
Although there are several interpretations of the Islamic laws, the generally accepted schools of Islamic jurisprudence are Maleki, Hanafi, Shafi and Hanbali along with jurisprudence that has been developed by jurists of the Shiite sect known as Fegh
Jafari (Jafari Jurisprudence) (3).
Roykard Keramat Mehvar be Fegh
Islami, Moaseseseh Nashr va Asar Emam Khomini, 1386.