Registering everything the husband offers in a list

Question 8: What is ruling on the so called Qa’ymah (list) of all house items, whether bought by the groom or anyone else that is attached to the marriage contract? It is noteworthy that such a Qa’ymah is claimed to be among the public interests especially in this age with the spread of fraud, and that it is a similar document to the marriage contract itself.

Answer: If the matter is exactly as what is mentioned in the question, there is no impediment to include such a Qa’ymah with the document of the contract of marriage. Both the bride and the groom may sign it to define for sure what the husband has bought in case that a dispute between the two sides arises and a Khul` (divorce at the request of the wife in return for compensation to the husband) is to take place... read more here.

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