[PROVISIONAL TRANSLATION FROM PERSIAN]

 

[Translator’s notes appear in square brackets]

[Personal information has been redacted.]

 

This document has been registered under number 66399, dated 16/2/1368 [6 May 1989], on page 114 of volume 48 of the official ledgers.

[stamp 60 rial]

[stamp illegible]

 

[Emblem]

 

Islamic Republic of Iran

Judiciary

 

National Lands and Deeds Registry Office

Half-sheet transactions

 

Document type: Admissions and Undertaking

Public Notary Office number [illegible], Bandar Abbas Registry District

 

The funds received in accordance with the regulations for the preparation of this document is as follows:

 

Registration Fee ------ rial

8% municipal Tax 400 rial

Transcription Fee ------ rial

Price of security bills and instalment receipts -----rial

Fee for ------ rial

Total ------ rial

[signature over official stamp]

Signature of office clerk and office stamp

All measures concerning this document was conducted before me on-------------

 

Manouchehr Zia` Najafi Ravari, son of Davoud, holder of birth certificate number [redacted], issued in [redacted], was present in this notary office. He stated, “For a while, because of being a Baha’i I was forbidden to open my shop. Presently, following the approval of the authorities in charge, it is possible for me to re-open the shop. It is acknowledged hereby that as a Bahá’í, according to our religious convictions, we are prohibited from meddling in political matters, and we consider joining political parties that are against the regime an unforgivable transgression. As such, [illegible] I hereby declare that I have neither been a part of any political group in the past, nor will I be in the future. Should any written evidence to the contrary be brought to the attention of the authorities, I shall accept responsibility and will be accountable.

 

Date: 16/2/1368 [6 May 1989]

Manouchehr Zia Najafi Ravari

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Note: Paragraph 3 of Article 34 of the Amended Laws to the Registration Act – In all official documents, the place of residence/address of the parties must be clearly stated.

 

The address of the involved party is stated in the document. As long as he does not inform the Registration Bureau, prior to the issuance of the executive order, and prior to the delivery of the communication, of any change of address, with proper details, including the house number (be it a house of guest house) for the order to be delivered, all written notices and communications will be delivered to the address stated in the document, and the individual cannot object to not having been informed.

 

All public notary offices are obliged, after the issuance of the executive notice, to notify the individual in question by registered post, and to send the executive order together with a copy of the receipt of the postal service, to the Registry Office of the locality for the notification of the order and the executive operations.

 

Where the place of residence of the individual in question is not stated in the document, or if the verification of the address is not possible for any other reason, the local Registry Office will publish one time a brief summary of the subject matter of the executive order in one of the widely circulated newspapers of the locality, or closest to it.

 

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