Fatwa#: 22670
Asked Country: United Kingdom

Answered Date: Nov 30,-0001




Brother my question is below:


I have borrowed a chainsaw from an uncle and we have used it to cut some trees.  My uncle asked for the chainsaw as he needed it. I saw when looking for it that the blade was blunt and it needed to be fixed. So i purchased a new chainsaw and got it delivered to his house.

He is refusing to accept this as he says it is Badlah (something i haven't heard of) where you are not allowed to replace something.

Please let me know what is the islamic take on this? I have done this out of the goodness of my heart and i am quite upset with him refusing to take it as i put alot of effort finding a good one.





DISCLAIMER - questions answers issues pertaining to Shar'ah. Thereafter, these questions and answers are placed for public view on for educational purposes. However, many of these answers are unique to a particular scenario and cannot be taken as a basis to establish a ruling in another situation or another environment. bears no responsibility with regards to these questions being used out of their intended context.
  • The Shar's ruling herein given is based specifically on the question posed and should be read in conjunction with the question.
  • bears no responsibility to any party who may or may not act on this answer and is being hereby exempted from loss or damage howsoever caused.
  • This answer may not be used as evidence in any Court of Law without prior written consent of
  • Any or all links provided in our emails, answers and articles are restricted to the specific material being cited. Such referencing should not be taken as an endorsement of other contents of that website.