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ARTIKEL 

IX  

Soweit dem Nationalen Geistigen Rat durch diese Satzung in irgendwelchen, die Tatigkeit und die Angelegenheiten der Bahá’i-Sache 

in Deutschland und österreich betreffenden Fragen ausschliessliches und hochstrichterliches Spruchrecht sowie 

youziehende 

Oberhoheit ubertragen ist, gilt dies mit der Weisung, dass alle bezugiich soldier Fragen getroffenen Entscheidungen oder erfolgten 

Massnahmen in jedem Falle dem Huter der Sache oder dem Uniyersalen Hause der Gerechtigkeit zur endgultigen Prufung und 

Billigung zu unterbreiten sind.  

ARTIKEL 

X  

Soweit Aufgaben und Befugnisse durch diese Satzung nicht ausdrucklich den örtlichen Geistigen Räten ubertragen sind, gel- ten sie 

als dem Nationalen Geistigen Rate verliehen, wobei dieser K2irperschaft das Recht zur Ubertragung solcher beliebiger Verrichtungen 

und Befugnisse zusteht, die zie innerhalb ihres Spruchrechtes als für ortliche Geistige Rate erforderlich und ratsam erachtet.  

ARTIKEL 

XI  


Zur Wahrung des geistigen Charakters und Zweckes der Bahá’i-Wahlen soll weder der Brauch der Wahlvorschlage noch irgend em 

sonstiges, eine stille und von Gebeten getragene Wail beeintrachtigendes WahIverfahren aufkommen, sodass jeder Wahler fur 

niemanden stimmen soil, als wen ibm Gebet und Uberlegung eingegeben haben.  

Zu den hervorragendsten und geheiligtsten Pflichten deter, die berufen werden, die Angelegenheiten der Sache als Mitglieder ortlicher 

oder nationaier Geistiger Rate aufzugreifen, zu fuhren und gleichzurichten, gehort: 

 

auf jede nur mogliche Weise das Vertrauen und die Zuneigung derer zu gewinnen, denen zu dienen sie das Vorrecht haben; die 

Meinungen, vorherrschenden Empflndungen und die personliche Uberzeugung derjenigen, deren Wohlergehen zu fordern ibre 

feierliche Pflicht ist, zu erforschen und sich mit ihnen vertraut zu machen; ihre Erwägungen und die ailgemeine Fuhrung ihrer 

Angelegenheiten von verschlossener Teilnahmslosigkeit, dem Anschein der Heimlichkeit, dem erstickenden Dunstkreis diktatorjscher 

Bestimmungen und von allen Worten und Handlungen zu reinigen, die den Emdruck von Parteilichkeit, Selbstsucht und Vorurteilen 

erwecken konnen, und unter Vorbehalt des geheiligten Rechtes endgultiger Entscheidung zur Besprechung emzuladen, Beschwerden 

nachzugehen, Ratschlage zu begrussen und das Gefubl der gegenseitigen Abhangigkeit und Mitbeteiligung, des Verstandnisses und 

wechseiseitigen Vertrauens unter sich und alien ubrigen Bahá’i zu pflegen.  

ARTIKEL 

XII  

Diese Satzung kann vom Nationalen Geistigen Rat in jeder regeimässigen oder besonderen Sitzung mit absoluter Stimmenmehrheit 

ergänzt werden, srorausgesetzt, dass mindestens yierzehn Tage vor dem für die betreffende Versammiung festgesetzten Zeitpunkt eine 

Abschrift der vorgeschiagenen Erganzung oder Ergänzungen an jedes Ratsmitglied durch den Sekretar mittels Einschreibebriefes 

versandt wird.  

In alien Fallen, in denen uber den durch den Wortlaut ausgedrückten Sinn dieser Treuhandschaftserldarung und Satzung Unklarheit 

besteht, ist der englische Wortlaut der Declaration of Trust and By Laws der Bahá’i der Vereinigten Staaten und Kanadas zu Rate zu 

ziehen.  

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AN UNLIMITED COMPANY WITHOUT A SHARE CAPITAL.  

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  AN UNLIMITED COMPANY WITHOUT A SHARE CAPITAL  

MEMORANDUM OF ASSOCIATION OF  



THE NATIONAL SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLY OF  

THE BAHA’iS OF THE BRITISH ISLES 

 

1. The name of the Company hereinafter called “the National Spiritual Assembly” is  

the “NATIONAL SPIRITUAL ASSEMBLY OF THE BAHA’iS 

OF THE BRITISH ISLES.”  

2. The registered office of the National Spiritual Assembly will be situate in England.  

3. 

