Affidavit regarding Mirza ‘Ali Khan's inheritors, 1915
Affidavit regarding the inheritance of Mirza Aqa ‘Ali Khan, son of Mirza ‘Abd al-Karim Khan Mu‘tamad, in the presence of Mulla Ahmad Shaykh al-Islam, son of Mulla Muhammad Mahdi Shaykh al-Islam, and three witnesses: Mirza Muhammad Riza Vazir, Mirza ‘Abd al-Ghaffar Khan Mu‘tamad al-Iyalah, and Mirza Khalil Sultan, brothers of the deceased. They testify that Mirza Aqa ‘Ali Khan did not have any male heirs; management of the deceased's properties was assigned to his older brother, Mirza Muhammad Riza Vazir; and his wives and daughters receive their share of inheritance based on Mirza Aqa ‘Ali...
Dividing Mirza ‘Ali Khan's inheritance amongst his wives and daughters, 1915
Regarding the division of inheritance of the late Mirza ‘Ali Aqa among his inheritors, including Khvurshid Khanum (the first wife) and her daughters, Nuzhat Khanum (wife of Mirza Yusuf Khan) and Zarrin Taj Khanum (wife of Mirza Muhammad Khan); and Nargis Khanum (the second wife) and her daughter, Zibandah Khanum (wife of ‘Ali Bayg). According to the deceased's will, two villages and five hundred tumans go to Khvurshid Khanum and her daughters, and Nargis Khanum and her daughter receive one and half villages in addition to two hundred and fifty tumans; one hundred and twenty tumans is...
Managing Mirza ‘Ali Khan's inheritance, 1916
After the death of Mirza ‘Ali Khan, son of Mirza ‘Abd al-Karim Khan Mu‘tamad, and the testimony of his brothers (with Mulla Mirza Ahmad Shaykh al-Islam's presence), regarding the absence of a male heir, his properties were divided amongst his wives and daughters, and the management of the rest of his properties was assigned to his older brother, Mirza Muhammad Riza Vazir. Now, after one year, because of Mirza Muhammad Riza's illness, this responsibility is transferred to his brother, Mirza ‘Abd al-Ghaffar Khan Mu‘tamad al-Iyalah.
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- DMirza Muhammad Khan Kurdistani