A father is the male parent of a child. Besides the paternal bonds of a father to his children, the father may have a parental, legal, and social relationship with the child that carries with it certain rights and obligations.
Never cause your father or mother any disturbance or inconvenience, no matter how much worldly benefits you expect to get. Any inconvenience to any of your parents will lead you to disastrous consequences.
If all who are entitled in the inheritance agree to leave their shares in the house and keep the house for the common use of the family, then it is for them to do that. If any one from them objects in that, others must give him his share from the house.
Yes, Islamically there would be no problem for her to wear such clothes, as long as there is no cultural issue that sees this to be inapproproiate.
It might be the case that from a shar'i perspective something is permissible, but within the context of a culture, it is seen in a different way, and therefore one should also take that into consideration.
And Allah knows best
Such statement can be because of anger and he might repent later. He should be asked again when his daughter is about to get married. If he says then that he is not concerned, then his father ( her paternal grand father) should be asked. If he is not alive or not available, then she can decide her marriage by herself.
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.
If you have agreed to the Mahr which was suggested by your husband or father-in-law, then it is valid Nikah. But if you rejected the Mahr before the recitation of the Nikah, you need to recite the Nikah again with an agreed Mahr between you and your husband.
No matter how bad, abusive and insulting your father is, you must tolerate and behave well with him. He is not worse that a Kafir parent, and we read in Quran and Hadeeth to treat non Muslim parents nicely and talk to them nicely.
Never alter a word which can make him unhappy.
Be patient and tolerant whatever he says.
Your reward will be great iA.
It depends on the father's statement whether he meant giving her the full choice to marry whom ever she selects in Nikah or Mut'ah marriage.
If he was meaning permanent marriage Nikah only, then she still needs her father's permission for Mut'ah.
First if all you should have concrete evidence against that person before accusing him of doing black magic, then another concrete evidence that he is doing it against your father. Before have such concrete evidence against that person, you might fall in a major sin of putting allegation on that person.
You have no right to tell any one about what you think about that person before having the concrete evidence against him.
As far as the black magic which you think is done against your father and his family, the remedy is the same whether it was really done by any one or not. Even if it was not done, it is useful to protect your family by the same recitations which are: Sura Al-Falaq and Sura A-Naas to be recited after every prayer and before going to bed three times, as well as Ayatul Kursi. Sadaqa is also very useful in protection from evil.
It is not allowed at all to cause any type of insult or disrespect to your parents. You should always serve your parents, and not to ask them to work at home.
We should treat and serve our parents with full respect like we treat and serve a king or a queen. Obviously, you will never ask a king or a queen to help with housework.
Virgin girl does need her father's permission for her marriage if her father is a Muslim and does not reject the marriage for un Islamic reasons. Your father does not need to attend your Nikah but he must agree on it if it is your first marriage.
There are certain cases when this condition becomes void like when you need the marriage to save yourself from sinful act, and your father is refusing the marriage for reasons which are invalid in Islam.
You may want to look on youtube at videos on narcissistic personality disorder. Rages can be a symptom of that. There are coaches on-line that teach you how to protect yourself. I can recommend Dr Ramani, Anna Runkle, and Dr Daniel Fox. Look up the 'grey rock' method. Also be careful that you are not being used emotionally by your mother as a 'flying monkey', or that you are being 'parentified' (i.e. your mother is the child and you are the parent that feels you have to protect her). Not saying that this is happening, but it is something to be aware of.