Pearl of Wisdom

'There are three things that are obligatory for a governor, both towards the elite and the general public: rewarding the good-doer with goodness so that he increases in his desire to perform it, forgiving the sins of the wrongful so that he can repent and return from his rebellion, and encompassing all people with goodness and fairness.'

Imam Ja'far ibn Muhammad al-Sadiq [as]
Tuhaf dl-'Uqul, p. 319

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Question : #582 Category: Marriage - Muta'
Subject: forgetting in Muta contract
Question: What is the position on a person who is on the process of contracting temporary marriage forgets to mention the period of the time, does the marriage become permanent contract?

How would they separate, by divorce and if by divorce, would they invite two just people to witness? Would observing period i.e. (Idda) be necessary after the divorce?
Answer: Yes, the marriage becomes permanent.

The separation is by divorce which requires two just men to witness it. The waiting period of iddat must be observed if there were sexual intercourse but if the marriage was not consummated, then there would be no need to observe idda.

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