The objects for which the National Spiritual Assembly is established are:—  

(1) 

 

Sharing the ideals and assisting the efforts of fellow Bahá’is to establish, uphold and promote the spiritual, educational and 

humanitarian teachings of human brotherhood, radiant faith, exalted character and selfless love revealed in the lives and utterances of 

all the Prophets and Messengers of God, Founders of the world’s revealed religions, and given renewed creative energy and universal 

application to the conditions of this age in the life and utterances of Bahá’u’lláh, to administer the affairs of the faith of Bahá’u’lláh 

for the benefit of the Bahi’is of the British Isles according to the principles of Bahã’i affiliation and administration created and 

established by Bahã’u’lláh, defined and explained by ‘Abdu’l-Bahá, and amplified and applied by Shoghi Effendi and his duly 

constituted successor and successors under the provision of the Will and Testament of  

‘Abdu’l-Bahá.  

(2) To have exclusive jurisdiction and authority over all the activities and  

affairs of the Bahã’i Faith throughout the British Isles, including paramount authority in the administration of its affairs. To endeavour 

to 


 

stimulate, unify and co-ordinate the manifold activities of the Local Spiritual Assemblies (hereinafter defined) and of individual 

Bahá’is in the British Isles and by all possible means assist them to promote the oneness of mankind. To recognise Local Spiritual 

Assemblies, to scrutinize local membership rolls, to call the National Convention or special meetings and to seat the delegates to the 

National Convention and to apportion them among the various Local Bahá’i Communities. To appoint all National Bahã’i Committees 

and supervise the publication and distribution of Bahá’i literature, review all writings pertaining to the BahI’i Faith, construct and 

administer the Mashriqu’l-Adhkár and its accessory activities, and collect and disburse all fv ads for the carrying on of this work. To 

decide whether any matter lies within its own jurisdiction or within the jurisdiction of any Local Spiritual Assembly and in such cases 

as it considers suitable and necessary to entertain appeals from the decisions of Local Spiritual Assemblies and shall have the right of 

final decision in all cases where the qualification of an individual or group for continued voting rights and membership in the Bahã’i 

body is in question. To represent the Bahá’is of the British Isles in all their co-operative and spiritual activities with the Bahá’is of 

other lands and constitute the sole electoral body of the British Isles in the formation of the Universal House 

 

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of Justice provided for in the sacred writings of the Bahá’i Faith. Above all to seek to attain that station of unity in devotion to the 

revelation of Bahf’u’lláh which will attract the confirmations of the Holy Spirit and enable the National Spiritual Assembly to serve 

the founding of the Most Great Peace. In all its deliberation and action the National Spiritual Assembly shall have constantly before it 

as divine guide and standard the utterance of Bahá’u’ll ah:—  

‘tlt behooveth them 

(i.e. 

Spiritual Assemblies) to be the trusted ones of the Merciful among men and to consider themselves as the 

guardians appointed of God for all that dwell on earth.  

“It is incumbent upon them to take counsel together and to have regard for the interests of the servants of God, for His sake, even as 

they regard their own interests, and to choose that which is meet and seemly.”  

(3) To hold devotional and public meetings and conferences, lectures, exhibitions and classes of an educational, humanitarian and 

spiritual character; to establish and carry on schools or colleges; to print, publish and distribute, papers, periodicals, books, circulars, 

pamphlets, magazines and newspapers; to construct temples of universal worship and other institutions and edifices for humanitarian 

service; to maintain and preserve memorials; to supervise, unify, promote and generally administer the activities of the Bahf’is of the 

British Isles in the fulfilment of their religious offices, duties and ideals; and to do anything else appropriate to these ends, or any of 

them.  

(4) To enter into, make, perform and carry out contracts or arrangements of every sort and kind for the furtherance of the objects of the 

National Spiritual Assembly with any person, firm, association, cor poration 

 

private, public or municipal or body politic or any state, territory or colony thereof, or any foreign government and to obtain from any 

such body, any rights, privileges and concessions which the National Spiritual Assembly may think it desirable to obtain and in this 

connection and in all transactions under the terms of the National Spiritual Assembly to do any and all things which a co-partnership 

or natural person could do or exercise, and which now or hereafter may be authorised by law.   (5) 

To procure the National Spiritual Assembly to be registered or recognised abroad.  

(6) 

To appoint any person or persons, firm or firms, company or companies to be the agent or agents of the National Spiritual 

Assembly and to act as agents, managers, secretaries or in similar capacity.  

