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Explain some examples of imperfect sales.

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The sale of dates on a tree in exchange for dried picked dates measured by estimation. The sale of items where the buyer chooses the item touch, instead of seeing it (i.e. in the dark). The sale of cloth where each party flings the cloth to the other and the latter is unaware of exactly what he has purchased. The sale of goods by taking as bought whatever one throws a stone upon [NOTE: These were sales practiced upon in the days of ignorance. They are also in vogue nowadays at Haraam fun-fares etc.]. Also, the sale of a pregnant animal where the seller excludes the unborn baby from the sale. The sale of one piece of cloth from a whole piece (this applies to that cutting which will harm the whole big piece and not to that cutting from a roll as is sold in material shops). The sale of a beam from a ceiling (if this will be harmful to the ceiling, otherwise if it is sold for example from a demolished house, then there will be no harm). The sale of one piece of cloth from a set of two (Kitaabul Buyoo).
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