Regarding the inheritance of Hasan Aqa's mother, 1918
Haji Baba of Ganjah has settled the inheritance from his deceased sister with Aqa Hasan Aqa of Ganjah [his nephew]. Then, Aqa Hasan Aqa has stated that this share will, in addition to his own inheritance from his mother, be counted as one share from the five that were, according to the document dated March 6, 1918, divided between him, Haji Baba Aqa, and the inheritors of Haj ‘Ali Akbar Aqa, ‘Ali Asghar Aqa, and Mashhadi Najaf Aqa.
Determining the shares of Muhammad'uf brothers and their nephew
In three copies: four Muhammad'uf brothers, Haj Baba, the late Haj ‘Ali Akbar Aqa, the late Aqa ‘Ali Asghar, and the late Aqa Mashhadi Najaf, jointly owned the real estate business covering properties in Azarbayjan and Islambul [Istanbul]. At the date of this document three of the partners are deceased and their properties have been transferred to their inheritors, who are as listed: Haj ‘Ali Akbar's inheritors: Haj Javad Aqa, Aqa Zayn al-‘Abidin (who has transferred his share to Haj Javad Aqa), Khadijah Khanum, and Zahra Khanum; Aqa Mashhadi Najaf's inheritors: Aqa Muhsin Aqa, Aqa Mahmud Aqa, Sariyah Khanum, and the deceased Sughra Khanum (wife of Aqa Sulayman Bayg, the son of Haj Baba Aqa); and Aqa ‘Ali Asghar's inheritors: Aqa Riza Aqa. Since Aqa Hasan Aqa, the son of the late Narjis Khanum and the late Ibrahim Aqa and the nephew of the Muhammad'uf brothers, has been involved in the business, he was also assigned a share. Haj Baba Aqa and the inheritors of the other partners have designated five shares for all the properties, one of which would belong to Aqa Hasan Aqa, provided that he deals with Aqa Sulayman Bayg in case he claims the inheritance of Sughra Khanum from Aqa Najaf's inheritors. This partnership covers the buildings and gardens with all they include, located in Istanbul and Tabriz, as well as other forms of property, such as cash, promissory notes, shops, etc. After this, some settlements among the inheritors have taken place, which are described in detail in the document.
Correspondence between Hasan Aqa and the Ministry of Justice, 1923 to 1926
Petition (in two copies) by Aqa Hasan Aqa the merchant, a resident of Tabriz, to the preliminary court of the Justice Department in Azarbayjan (November 16, 1923) regarding Haji Baba's belongings, which should be divided into five shares and given to the following: Aqa Hasan Aqa (the petitioner); Haji ‘Ali Akbar's inheritors (his wife Shikar Khanum and his children: Haji Javad Aqa, Aqa Zaynal, Khadijah Khanum, and Zahra Khanum); Aqa ‘Ali Asghar's inheritors (Aqa Riza, Kubra Khanum, and Asiyah Khanum [‘Ali Asghar's wife] who later married Haji Baba; Mashhadi Najaf's inheritors (Sughra Khanum, Sariyah Khanum the wife of Haji Javad, Muhsin Aqa, Mahmud Aqa, and Fatimah Khanum); and Haji Baba Aqa's inheritors (Aqa Sulayman, Aqa Mahdi, Aqa Muhammad ‘Ali, and Rubab Khanum). Aqa Hasan Aqa requests the court's supervision and division of Haji Baba's belongings and a ban on any of the parties' trespassing each other's properties; a document on Justice Ministry letterhead (October 12, 1925) and the court order from the Ministry of Justice (August 8, 1926) refer to the petition by Aqa Hasan from Ganjah representing Mirza Javad Khan, dated November 16, 1923, about dividing Haji Baba's business properties (described the same as above), the request to ban partners from trespassing on each other's properties; and the order of Haji Mirza Abu al-Hasan Aqa Mujtahid.
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