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Girl's Telling Her Fiancé that She Is an Epileptic

Q: I am a 21 years old girl. Many devout men asked for my hand but I was refusing every time because I suffer from epilepsy and I am afraid that they would refuse if I tell them about my disorder. I am on treatment since more than two years ago and I have not got fit during this period. What can I do? May I tell them or not? Some people say that hiding my illness is fraudulence!

A: Epilepsy is not among the disease that gives the right of revocation due to fraudulence. Therefore, you are not obliged to inform about it unless they stipulate within the contract that you must be completely healthy.

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