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    Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

    Islamically are grown-up children entitled to use the things owned by their parents without their agreement?
    like can a married son and his wife use the car which is owned by the mother even if she tells them not to use it? likewise what about the things like home appliances, if these things are earned and owned by the parents and they don't want their married kids and their wives to use it then are the married kids still entitled to use it or they will be held accountable for using it.

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    Re: Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

    Why would you do something that your parents disagree with.

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      #3
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      Weirdest thread starter ever.
      OMG Paki!

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        #4
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        Why bring religion into something that is clearly against basic decency and common sense?
        There is no one like me. There's only me.

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          #5
          Re: Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

          If the mother tells them not to use her car or any of her other belongings, they're not supposed to.
          Tell your assassin to aim for her head...because she doesn't have a heart.

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            Re: Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

            Originally posted by gudiaali View Post
            Islamically are grown-up children entitled to use the things owned by their parents without their agreement?

            like can a married son and his wife use the car which is owned by the mother even if she tells them not to use it? likewise what about the things like home appliances, if these things are earned and owned by the parents and they don't want their married kids and their wives to use it then are the married kids still entitled to use it or they will be held accountable for using it.
            Islamically, to take or use anything without permission is considered to be a ghasib act, no?

            Mind you, not being able to use a refrigerator that's in the house means the family relationship has bigger issues.
            You can't buy happiness, but you can buy shoes and that's kinda the same thing...

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              #7
              Re: Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

              My mother tells me I'm grown up but I refuse to start wiping my own butt.
              If a man speaks in a forest and no woman hears him, is he still wrong?

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                #8
                Re: Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

                I am sensing this to be another bahu and saas issue, just worded differently to bait us.

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                  #9
                  Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

                  Like Sehrysh pointed out, there seems to be bigger issues at hand here, than just the use of parental possessions...care to elaborate/tell the real story?

                  Waisay, on a side note, this sense of entitlement is what is dreadfully wrong with society today. Please leave religion out of it.


                  


                  

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                    #10
                    Re: Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

                    saas bahu issues don't need baiting........
                    Insulting and inflammatory signatures are not allowed, but posts are

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                      #11
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                      You have a point ButtSb but lately folks on here are going through same ol drama fatigue.

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                        #12
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                        PCG did bring some 'enthusiasm' back to the place.....but she stopped
                        Insulting and inflammatory signatures are not allowed, but posts are

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                          Re: Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

                          Originally posted by gudiaali View Post
                          Islamically are grown-up children entitled to use the things owned by their parents without their agreement?
                          like can a married son and his wife use the car which is owned by the mother even if she tells them not to use it? likewise what about the things like home appliances, if these things are earned and owned by the parents and they don't want their married kids and their wives to use it then are the married kids still entitled to use it or they will be held accountable for using it.
                          Err no.. common-sense should tell them they can't just take or borrow things which aren't theirs..

                          If mother has a problem with them using home appliances might be time to move out as well..
                          Confidence is silent, insecurities are loud..

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                            #14
                            Re: Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

                            if someone requests you NOT to use anything that belongs to him/her, it's morally, legally and ethically WRONG to do so.

                            i wonder if any parent would NOT want his/her children to use appliances, cars [unless the married son/daughter had an accident]...there is more serious issues between them than just use of appliances and/or automobiles. that demands attention before anything else.
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                              #15
                              Re: Do grown up children have a right to use things owned by parents?

                              Yes, it would be wrong.

                              Taking liberty with their things especially after they've made it clear to you that you can't will only worsen relations. So avoid doing so just for this reason.

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