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Nikāḥ al-Mut‘ah (marriage for pleasure), or sigheh (Persia), is a fixed-term marriage contract according to the Usuli Shia schools of Shari‘a (Islamic law). The duration of this type of marriage is fixed at its inception and is then automatically dissolved upon completion of its term.

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