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Fasting for That Which Lies upon One's Shoulder/One Is Liable Towards

Q: Assuming one doesn’t know/recall whether or not he/she ought to observe compensatory fasts, may one fast in accordance with that which lies upon his/her duty i.e. intending that one’s fast be compensatory were he/she liable with respect to compensatory fasts, otherwise for it to be treated as a mustaḥabb fast?

A: Yes, one may fast with such intentions.

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