Kang Hyun Se grew up without knowing his father. Due to the lack of fatherly love, he was recruited by a gang and became a third rate mobster. After his mother's death, he inherits a kindergarden, but he must go through a hundred days of training in order to get it, so he becomes an assistant teacher under a kindergarden teacher Yoo Mi Rae and they develop romantic feelings for one another. However, the kindergarden property sits in the middle of an proposed amusement park development, called "Rainbow Park". Hyun Se's boss needs the money from the construction company so he is manipulating Hyun Se's hatred towards his father and threatens Hyun Se's father with the kindergarden Hyun Se has. Little does Hyun Se know that Choi Shi Wan, who is the ex-boyfriend of Yoo Mi Rae, struck a dirty deal with Hyun Se's boss and is trying to outscore everyone.
Runtime: 65 minutes
Great Inheritance - Islamic inheritance jurisprudence - Netflix
Islamic Inheritance jurisprudence is a field of Islamic jurisprudence (Arabic: فقه) that deals with inheritance, a topic that is prominently dealt with in the Qur'an. It is often called Mīrāth, and its branch of Islamic law is technically known as ʿulm al-farāʾiḍ (Arabic: علم الفرائض, “the science of the ordained quotas”). All Muslims are to follow and implement the rules of Islamic inheritance.
Great Inheritance - Different types of heirs - Netflix
Heirs referred to as primary heirs are always entitled to a share of the inheritance, they are never totally excluded. These primary heirs consist of the spouse relict, both parents, the son and the daughter. All remaining heirs can be totally excluded by the presence of other heirs. But under certain circumstances, other heirs can also inherit as residuaries, namely the father, paternal grandfather, daughter, agnatic granddaughter, full sister, consanguine sister and mother. Those who inherit are usually confined to three groups: Quota-heirs (dhawu al-farāʾḍ), usually include daughters, parents, grandparents, husband and wife/ wives, brothers and sisters, and others. This group usually take a designated share or quota of the estates. Members of the ʿaṣaba (residuaries), usually a combination of male (and sometimes female) relatives that inherit as residuaries after the shares of the Quota-heirs is distributed. In case a person leaves no direct relatives and there is no ʿuṣaba, his property escheats to the state treasury, Bayt al-mal.
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