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Referring to Other Marji‘s in Particular Matters

Q: Assuming one’s marji‘ does not respond to one’s enquiry – for whatever reason – and one, subsequently, receives different answers from other marji‘s, may one revert to one’s (own) rationality in such cases?

A: Referring to one’s rationality is not indicated in the above scenario; here, one must act by caution. Assuming this isn’t feasible, then one ought to abide by the verdict of the most learned marja‘, next in line.

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