Issue No.155- There is no problem in selling or lending a najis object and there is no need to inform the recipient about it. However, in the case that one knows the recipient is going to use it for eating or for prayer and the like, it would be necessary, as an obligatory precaution, to inform him about it. Similarly, if a borrowed objet becomes najis, the borrower should inform the lender under the aforementioned circumstances when returning it.
Issue No.159- Placing the holy Qur'an on an original najāsah is haram, if it entails desecration and it will be necessary to pick it up.
Issue No.160- Writing the holy Qur'an with najis ink is haram, and if it is written whether intentionally or unintentionally, it should be erased or washed off.
Issue No.162- If a page of the holy Qur'an, supplication or a paper on which the names of Allah Almighty, the holy prophet (ṣ) or the holy Imams (as) are written, falls in a najis place, it is obligatory to take it out and make it ṭāhir immediately even if it entails some expense. In the case of it not being possible to take it out and it has fallen into a lavatory, the use of that lavatory must be discontinued until one is certain that the page has disintegrated or the script has faded away as an obligatory precaution.
Issue No.174- A container that becomes najis by means of an intoxicating beverage must be washed and rubbed with the hand three times with less than kurr water, although it is recommended to wash it seven times.
Issue No.175- If a jar made of najis clay, or a jar in which najis water has permeated into, is placed in kurr or flowing water, and water enters into its entire structure and exits, it will become ṭāhir. However, if water does not penetrate into it, its exterior will only be ṭāhir. The exterior can also be made ṭāhir with less than kurr water.
Issue No.179- If an earthen oven (for baking bread) has become najis, when water is poured into it once from above, in a manner that it reaches all its sides it becomes ṭāhir. But if it has become najis with urine, it is necessary to rinse it twice and it is better to dig a pit at the bottom and draw out the water that collects there then fill the pit with ṭāhir soil.
Issue No.181- If an object becomes najis by urine or anything else, it is sufficient to rinse it once with kurr or less than kurr water. However, in the case of urine it would be better to wash it twice when using less than kurr water.
Issue No.183- If something becomes najis with the urine of a suckling boy or girl who has not yet weaned onto solid foods, it becomes ṭāhir when water is poured on it once. However, according to recommended precaution, water should be poured twice. And if it is a carpet, clothes, etc., it is not necessary to squeeze it.
Issue No.185- If the exterior of wheat, rice, soap, etc., becomes najis, it will become ṭāhir by immersion in kurr or flowing water or by holding it under tap water. However, if their interior becomes najis, they should be kept in water enough that one becomes sure that water has penetrated in them and flowed out.
Issue No.194- Meat or fat which becomes najis can be made ṭāhir by rinsing. The same ruling applies to the body or clothes that may have a little grease on them which does not prevent water from reaching the body or the clothes. However, if it prevents water from reaching the body, it must be removed first.
Issue No.197- If a najis sandy or gravelled ground is rinsed with less than kurr water and it absorbs the ghusālah, i.e., the remaining water, it will become ṭāhir, but the sands under the surface will be najis. Likewise, if the ground is steep and water flows down, it becomes ṭāhir, but if the ghusālah remains on it, the ground is najis unless the ghusālah is collected.