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1 A man vowed not to speak to a certain person's slave or enter his house. The person then sold the slave and the man spoke to him, or he sold the house and the man entered it. Has his vow been broken? 549
2 A man vowed not to speak to a certain person's wife." That person then divorced her and he spoke to her. Has his vow been broken? 582
3 A man vowed not to speak to, "this youngster." He then spoke to him when he became an old man. Has his vow been broken? 660
4 A man vowed not to speak to "the owner of this shawl." The owner then sold it and the man spoke to him. Has his vow been broken? 657
5 A man vowed not to speak to someone without his permission. He granted permission. The one making the vow did not know about the permission but spoke to him anyway. Is the oath broken? 521
6 A man vowed not to speak to another. He then spoke to him at a distance where he would be able to hear, but was sleeping. What is the ruling? 580
7 What do the three Imaams say about an oath not to speak for “months"? 675
8 And if he vowed not to speak for "days"? 638
9 And if he vowed for a Dahr [era]? 712
10 A man vowed not to speak to someone for a Hin/ Zaman [while]. How long is that? 702
11 A man vowed not to speak. He then recited the Quraan in Salah. Is the oath broken? 591