Month: June 2014

Solving Problems With a Combination of Zaawil Furoodh and `Asabaat Inheriting

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The following is the answer to the problem which was presented at the end of the previous post:

The estate will be divided into 10 equal portions:

Each allaati brother will get 2 portions.
Each allaati sister will get 1 portion.

All others are deprived of inheritance.

Any questions about the above solution should be posted in the comments section, insha’Allah.


In the previous post, we learned how to solve inheritance problems when exclusively `asabaat inherit. In the post before that, we learned how to solve problems when exclusively zaawil furoodh inherit. In this post, we will, insha’Allah, tackle problems in which both zaawil furoodh and `asabaat inherit.

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Solving Problems With Only `Asabaat Inheriting

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Here is the answer to the example problem we left you with in the previous post:

The estate will be divided into 6 equal portions:

The Haqeeqi sister will get 3 portions.
The Allaati sister will get 1 portion.
Each Akhyaafi brother will get 1 portion.

All others are deprived of inheritance.

If there are any questions on how or why this is the correct answer, please leave them in the comments insha’Allah.


In the last post, we dealt with inheritance problems in which only zaawil furoodh heirs inherited. In this post we will be dealing with inheritance problems in which only `asabaat inherit. Remember, an`asbah is an heir who receives the residue (remaining estate) after all the zaawil furoodh get their respective shares. If an `asbah is inheriting alone, he/she gets the entire estate. Since in this post we are working on problems with only `asabaat inheriting, that means the `asabaat (however many there may be) inherit the entire estate.

Let’s start with a simple problem, insha’Allah.

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Solving Problems With Only Zaawil Furoodh Heirs Inheriting

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Here are the answers to the example problems given at the end of the previous post.

(A) Base Number = 24
(B) Base Number = 10
(C) Base Number = 24
(D) Base Number = 60
(E) Base Number = 210
(F) Base Number = 2856

If you’ve gotten an answer wrong, try to figure out why. If you don’t understand how a particular answer was reached, please express your questions/confusions in the comments section below, insha’Allah.


Lets apply what we learned in the previous post to solving problems with exclusively zaawil furoodh heirs inheriting. We’ll take you through this first example step-by-step.

Example 1: A man dies leaving behind

  • Mother
  • Father
  • 2 Daughters
  • 3 Granddaughters
  • 2 Haqeeqi sisters
  • 1 Haqeeqi nephew
  • 2 Maternal aunts

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