Cost plus (Murabahah)
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Definition of "Cost plus (Murabahah)"

Refers to a sale of a good or property with an agreed profit against a deferred or a lump sum payment. There are two contracts in Murabahah: the first contract is between the client and the bank, whereas the second contract is between the bank and supplier. The client (purchaser) orders a certain commodity through the bank, the bank then buys the commodity from the supplier and sells it to the client with specified profit whereby the client can make a lump sum or a deferred payment to the bank.

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