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Acquiring Doubt in Relation to One's Father's Compensatory Fasts

Q: My father was required to observe a few years’ compensatory fasts. I don’t know whether he had accomplished them; furthermore, there is no mention of this within his will. What is the duty of his eldest son?

A: Assuming the eldest son knows, with certainty, that his father died leaving a number of compensatory fasts unfulfilled, he must observe them.
 

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