(7) To provide for the welfare of persons who are or have been in the employment of the National Spiritual Assembly; to establish, 

provide, maintain and support or to contribute and aid in the establishment, provision, maintenance and support of any insurance fund, 

hospitals, dispensaries, libraries, classes, baths, recreation grounds, hotels, coffee houses and other institutions or conveniences and to 

grant pensions and gratuities. And to subscribe or guarantee money for charitable, religious, scientific, educational or benevolent 

objects and generally for any public or useful object, promote, contribute to or assist financially or otherwise any fund for any 

charitable purpose.  

(8) Generally to purchase or take on lease or option or in exchange, or hire or otherwise acquire any real or personal property and any 

rights or privileges which the National Spiritual Assembly may think necessary or convenient for its purposes and to vest any property 

acquired by or on behalf of the National 

 

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Spiritual Assembly and with or without a declared trust in favour of the National Spiritual Assembly.  

(9) To sell, improve, manage, develop, exchange, lease, enfranchise, dispose of, turn to account, or otherwise deal with, 

all or any part of the property and rights of the National Spiritual Assembly.  

(10) To invest and deal with any of the moneys of the National Spiritual Assembly upon such securities and in such 

manner as may be thought fit and from time to time to vary or realize such investments.  

(11) To borrow or raise or secure the payment of money in such manner as may be thought fit and to pay off or redeem 

such money or securities, provided that no invitation shall be made to the public to subscribe for any debentures or 

debenture stock.  

(12) To build, maintain, alter, pull down and remove any buildings or works necessary or convenient for the purposes 

of the National Spiritual Assembly.  

(13) To hold and be named as beneficiary under any trust established by law or otherwise or under any Will or any 

other testamentary instrument in connection with any gift, devise or bequest in which a trust or trusts is or are 

estabhshed in any part of the world as well as in the British Isles, to receive gifts, devises or bequests in which a trust or 

trusts is or are established in any part of the world as well as in the British Isles to receive gifts, devises or bequests of 

money or other property.  

(14) Generally to do all things and acts which in the judgment of the National Spiritual Assembly are necessary, proper 

and advantageous to promote its complete and successful administration and are incidental or conducive to the 

attainment of these objects.   (15) To promote any company or companies for the purpose of acquiring all or any of the property, rights and liabilities 

of the National Spirit- 

 

ual Assembly or for any other purpose which may seem directly or indirectly to its benefit.  

(1  ) To draw, make, accept, indorse, discount, execute and issue promissory notes, bills of exchange, and other 

negotiable or transferable instruments.  

(17) To undertake and execute any trusts the undertaking whereof may seem desirable.  

(18) To adopt such means of making known the objects of the National Spiritual Assembly as may seem expedient and 

in particular by advertising in the Press, by circulars, by purchase and exhibition of works of art or interest by 

publication of books and periodicals, and by granting prizes, rewards, and donations.  

(19) To obtain any provisional order or Act of Parliament for enabling the National Spiritual Assembly to carry any of 

its objects into effect, or for effecting any modification of the National Spiritual Assembly’s constitution, or for any 

other purpose which may seem expedient, and to oppose any proceedings or applications which may seem calculated 

directly or indirectly to prejudice the National Spiritual Assembly’s interests.  

(20) If thought fit to obtain any Act of Parliament dissolving the National Spiritual Assembly and re-incorporating its 

Members as a new company for any of the objects specified in this Memorandum, or for effecting any other 

modification in the National Spiritual Assembly’s constitution.  

(21) To take over the whole or any of the assets and liabilities of the unincorporated association known as the National 

Spiritual Assembly of the Bahã’is of the British Isles.  

(22) To pay all or any expenses incurred in connection with the formation, promotion and incorporation of the National 

Spiritual Assembly and to remunerate any person, firm or company rendering services to the 

 

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THE BAHA’I WORLD 

 

National Spiritual Assembly or any  

of them.  

(23) To do all or any of the above things  

in any part of the world and either  

as principals, agents, trustees or  

otherwise and either alone or in con junctio with others.  

(24) The objects set forth in any sub-  

clause of this clause shall not, except  

when the context expressly so re quires be in any wise limited or  

restricted by reference to or infer enc from the terms of any other  

sub-clause or by the name of the  

National Spiritual Assembly. None of such sub-clauses or the objects therein specified or the powers thereby conferred 

shall be deemed subsidiary or auxiliary merely to the objects mentioned in the first sub- clause of this clause, but the 

National Spiritual Assembly shall have full power to exercise all or any of the powers conferred by any part of this 

clause in any part of the world and notwithstanding that the business, undertaking, property or acts proposed to be 

transacted, acquired, dealt with or performed do not fall within the objects of the first sub- clause of this clause.  

