Kadi Burhan al-Din

Qāżi Aḥmad Borhān al-Din (Turkish: Kadı Burhâneddin, 8 January 1345 – c. 1398) was an Oghuz Turkic vizier to the Eretnid rulers of Anatolia. In 1381 he took over Eretnid lands and claimed the title of sultan for himself. He is most often referred to by the title Qadi, a name for Islamic judges, which was his first occupation.