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Does my daughter’s son inherit?

JAMIATUL ULAMA KZN DAILY Q&A Nasihah (Advice): Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said: “When two Muslims meet and shake hands, their sins are forgiven before they separate” (Abu Dawood, Hadith #: 5214, Narrated by al-Bara) NB. This applies to Mahrams and Muslims of the same gender. It is prohibited to shake …

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Inheriting from non-Muslim parents

JAMIATUL ULAMA KZN DAILY Q&A Nasihah (Advice): Adhere to the teachings of your mainstream Ulama Rasulullah (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) has said: “Adhere to the Jama’ah (mainstream Ulama and Ummah) and beware of finding your own way. For Shaitaan accompanies a lone person and he maintains a distance from two. Whoever …

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Leaving behind wealth for one’s heirs

JAMIATUL ULAMA KZN DAILY Q&A Announcement: Jamiat Perpetual Salaah timetables for Durban, South Africa can be collected free from the Jamiat head office, 223 Alpine Road, Durban. These are useful in determining Salaah, Suhoor and Iftaar times all year round. Nasihah (Advice): The reward of Fajr and Esha in congregation: …

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Asset division between spouses

Q. I’m married and I possess assets. My wife also possesses her own assets. However, there are certain items in the house that we both use jointly, like the furniture, crockery, etc. I fear that there will be confusion in ascertaining our assets upon our demise. Please advise me what …

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Bequeathing estate to spouse

Q. Me and my wife had a verbal agreement that if i should pass  away she becomes the owner of all what is left behind and vice versa, now that she passed away i am left with the little belongings etc and i would like to know if i am …

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