ISLAMIC LEGAL PERSPECTIVE ON CUSTOMARY MARRIAGE (Riau Malay Traditional Marriage Procession)
This article describes the Review of Islamic Law against Riau Malay Customary Marriage. Marriage can be verified if: fulfilment of the Pillars and Conditions in it is in accordance with Islamic law. Unlike in the Bencah Kelubi Village area, Kampar Regency, when a man or woman wants to hold a marriage, it is mandatory to hold a marriage using a series of traditional Malay marriage processions. This article uses a kind of descriptive research Analysis, which is to analyze legal principles that are used as customary law and are used as customs in an area and actually occur in the field which refers to primary data and secondary data in the indigenous Malay community of Riau, especially in the Bencah Kelubi Village area, Kampar Regency, Riau Province. The results of this article include, the marriage procession of the Riau Malay Custom, especially in Bencah Kelubi Village through 12 (twelve) processions of traditional activities starting with Merisik and ending with the day of worshipping in-laws. Review of Islamic Law on Riau Malay Customary Marriage in Bencah Kelubi Village, Kampar Regency, the law is Mubah.