829. The dress of the person should not be made of the parts of the dead body of an animal whose blood gushes when killed. Even if the dress is made of the parts of the dead body of an animal whose blood does not gush, for example, fish or snake, as per obligatory precaution, he should not use that dress for offering prayers.
830. If the person, who offers prayers, carries with him parts from a Najis carcass, even if it is not clothes, which are counted as living parts, like, its flesh and skin – as per precautionary measures, the prayers will be void.
831. If a person who offers prayers has with him parts from a carcass, whose meat is Halal, and which is not counted as a living part, e.g. its hair and wool, or if he offers prayers with a dress which has been made from such things, his prayers are in order.