İstanbul Belediyesi Emlak ve İstimlak Müdürü Yaşar Sait Göyenç tarafından Beyoğlu Tapu Sicil Muhafızlığı'na gönderilen dilekçe - Petition sent by İstanbul Municipality Director of Real Estate and Expropriation Yaşar Sait Göyenç to Beyoğlu Land Registry Office
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Title
İstanbul Belediyesi Emlak ve İstimlak Müdürü Yaşar Sait Göyenç tarafından Beyoğlu Tapu Sicil Muhafızlığı'na gönderilen dilekçe - Petition sent by İstanbul Municipality Director of Real Estate and Expropriation Yaşar Sait Göyenç to Beyoğlu Land Registry Office
Creator
Yaşar Sait Göyenç
Description
Yıkılan Borsa Han'ın tapu kaydından çıkartılması istenmektedir.- Demolished Borsa Han is required to be removed from the title deed.
Issue Date
1974-06-12
Language
Turkish
Coverage
Karaköy, İstanbul
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/191393
Collections
Type
Format
20,1-14,3 cm; 20,6-13,9 cm, El yazısı, Daktilo yazısı - Handwriting, Typewriting
Number of Scanned Documents
2
Identifier
AHANBDOC147
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
SALT Araştırma - SALT Research
Accrual Method
Satın alma - Purchase

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