Petition of Sakinah Khanum to Majlis
Sakinah Khanum, the aunt of Muhammad Ismaʻil Bayg, the cook of the English embassy, was his only legal heir. She had a dispute over his heritage with his wife. She agreed to pay 80 tumans to Sakinah, but Sakinah felt betrayed and asked the Majlis to prevent her from usurping Ismaʻil’s belongings. The Majlis wrote that she had to go to the Ministry of Justice for her petition.
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- Date April or May 1911
This document is published in “Women’s Documents During Constitutional Era (second and third Majlis)” edited by Fatimah Turkchi and Ali Tatari.
- Collections Majlis Document Center
- Repository Majlis Library, Museum and Document Center
- Restrictions Use of collection materials for publication purposes must cite Majlis Library, Museum and Document Center (Tehran, Iran) as current repository.
- Accessed 26 July 2012
- Last Edited 12 November 2012
- Record no. 1018B27