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[Emblem]

Ministry of Justice

Islamic Republic of Iran

 

Court Order

Court:

 

Do not follow (your) low desires, lest you deviate[1]

 

Date:

Number:

Enclosure:

 

 

Case Reference:  81–13527

Court Order Number:  83–84

Date of Review:  29/2/84 [19 May 2005]

Reviewing Court:  The Islamic Revolutionary Court of Justice—Special Division for the orders of the Supreme Leader and Article 49, Fars.

 

Plaintiff:  Ezzatollah Ravanbakhsh, son of Mohammad, resident of Dena district, the village of Kata, private residence.

 

Defendant:  Mr. Aziz Rizvankhou, son of Yar-Mohammad, resident of Dena Township, the village of Kata, private residence.

 

Claim:  Proof of ownership of a piece of land located in Kata.

 

Procedural Synopsis:  The Plaintiff submitted a claim as noted above against the defendant to the Islamic Revolutionary Court of Justice—Special Division for the orders of the Supreme Leader and Article 49, Fars, which was registered under the above-noted case reference.  On 29/2/84 [19 May 2005], at a previously scheduled time, a hearing was convened before the undersigned.  Subsequent to reviewing the case documents, and with reliance on the Almighty God, the court concluded the hearing and rendered a decision as follows:

 

Court Order:

Concerning the claim of the Plaintiff Mr. Ezzatollah Ravanbakhsh against the defendant Mr. Aziz Rizvankhou with respect to proof of ownership of a piece of land located in the village of Kata, a district of Dena, considering the file documents and the fact that the plaintiff’s entire assets were confiscated by virtue of court order number 1658, dated 29/1/73 [18 April 1994], and the subsequent amendment, court order number 81–24, dated 24/2/81 [14 May 2002], in favour of the Executive Headquarters under the Directive of the Imam the claim cannot be made against the defendant.  Therefore, pursuant to section 4 of Article 84 of the Civil Litigation Procedure Act, the plaintiff’s claim is rejected and a decision is issued to this effect.  This court order was issued in the presence of [the plaintiff] and may be appealed within 20 days after its issuance at the Court of Appeal in the Province of Ṭihrán [Tehran]./Y

 

Jaber Baneshi

Chief Justice of the Islamic Revolutionary Court of Justice—Special Division for Article 49, Fars

 

[Stamp – Certified Copy – signature]

 

Served on 06/[ill.]/84 [2005]

[Signature]

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

[1] [Quran 4:135]