Ijara financing is considered one of the most ingenious banking methods ever developed to meet the multiple and specific needs of a large number of customers. The sales and leaseback contract is probably at the forefront of all ijara contracts that promise quick and simple solutions for those who need money ready. An ijarah transaction consists of two elements: a sales contract and a lease agreement. You go out and find the property we want to buy on your behalf. They negotiate the price and other aspects of the purchase. They make a first serious payment of money to book the property. They ensure that the sales contract allows the bank to enter into the transaction as a buyer. The bank then buys the property. In conclusion, the bank enters into an agreement for the sale of the property at a fixed price – the purchase price paid by the bank, plus the transaction fee that you did not pay at the close. The property property is transferred to you after this price has been paid to the bank.
A payment plan will be established so that your payments are deferred over time in exchange for the rental of the property.  According to M.T. Usmani, “certain requirements of Shari`ah are often overlooked” in real-world ijarah transactions, such as when an unforeseen circumstance results in the destruction of the asset, but the tenant is required to continue to pay the rent, in violation of the principle that the lessor assumes responsibility for his property and offers all use to the tenant.  The two types of “Ijarah” are discussed in detail in the literature of Islamic jurisprudence, and each of them has its own rules. But for the purposes of this book, the second type of Ijarah is more relevant because it is generally used as a form of investment and as a type of financing. It is one of the most frequently concluded ijara contracts and is favoured by companies that are seeking financing to finance their equipment, machinery and certain forms of capital assets such as land and buildings. This form of ijara contract has many similarities to the conventional form of the financing lease.