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Bismillah

Thank you for your question. Jurisprudence according to the school of Ahl al-Bayt is sometimes referred to as Ja'fari fiqh due to its basis primarily in the copious traditions narrated from Imams al-Baqir and al-Sadiq. While Imam al-Sadiq (as) did not write any books, he expounded jurisprudence in many reports that are narrated from him in mos matters of jurisprudence.

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Bismillah

Thank you for your question. This work is not considered to be sufficient in terms of authenticity, and the ascriptions cannot be taken at face value, although it is possible for someone experienced in the field to make use of some of the concepts if they appear in traditions that are of a higher value in terms of authenticity.

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No. We don't have any authentic narration in this meaning. This narration is fabricated for political reasons and has no value in the eyes of scholars who researched the chain of the narrators. It is narrated from Abdul Azeez ibn Muhammad al-Azdi  who is unknown narrator even among Sunni scholars. (Lisaan al-Meezan 2:32).

Muhammad son of Abu Bakr was a pious follower of Ahlul Bayt (AS).

Wassalam.

Our scholars study the chain of narrators and the text of every narration to assess the authenticity of it. We do not say that all narrations claimed to be from Imam Jafar Al-Sadiq (AS) are authentic. 

Wassalam.