The following is a discussion of implementation-contract agreement used in Islamic insurance, in the form of contract-contract tijarah oriented commercial advantage considering Islamic insurance as well as a business component in praktit Islamic economics. Akad Tabarru ' Tabarru literally means charity or Berdema. In a broader sense tabarru is to do good without requirements. As in the term, tabarru is exerting every effort to provide property or benefit to others, either directly or future without any compensation, with the aim of kindness and charity actions. Tabarru legally fiqhiyah into the category of the grant agreement. In one definition of grants say Grants in the general sense is charity / bertabarru with treasures for the benefit of others in living conditions. Grants include gifts and charity If you give something with the intent taqarrub to God by giving wealth to the needy, then it is a Sadaqah As if he gives his property to another person with the intent to glorify the person, then it is a gift And if no intention to glorify the person Tabarru is very important in Islamic insurance contract. This is because the basic agreement on the operating system Takaful contract tabarru pad rests. Tabarru as previously explained, is part of the grant agreement. In the grant contract itself there are some terminology. In order to be characterized between the contract-the contract, the following differences between the contract and the contract tabarru other grants. Tabarru exert every effort to provide property or benefit to others, either directly or in the future without any compensation, with the aim of kindness and charity actions. Grants, charity with wealth for the benefit of others in living conditions. Testament, giving one person to another in akadkan when life and bequeath given after the death. Sadaqah, giving one person to another with no replacement is done because they want to earn the reward of Allah. A gift, a gift from one person to another with no replacement being done to glorify the person receiving the gift. Umra, giving something from one person to another, over the life of the recipient only. If the recipient dies, the item must be returned to the grantor or his heirs. Ruqba, an agreement between two people that anyone who dies first then his property to surviving. Athiyah, the granting of a person in a state of pain before death or it can also mean any form of administration.