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1 A man has an item in his possession and claims that a certain person left it as Wadi'ah in his care. Another man claims that he bought it from the same man. What is the ruling? 479
2 A man claims, "He stole that item from me," and produces evidence for that. The mudda'a 'alayhi says, "He left it as Wadi'ah by me,” if and produces evidence for that. Is the case dropped by the defendant's evidence? 562
3 If the mudda'a 'alayhi however says, "I bought it from a third party," does the claim of the mudda'i remain? 672
4 A man claims an item from another. The mudda’a ‘alayhi says, “This item a third party left as Wadi'ah/ Rahn by me/ I usurped it from a third party." What is the ruling? 450
5 The mudda'i says, "I have evidence in the city which I shall present InshaAllaah." What should the judge do? 614
6 A man claims Qisas [retaliation] but the mudda’a 'alayhi denies it. How will this case be decided? 620
7 One claimant produces two witnesses and the other produces four. Will the first be preferred? 580
8 Two men each claim to have bought an item from each other and produce evidence to that effect. They have no dates. What is the ruling? 570
9 The one who does not have possession produces evidence of general ownership. The one who has it in his possession produces evidence that he bought it from him. What is the ruling? 455
10 Two men both claim to own a cloth and produce evidence that they owned it from its time of embroiding. The one has it in his possession and the other does not. Whose claim will be preferred? 473
11 Two men both claim to own a beast and produce evidence that they owned it from its birth. The one has.it in his possession and the other does not. Whose claim will be preferred? 375
12 One claimant does not have the item in his possession. The other claimant does. The first produces a date of ownership and the second produces an earlier date. Whose claim will be preferred? 352
13 If both claim to have bought it from a third party and both produce the same date, whose claim will be accepted? 583
14 If both claim to have bought it from a third party and both produce different dates, whose claim will be accepted? 518
15 If two parties who have not taken possession, make a general claim of ownership and produce different dates of ownership, whose claim will be accepted? 446
16 The one claims an item is collateral from Zayd and the other that it is a gift from Zayd. They take possession and both produce evidence. What is the ruling? 382
17 A man claims that he bought an item from another. A woman claims instead that he had married her for that as dowry. Both produce evidence. What is the ruling? 392
18 One man claims to have bought from a third party and another claims that that was gift to him from the third party. Both have taken possession from the third party. Neither can produce a date of sale or evidence. Who keeps the goods? 366
19 If two men both claim that they had bought a specific slave from a third party, and they produce evidence, what will the judge do? 557
20 What is the ruling if two men both claim to be married to the same woman and produce evidence to that effect? 533
 
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