Issue No. 1695-If one makes his dependant who lives in another town as his agent to pay his own fiṭrah out of the former’s property and he is certain that he will pay the fiṭrah, it will be sufficient.
Issue No. 1697- If a child becomes mature  or an insane person becomes sane, or a poor person comes out of the status of being poor before sunset, he should pay zakāt of fiṭrah. However, if it is after sunset, it is not obligatory on him to pay zakāt of fiṭrah, yet it is recommended for him to pay, provided that the necessary conditions are acquired before midday on Eid day.
Issue No. 1700- If an obligatory maintenance of a person was previously obligatory on a person, but before sunset his maintenance becomes obligatory on another person, the payment of one's fiṭrah is obligatory on the second person. For example, if one's daughter goes to her husband's house before sunset her husband should pay her fiṭrah.
Issue No. 1701- If the fiṭrah of a person should be given by another person it is not obligatory on him to give his fiṭrah himself. However, if the person on whom it is obligatory to pay the fiṭrah of another person does not pay it, the obligatory precaution is that he himself should pay it in case he can afford it.
Issue No. 1712- The obligatory precaution is that a poor person should not be given fiṭrah more than his expenses for one year or given less than a ṣā‘ (about 3 kgs).
Issue No. 1730- If a person possesses property whose value is more than fiṭrah it is not allowed as an obligatory precaution to make the intention that a part of that property be for fiṭrah.
Issue No. 1734- When the need of a person is not met without a personal house, ḥajj will be obligatory when money for the house is possessed, but if he can live with a rented or endowed (waqf) house, etc., he is considered as having istiṭā‘ah (capability to perform ḥajj).
Issue No.1747- It is an obligation upon every Muslim to learn the rulings of transaction as much as usually needed. In addition, it is obligatory upon scholars (‘ulamā) to teach these rulings to people.
Issue No.1788- The landlord may sell a property that has been leased out to another person; the lease contract is not rendered invalid and the lease holder is entitled to utilize the property during the period of lease. However, if the buyer does not know that the property has been leased out or has purchased it under the thought that the period of lease is short he can rescind the transaction when he realizes the case of the lease.
Issue No.1794- There is no harm in buying and selling cucumber, eggplant, and various vegetables, which are picked several times during the year, provided that they have appeared. However, it should be specified and made known before hand as to how many times during the year the buyer would pick them.
Issue No.1796- If a commodity is sold by cash, both buyer and seller may demand the commodity or the money from each other and take possession of it after the transaction. Rendering in properties such as a house or land, etc., is to empower the buyer to make use of it and in movable properties such as a carpet or clothes, etc., is to make it available to the buyer in a way that nothing prevents him if he wishes to take them to another place.
Issue No.1803- If a person sells the money itself in advance payment, and takes money in exchange for it, the transaction is void. However, if he sells a commodity, and takes money or another commodity in exchange, the transaction is in order, although the recommended precaution is that one should always take money and not another commodity in exchange.