The 85-year-old filed the suit through Messrs Wan Marican, Hamzah & Shaik at the High Court registry on Jan 31.
She named Nur Anis Jamaluddin, 34, and Ikwan Hafiz Jamaluddin, 32, as the first and second defendants.
The High Court has fixed April 2 for case management before Justice Mohd Firuz Jaffril.
Lawyer Aqilah Pawancheek appeared for Aminah during the case management before deputy registrar Norliza Hussin here yesterday.
In her statement of claims, Aminah said the defendants, as joint administrators of Jamaluddin’s estate, had failed to include the shares of three companies as assets in the letters of administration after Jamaluddin was killed in a helicopter crash on April 4, 2015.
She said her grandchildren obtained the letters of administration for the estate two years ago, making them joint administrators of the assets which included the shares mentioned.
She further claimed that Jamaluddin did not own shares in his name as he was holding various government and political appointments prior to his death.
She claimed the defendants’ failure to include the shares of the companies – Rantai Wawasan Sdn Bhd, Alpine Motion Sdn Bhd and Ivory Insight Wawasan Sdn Bhd – as part of the deceased’s estate was made in total disregard of her interest as the beneficiary of the estate.