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Guardian's Permission for Marrying a Non-virgin Girl

Q: Is a girl, who lost her virginity by fornication, intercourse by mistake, etc; considered as a non-virgin and thus she can get married without her father’s permission?

A: The girl, whose virginity is lost by fornication or intercourse by mistake, is not categorized as virgin as far as the necessity of obtaining her father’s consent for her marriage is concerned. However, caution in asking for the permission not to be neglected. However, if virginity is lost by other means, getting the father’s permission is obligatory.

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