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1 minute ago, Guest Guest said:

If I want to contract a no-contact mutah with a virgin, do I need her father's permission? 

Who is your marja? 

Per Sayyid Sistani, yes you do, though that's from memory and I'd have to search for the exact ruling if it is the one you need. 

In any event, it's better to err on the side of caution. 

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2 hours ago, notme said:

Who is your marja? 

Per Sayyid Sistani, yes you do, though that's from memory and I'd have to search for the exact ruling if it is the one you need. 

In any event, it's better to err on the side of caution. 

Thank you. Also one more question, some people do no contact mutah during engagement so they talk and socialize with the fiance more freely. If the engagement is broken off, and there was no wedding or intercourse, are they considered divorcees? 

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57 minutes ago, Guest Guest said:

Thank you. Also one more question, some people do no contact mutah during engagement so they talk and socialize with the fiance more freely. If the engagement is broken off, and there was no wedding or intercourse, are they considered divorcees? 

There is no divorce of mutah. Either the time ends, or it is gifted back. 

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14 minutes ago, notme said:

There is no divorce of mutah. Either the time ends, or it is gifted back. 

I see. However, if one has had a full mutah marriage, then many people would VIEW them as divorcees correct? Especially the woman. Because when asked if they have ever been married, the answer would be yes

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In this case, she is previously married but not a divorcee since there is no divorce in Mutah.  If a man is serious in his interest in marrying her, he can ask her about previous Mutah relationship(s) and what was in the contract (touching, no touching, touching but not sex, sex, etc). She will have to tell the truth. This information is not something she is supposed to share with anyone except in the case of a man who is serious about marrying her, and with the obligation that he cannot share the information with anyone else. The details of a mutah contract are considered private, in general. So people can assume whatever they want, but many times these assumptions will be wrong, and if they spread these wrong assumptions it is either gheeba or slander against the women. So better not to discuss at all. 

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