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3- Making a will regarding pilgrimage

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  • 75

    A person may die without having performed obligatory pilgrimage; they may leave debts and liability of khums and zakah; their estate is not sufficient to discharge all these obligations.If the funds for such religious dues payable on the …

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  • 91

    If there were numerous agents available, the one who should be chosen must be on the basis of the deceased stature. Accordingly, it is permissible to pay a higher remuneration. Evidently, that is so, even though the wage …

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  • 76

    If a person dies without having performed obligatory pilgrimage, it is not permissible for the heirs to have a free hand in his estate, without first meeting the expenses of the pilgrimage, irrespective of whether or not the …

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  • 92

    Whether the appointment of the agent is obligatory from the country of the deceased or Meqat is determined by the `mujtahid’ followed by the heir or the heir’s `ijtihad’ and not that of the deceased. If the faith …

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  • 77

    If a person dies without having performed obligatory pilgrimage and his estate is not sufficient to meet the expenses of having it performed, the available assets must be used to repay the debts, and khums and zakah; the …

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  • 93

    If the pilgrimage had become obligatory on a deceased person who does not leave any estate, it is not obligatory on the heir to appoint an agent; however, it is meritorious, especially for his relatives, to do so.

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  • 78

    If a person dies without having performed obligatory pilgrimage, it is not necessary to pay for the expenses of the pilgrimage from the country of residence of the deceased.It is sufficient to pay from the Meqat. Indeed, it …

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  • 94

    If the will of the deceased stipulates that an obligatory pilgrimage be performed on his behalf, and it becomes known that it was Hajjatul Islam, the expenses incurred must be paid from the gross estate, unless he has …

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  • 79

    If a person dies without having performed obligatory pilgrimage, it, as a matter of precaution (al ahwat), is mandatory to have it performed in the same year the person died. If it is not possible to hire an …

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  • 95

    If the will of the deceased stipulates that an obligatory pilgrimage be performed on his behalf by a particular person, it is obligatory to comply with the instruction. If the nominated person does not accept the appointment except …

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