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چینش :حروف الفباشماره مسئله
مسئله شماره 1636Treasure-Trove

Nisab of Treasure

Issue No. 1536- The taxable limit of a treasure is 105 mithqāls (362.88 gms) of silver if it is silver and 15 mithqāls [1](51.84 gms) of gold if it is gold. This means that if the value of anything found as treasure is equal to this amount, it will be obligatory to pay khums on it, but if it is less than that, it will not be obligatory to pay khums on it. And if its value is not equal to 15 mithqāls of gold, but is equal to 105 mithqāls of silver, it is still liable to khums, and the same rule applies to the contrary.

مسئله شماره 1537Treasure-Trove

Criterion for One Treasure-Trove and Several Treasure-Troves

Issue No. 1537- If a person finds wealth in a number of containers buried in one place, and its total value reaches the taxable limit, he should pay khums on it. However, if he finds several treasures at different places, khums is due on those whose value reaches the taxable limit, and it is not necessary to add them up.

مسئله شماره 1539Treasure-Trove

SharedTreasure-Troves

Issue No. 1539- If two or more people find a treasure, they will share it and they will act according to the agreement they have made; and if the share of each one of them reaches the taxable limit, it will be liable to khums.

مسئله شماره 1540Treasure-Trove

Valuables Property Found in Animal’s Gut

Issue No. 1540- If a person purchases an animal, and finds some wealth in its belly, and if he considers it probable that it could belong to the seller, he should, as an obligatory precaution, inform him about it, and if it turns out that it is not his, he should inform the previous owners, and if it turns out that it does not belong to any of them, it will become his own property and the recommended precaution is that he should pay its khums according to the rules prescribed for the khums of minerals, whether its value reaches a taxable limit or not.

مسئله شماره 1541Treasure-Trove

Gem in the Gut of a Fish

Issue No. 1541- If a person buys a fish and finds a jewel in its belly, it will become his property. Therefore, it will not be the property of the fisherman who caught the fish in the first place and sold it, nor will it be the property of the sellers before him. The recommended precaution is that this person should pay khums on it.

مسئله شماره 1543Halaal Property Mixed with Haraam Property

If the Amount of Halaal Property is Obvious

Issue No. 1543- If halal property gets mixed with haram property, and the person concerned knows the quantity of the haram property, for example, he knows that one-third of it is haram but the owner of the one-third is unknown to him, as an obligatory precaution, he should spend the one-third for a cause that both khums and ṣadaqa should be spent in (e.g., poor sayyids).

مسئله شماره 1544Halaal Property Mixed with Haraam Property

if the Owner of Haraam Property is Known

Issue No. 1544- If halal property gets mixed with haram property and the person concerned does not know the quantity of the haram property and yet knows its owner, they should make a compromise with each other. In case the owner of the property does not agree on the compromise, then, if he knows for sure that a certain quantity (for example one-fourth of the property) belongs to him, but he maintains doubt about more than that, it will suffice if he gives him the property about which he is sure belongs to him. However, as for more than that quantity regarding which he was doubtful, he should as a recommended precaution make a compromise with him or pay the amount.

مسئله شماره 1546Halaal Property Mixed with Haraam Property

Founding the Owner of haraam Property after Paying its Khums

Issue No. 1546- If a person pays the khums of a halal property mixed with haram and later, the owner shows up, the obligatory precaution is to give its equivalent to him. Similarly, if a property whose owner is not known, is given away with the intention of ṣadaqa on behalf of the owner, and the owner of that property is found later and does not give consent, one should give him the equivalent of what he has given away as ṣadaqa.

مسئله شماره 1549Gems Obtained by Sea Diving

Gems which are Extracted in partnership

Issue No. 1549- If jewels or gems are brought out of the sea by several people, it is not necessary that the share of each of them reach the taxable limit as an obligatory precaution, rather, if the total shares reach the taxable limit, khums should be paid on it.

مسئله شماره 1550Gems Obtained by Sea Diving

Extracting Gems from the Sea without Diving

Issue No. 1550- If a person takes out gems from the sea by means of some apparatus without diving or obtains them from the surface of the sea or from the sea-shore, in case its value, after deducting the costs, reaches the taxable limit, the obligatory precaution is to pay khums on it.

پایگاه اطلاع رسانی دفتر مرجع عالیقدر حضرت آیت الله العظمی مکارم شیرازی
سامانه پاسخگویی برخط(آنلاین) به سوالات شرعی و اعتقادی مقلدان حضرت آیت الله العظمی مکارم شیرازی
آیین رحمت - معارف اسلامی و پاسخ به شبهات کلامی
انتشارات امام علی علیه السلام
موسسه دارالإعلام لمدرسة اهل البیت (علیهم السلام)
خبرگزاری دفتر آیت الله العظمی مکارم شیرازی