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United States National Spiritual Assembly vs. Mirza Ahmad Sohrab

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United States National Spiritual Assembly vs. Mirza Ahmad Sohrab
Date of this edition 1941
Permission public domain
Typed 1999 by Robert Stauffer
Posted 1999 by Jonah Winters
Classified in Legal/gov't. Documents
Abstract In 1941 the National Spiritual Assembly unsuccessfully sued Covenant Breaker Mirza Ahmad Sohrab for his use of the word "Bahá'í." This is the court's conclusions.
Notes Brief comments on the history of related lawsuits at end. More information regarding Sohrab's case can be gleaned from his books, certain pilgrims' notes, or found in Peter Smith, The Bábí and Bahá'í Religions (Cambridge University Press, 1987), pages 124-25.
Tags Ahmad Sohrab; Copyright and trademarks; Court cases; Covenant-breakers; National Spiritual Assemblies; New History Society
Locations United States (documents)
Cross-referencesSee also A Statement Concerning the New History Society, and Ahmad Sohrab and the New History Society.
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