She vowed to give one-quarter of her salary in charity – can she give it to her father who is poor?.
She vowed to fast for a month if Allaah caused her husband to mend his ways.
If he says to his wife: “You are haraam for me”.
He said to his wife: You will be haraam for me if you do such and such.
He offered kafaarat yameen in the form of cash; does he have to offer it again?.
She swore to leave her husband – what is the ruling on that?.
A vow does not become binding by mere intention.
He said to his wife: It is haraam for us to speak to one another if you go to such and such a place.
Is it permissible to swear oaths in buying and selling if one is sincere?.
If a person vows to offer a sacrifice for the poor, can he eat some of it?.
Is it permissible to swear a false oath in order to reconcile between two disputing parties?.
She vowed to give her jewellery in charity – can she give it to her sisters?.
She vowed to give all her wealth in charity but she owes zakaah. What should she do?.
He vowed to break the fast in Ramadaan.
She vowed to do Hajj but she has not done the obligatory Hajj.
He vowed to marry a certain girl then he did not fulfil his vow.
Is it permissible to give money instead of a vow, ‘aqeeqah or waleemah?.
He owes many expiations for breaking oaths (kafaarat yameen) but he does not know what some of them are.
Fasting is not sufficient when one is able to feed poor persons for kafaarat al-yameen.
He owes many expiations for breaking oaths (kafaarat yameen), and he does not know how to do it.