This study focuses on the fiqh aspect of the verses of ahkam which the Yemeni scholar Muhammad ibn Ali Al-Shavkani (d. 1250/1834) discuses in his revealing called Fethul-Qadir. For this purpose, the aspect of Shavkani's interpretation of verses on shariah laws along with exposing the method in his work while his revealing the verses of ahkam in Quran will be presented. In the same way, how Shavkani uses the evidences while explaining the provisions of the verses will be examined for this purpose. In the article, it was found out that Shavkani's interpretation was not based on a sect as a method of jurisprudence at the point of fiqh choice. The essence of this system of jurisprudence is that Shavkani defends all the books and calls people; the case-law calls for call and imitation. Another subject in the article is that Shavkani is not Zeydi. He lived among Zaydis, and even though he had received education from them, he opposed them in many issues, both methods and furu. Nevertheless, Şevkânî conveyed the views of many Zeydi famous scholars who fit his system in his books and made a wide choice in favor of this sect.
Al-Shawkani; Ahkam through; Tefsir;Method