Property, in the abstract, is what belongs to or with something, whether as an attribute or as a component of said thing. In the context of this article, it is one or more components (rather than attributes), whether physical or incorporeal, of a person's estate; or so belonging to, as in being owned by, a person or jointly a group of people or a legal entity like a corporation or even a society. Depending on the nature of the property, an owner of property has the right to consume, alter, share, redefine, rent, mortgage, pawn, sell, exchange, transfer, give away or destroy it, or to exclude others from doing these things, as well as to perhaps abandon it; whereas regardless of the nature of the property, the owner thereof has the right to properly use it (as a durable, mean or factor, or whatever), or at the very least exclusively keep it.
You should politely remind your father. You can also inform family members who are concerned and make them aware of the reality of your share in the property. You need to be careful not to cause any insult or harm to the feelings of your father, even if you leave your share for him.
After removing the share of living parent if any, and any loan or will of the deceased, the remaining should be divided into six equal shares, two shares for the son, and one share for every daughter.
Thank you for your question. The space between two objects is not an object, while at the same time it is filled with tiny objects such as atoms, microbes etc. An object is a 3 dimentional body, and the space between objects is the space between their limitations. However, just because it is not an object doesn't mean that it doesn't exist as part of the corporeal world. Existence is reality and so since the space exists it is real, even if we do not classify space as a body or an object.
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No share for the deceased son or daughter nor to their children after them as far as they died before their parents. When a person dies leaving his own children, and grandchildren, direct children only have the right to inherit from him as far as they were alive when the parent died. Those who died before their parents have no right in inheritance unless all the children have dies before their parents, then their children will inherit from their grand parents because no direct son or daughter are alive.
No one has any right in inheriting from this man but his own two daughters and his wife if she was alive when he passed away. Wife should get one eighth and rest should be equally divided between the two daughters. If no wife was alive when he passed away, then all the property and wealth should be dived equally between his two daughters only. No one else from the relatives is entitled for any inheritance from him. This is according to Ahlul Bayt (AS) who have the real teachings of the Prophet (SAWA). Sunni brothers have something different which prevents the daughters and give to other male relatives, which is away from Quran and Real Sunnah.
A woman is not required to marry a man just because he wants to marry her. She is also not required to give a reason for refusing. Marriage is optional.
The opposite is also true - that is, a man is not required to marry a woman just because she wants to marry him, and he is also not required to give a reason for refusing.
The idea a woman must give her life over to a man simply because he asks - unless she had a reasonable excuse - would indeed be an astonishing form of male privilege.
Main criteria for marriage in Islam is religious practice and good morals. Financial status is not among the main conditions. In fact the Prophet (SAWA) proposed a marriage between very poor person ( Jowaibir) and a very rich woman (Al-Dhalfaa').
The man should be able to earn livelihood for him and his wife and live with his wife with dignity.
The property where you reside at as your home is exempted from Khums as far as you reside at it. The property which became a rental property must be calculated in your Khums.
In a word, 'no'. He is not allowed to do that. It is hoped that the couple can work toward understanding one another better, and sincerely find a solution that satisfies both parties.
Yes it is permissible as far as the ownership is properly obtained. The rental income from such properly owned or even properly mortgaged will be then permissible as well.
Yes it is a Waqf if it was said orally by the person who was the owner. Registration is good but not a condition for validity.
You must keep on trying to reach to the real owner and return the parcel to them. If -after trying your best- you become sure that there is no hope at all to reach to the owners, then the item will be Majhool al-Maalik (unknown owner) which should be given to the poor on behalf of the owners.