الإثنين 2 ذو القعدة 1439
Monday Dhul-Qadah 2 1439
Monday 16 July 2018

More on Khiyarush Shart - the right to return goods

More on Khiyarush Shart - the right to return goods

A woman says: "My mother has the right - if she says that I should keep it, I will do so, if not, I will return it." This is permissible. This woman or her mother can return the item within three days. If this woman or her mother come and inform the seller that she has decided to keep the item, this right will now be forfeited and the item cannot be returned.

A person takes two or three pieces of cloth and says: "I have the right for three days. Whichever one I like, I will pay R10 per piece and keep it." This is permissible and he can select one piece of cloth within three days. But if the person takes four or five pieces of cloth (i.e. more than three) and says that he will select one from them, this transaction will be invalid.

A person had stipulated the right to return the item within three days. Thereafter, he began using it at home, e.g. if it is something that is used to cover himself, he began covering himself with it. If it is something that is worn he began wearing it. If it is something to lay out, he began laying it out. In all these cases, the right to return the item will now be forfeited.

However, if a person uses an item merely to see whether it is suitable or not, e.g. a woman purchases a dress, sheet or carpet. Thereafter, she puts on the dress to check whether it fits her well or not and removes it immediately thereafter, wraps the sheet around her to check whether its length and width is suitable or not, or spreads the carpet to see whether its length and breadth is suitable or not. In all these cases, she still has the right to return these items if she wishes to do so.

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