4. Provided that the National Spirtual Assembly shall not support with its funds or endeavour to impose on or procure 

to be observed by its Members or others any regulation or restriction which if an object of the National Spiritual 

Assembly would make it a Trade Union.   5. Provided also that in case the National Spiritual Assembly shall take or hold any property subject to the jurisdiction 

of the Charity Commissioners for England and Wales, or Board of Education, the National Spiritual Assembly shall not 

sell, mortgage, charge, or lease the same without such authority, approval or consent as may be required by law, and as 

regards any such property the National Spiritual Assembly shall be chargeable for such property as may come into its 

hands, and shall be answerable and accountable for its own acts, receipts, neglects and defaults, and for the due 

administration of such property in the same 

 

manner and to the same extent as it would if no incorporation had been effected, and the incorporation of the National 

Spiritual Assembly shall not diminish or impair any control or authority exercisable by the Chancery Division, the 

Charity Commissioners or the Board of Education, but shall, as regards any such property, be subject to such control or 

authority as if the National Spiritual Assembly were not incorporated. In case the National Spiritual Assembly shall 

take or hold any property which may be subject to any trusts, the National Spiritual Assembly shall only deal with the 

same in such manner as allowed by law having regard to such trusts.   6. The income and property, whencesoever derived shall be applied solely towards the promotion of the objects of the 

National Spiritual Assembly as set forth in this Memorandum of Association, and no portion thereof shall be paid, 

transferred directly or indirectly by way of dividend, bonus, or otherwise howsoever by way of profit, to the Members 

of the National Spiritual Assembly. Provided that nothing herein shall prevent the payment in good faith, of 

remuneration to any officer or servant, or to any Member of the National Spiritual Assembly in return for any services 

actually rendered to the National Spiritual Assembly, nor prevent the payment of interest at a rate not exceeding five 

per cent per annum on money lent, or reasonable and proper rent for premises demised or let by any such Member of 

the National Spiritual Assembly.  

7. If upon the winding up or dissolution of the National Spiritual Assembly there remains, after satisfaction of all its 

debts and liabilities any property whatsoever, the same shall not be paid to or distributed among its Members but shall 

be given or transferred to some other institution or institutions having similar objects to the objects of the National 

Spiritual Assembly, and which shall prohibit the distribution of its or their income and property among its or their 

members to an extent at least as great as is imposed on the National Spiritual Assembly under or by virtue of Clause 6 

hereof, such institution or institutions to be determined by the Members of the National Spiritual Assembly at or before 

the time of the dissolution and in 

 

THE WORLD ORDER OF BAHA’U’LLAH 

 

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default thereof by a judge of the High Court of Justice having jurisdiction in regard to charitable funds, and if and so far as effect 

cannot be given to the aforesaid provision, then to some charitable object.  

8. True accounts shall be kept of the sums of money received and expended, and the matter in respect of which such receipt and the 

expenditure takes place, and of the property, credits, and liabilities of the National Spiritual Assembly; and, subject to any reasonable 

restrictions as to the time and manner of inspecting the same that may be imposed in accordance with the regulations of the National 

Spiritual Assembly for the time being, shall be open to the inspection of its Members. Once at least in every year, the accounts shall be 

examined and the correctness of the balance-sheet ascertained by one or more properly qualified Auditor or Auditors.  

WE, the several persons whose names and addresses are subscribed, are desirous of being formed into a Company, in pursuance of 

this Memorandum of Association.  

NAMES, AnDRE55E5 AND DESCRIPTIONS  

op Sunscpameas  

GRACE CHALLIS, “Rizwan,” Broadstone, Dorset, Nursing Sister. 

 


Witness :—WINIFRED WADE, “Rizwan,” Broadstone, Dorset, Nurse.  

K. V. BROWN, 14, Frognal Mansions, N.W.3, Widow.  

Witness:—MARJ0RIE CLAYTON, 14, Chelsea Gardens, S.W.1, Teacher.  

ALFRED SUGAR, 39, Dover Street, Manchester, 8, Clothing Designer, Retired.  

Witness :—J0HN B. SUGAR, 39, Dover Street, Manchester, 8, Warehouseman.  

CONSTANCE LANGDON-DAVIES, 6, Huxham’s Cross, Dartington, Totnes, Independent.  

MARGUERITE WELLEY, 1 24a, St. John’s Wood High Street, N.W.8, Private Secretary.  

H. M. BALYUZI, 14, Frognal Mansions, Frognal, N.W.3, Research Student.  

DAVID HOFMAN, 



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