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slmz,
we live in a share block unit,where we all pay
levies.
we have secured yard parking leased to occupants, recently one occupant loaned his yard parking to his neighbours visitor, in was raining & at night a piece of concrete fell on his car his insurance fixed his car
He know is claiming the excess from the share block & directors of the building.
We have a notice displayed “parking at own risk”.
What’s the sharriah ruling?
Our view is he parked ILLEGALLY he was allowed entry at night by the neighbour without consent from the share board & directors. The LEASSE signed a LEASE like the other users when he leased the parking from the SHARE BLOCK which clears states the use is for your own use only. We have not imposed this rule as we want to live in harmony & expect all users to be responsibe
jazk.

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Asked on August 15, 2010 12:00 am
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He has no Shaari valid claim.
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Answered on August 15, 2010 12:00 am