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To Pass the Night at the Fiancé's House

Q: Am I allowed to pass the night and stay in my fiancé’s house? Knowing that in our society after engagement, the fiancée can pass the night and stay in her fiancé’s house however long she likes because engagement is done by making a shar‘i contract.

A: As the shar‘i marriage contract was recited between you and your fiancé, he is your shar‘i husband and you may pass the night in his house.
 

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