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What to do when you find an unclaimed (lost) property: The first thing you have to do if an unclaimed object comes in your custody is make a public announcement. Then wait for a year to see if the owner returns. If he doesn't you can utilize it. Sahih Al-Bukhari Volume 3, Book 42, Hadith 609: Narrated Zaid bin Khalid Al-Juhani: A Bedouin went to the Prophet ...


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The things those are not indicated as haram by Qur'an or Sunnah, are all permissible/Halal. There are no hadith or verse of Qur'an that restricts leasing/renting your property. First, you need to understand what is 'Rent' and what is 'Interest'. Renting and interest differ from each other by these aspects: A) Interest Interest comes out from ...


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The contract is originally a rent contract with one term. The term is after paying all duties(your monthly payment and other things) the landlord will sell it to you by Hiba. This is accepted by all Ulama. Here is the English article about this And If you can read Arabic you go to this book الاجارة المنتهیة بالتملیک و صکوک الاعیان الموجرة/ دکتر منذر قحف ...


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From what I searched, it seems that it is okay to do so as long as that gold to be rented is not consumable, and will be returned as it is. Most of those fatwas I read deals with the issue of renting jeweleries for wedding ceremonies. My understanding here and thus emphasize is that it should be returned as it is in the sense of same thing, not same value. ...


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short answer no it is not prohibited but remember prophet Muhammed(pbuh)'s hadeeth (quote): {A woman was punished because she imprisoned a cat until it died. On account of this, she was doomed to Hell. While she imprisoned it, she did not give the cat food or drink, nor did she free it to eat from the earth.} also: He also said that a man gave a very thirsty ...


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Although it's not exactly the same as entering an abandoned building, there's a Qur'an verse which describes how one should enter another's house: O you who have believed, do not enter houses other than your own houses until you ascertain welcome and greet their inhabitants. That is best for you; perhaps you will be reminded. Qur'an 24:27 Here we need ...


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What al-islam.org writes from the shi'a perspective seems to be broadly the same from a sunni perspective. islamweb.net (which I've read is an affiliate of islamQA, but I couldn't find any evidence of that) says Irrespective how rich the wife is, the duty to give lodging, boarding, clothing and look after the financial aspects of the wife remains that of ...


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Disclaimer: this is a result of my research, and it might be wrong. As the reference points out, inheritance issues should be dealt with in courts. A married women is inherited by her husband, children, and her parents. If her parents are not alive, her grandparents from father side come instead for inheritance. Parents take 1/6 each (or grandparents), and ...


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Assalamu alaykom, All buy, sell, and rent contract has its own conditions and constraints. sometimes one condition will make the contract haram, for example here in my country Jordan many banks provide rent to buy contracts, the scholars said it's halal for some contracts that was giving by some banks, and it's haram for the other contracts unless they ...


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Waleikum As Salam If the intention is to sell the house for further investment then it is a form of business and you have to pay the zakah on the value of the house only after the completion of the 1 full year and not before it. If the house is for personal use then there is no zakah on it. For details please read this: https://islamqa.info/en/141551


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