Learning from the late Uje, Debt is passed on to the family?

Jakarta, Armfalcon.com – Ustadz Jefri Al Buchori (Uje)’s son, Mohammad Abidzar Al-ghifari’s interview with artist Denny Sumargo immediately went viral.

In the interview, it was revealed that the economic condition of the Uje family had fallen apart since Uje left.

Abidzar said that he was pressured to get involved and have a career in the entertainment world because he could not bear to see his mother, who was the main breadwinner supporting her children.

Denny Sumargo also asked how difficult the family’s economic condition was after Uje at that time. Abidzar also said that from the beginning Uje was not very open about the economy with his wife, both regarding income and expenditure issues.

Abidzar also said that there was a credit debt that was proposed by the late Uje. Because there was one problem that Abidzar couldn’t talk about which caused almost all of the family’s savings to disappear and Uje was left with only two savings that his family couldn’t access.

This is because Abidzar’s mother, Pipik Dian Irawati Popon (Umi Pipik), did not know her pin number.

“Finally, my mother was the one who fought alone, finished (paid off) the car, finished this, father’s motorbike,” said Abidzar at CURHAT BANG Denny Sumargo, (7/4).

When receiving an inheritance, the heirs will also receive debt

As written in the book written by J. Satrio, Inheritance law, Inheritance is wealth in the form of a complex of assets and liabilities of the heir which is transferred to the heirs.

So it can be interpreted that, if someone receives an inheritance from an heir, he will not only receive the property, but also bear the debt of the heir.

However, Article 1045 of the Civil Code states that, no one is required to receive an inheritance that falls into his hands.

Refusal of inheritance is regulated in Article 1057 of the Civil Code, it is stated that the person who refuses must make a firm refusal by giving a statement made at the clerk’s office of the District Court in whose jurisdiction the inheritance is open.

In essence, when a person does not want to accept the heir’s debt, he is also not entitled to the inheritance.

So what about debt in Islamic inheritance law?

Reporting from Online Law, legal expert Prof. Muhammad Tahir Azhary said that refusing inheritance only applies to Western inheritance law or the Civil Code. In Islamic Inheritance Law, heirs may not refuse inheritance.

In the process of distributing inheritance through Islamic Inheritance Law, the assets divided are of course automatically reduced by the amount owed by the heir and funeral expenses.

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