An individual does not have a yearly account for khums and now he wants to pay khums and have a yearly account. He has been in debt from the time of his marriage up to now. How should he account for the khums?
A person owns a property (land/house) which is liable to khums. Can he pay its khums from his annual income, or must he first pay khums on the profits and then pay the khums from the remainder of the profits after khums is paid?
Apparently your Eminency’s fatwā requires one to wipe the feet up to the ankle. Assuming one had previously wiped only up to the feet’s bony protuberances, ought he/she to compensate for those prayers that had been performed upon such a wuḍū’?
A person did not know the rule. During wuḍū’, he used to open/close the wet faucet while washing face and hands. We know that wiping head/feet with non-wuḍū’ water invalidates wuḍū’. Are payers said in this situation valid?
Someone earns a lot of money (as business profit or rent deposit) just before the end of khums year. Can he consider a separate khums year for it or he should pay khums on them at the end of his khums year?