1188. If after the time of prayer has passed, a person doubts whether he has offered his prayer or not, or speculates that he has not offered it, it is not necessary for him to offer it. However, if a person doubts before the time of the prayer has elapsed whether he has offered his prayer or not, he will have to offer his prayer even though he may be speculating that he has already offered it.
1189. If a person doubts after the time of prayer has elapsed whether he offered his prayer correctly or not, he should dismiss his doubt.
1190. If the time of Ûuhr and ‘aÒr prayers has passed, and a person knows that he has offered a four rak‘ah prayer, but does not know whether he offered it with the intention of Ûuhr or ‘aÒr prayer, he should offer a four rak‘ah qaÃÁ prayer with the intention of offering the prayer that is obligatory on him.
1191. If the time of maghrib and ‘ishÁ prayer has passed, and a person knows he has offered a prayer, but does not know whether he offered a three rak‘ah prayer or four rak‘ah prayer, he should offer the qaÃÁ of both the maghrib and ‘ishÁ prayer.