Masalah of performing Asr Salaah in the Shafi time if one is a Hanafi

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Assalaamu Alaykum Warahmatullaahi wabarakaatuh Trusted MuftiI searched through your answers and found that it is permissible for hanafis living in non-hanafi areas to performing asr salaah in shafi or maaliki time in Jamaah whether as an imaam or a follower.
But when it comes to praying individually in shafi asr time, one time your answer is yes and another time it is no.
I want some clarification as to whether a hanafi who lives in non-hanafi areas could perform salaatul asr in shafi asr time alone (individually) The following are copied from your website to clarify the question above:
Question 11363 Date7/06/2014
. I am a strict follower of the Hanafi mazhab. I live in a country whose asr time conforms with shafi maliki hambali mazhabs in every masjid throughout the country. If I do not follow them in the Asr Salaah, I will be permanently deprived of the Asr salaah jamaah thawaab.

1) What do I do?

2) Do I follow them in asr jamaah and repeat the salaah when the hanafi asr time is due or I follow them without repeating it?

3) Can I also perform Salaah Asr alone at shafi time? Please help me!
. If you perform Asr in Jamaat behind a Shaafi Imaam then it is permissible. If you perform Asr alone do it in Hanafi time.
And Allah Knows Best
. Question10200 Date20/10/2013
. Assalaamu Alaykum Mufti Saheb I follow the hanafi fiqh. We live in a place where Asr is offered at the awwal time.
1) When offering salaah individually, is it permissible to follow the awwal time?
2) There is no dedicated imam of our musjid, and I sometimes lead the salaah. Will it be permissible to lead the Asr salaah?
3) If it happens that clean shaven person is leading the salaah, should I repeat the salaah afterward? Jazakallah Khair
. Answer

1) Yes
2) Yes
3) No
And Allah Knows Best
. Wassalaam
. May Allah protect you

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Asked on January 1, 1970 12:00 am
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Follow the jamaat. No need to repeat. If you perform Asr alone then read it in Hanafi time. Yes no will depend on circumstances travelling Muqeem

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Answered on January 1, 1970 12:00 am