Settlement over blood money, 1794
Settlement between Nizam, son of Haji Sharaf, who was convicted for the manslaughter of Ja‘far, son of Haji Ja‘far Qasim, and Ja‘far's inheritors. In the absence of any witnesses to prove it was a homicide, they have forgone qisas (retaliation in kind) and have settled for one hundred tumans as blood money. ‘Abd al-Ghafur, Ja‘far's brother, along with his mother and sister, received about two-thirds of the money. Some days later, Zaynal, the other brother, also gave his consent and received one-third of the blood money.
Settlement between Ma‘sumah Khanum and Qamar Taj, 1901
Settlement of Ma‘sumah Khanum, daughter of the late Muzaffar al-Dawlah Mirza Ibrahim Khan and sister of Riza Quli Khan Fakhim al-Dawlah, with her niece, Qamar Taj Khanum (daughter of Riza Quli Khan Fakhim al-Dawlah), over Ma‘sumah Khanum's rights to her deceased brother’s inheritance, for one thousand two hundred tumans and some properties including Ibrahimabad village. Sayyid Isma‘il, Ma‘sumah Khanum's husband, signed and confirmed the settlement on behalf of their sons, Sayyid Abu ‘Ali and Ahmad Aqa.
Settlement between Haji ‘Abbas and Bibi Fatimah, 1914
Settlement between Haji ‘Abbas Baqqal [the grocer], son of the late Haj Muhammad Javad from Shiraz, and Bibi Fatimah, wife of Haji Mahmud (Haji ‘Abbas Baqqal's brother) and daughter of the late Mirza Nasr Allah, which includes list of the debts they owe to one another.
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