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Ruling 2367

It is not valid if a child, insane person, or someone who has been proclaimed bankrupt (mufallas) or is foolish with finances (safīh)1 lends out his property. However, if the guardian (walī) deems it a matter of primary importance and lends out property belonging to someone over whom he has guardianship (wilāyah), it is not a problem. Similarly, there is no problem in a child merely being an intermediary for delivering the property to the borrower.
 
1 Ruling 2091 provides further clarification of this term: it refers to someone who spends his wealth in futile tasks.