İstanbul Tapu ve Kadastro Müdüriyeti'ne yazılmış dilekçe - Petition written to Istanbul Land Office Directorate
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Title
İstanbul Tapu ve Kadastro Müdüriyeti'ne yazılmış dilekçe - Petition written to Istanbul Land Office Directorate
Description
Leman Hanımın Kanadalı bir İngiliz ile evlenmiş olduğu için Türk Vatandaşı sayılmama ihtimali (Lozan maddesine göre) üzerine evlilik tarihinin bilmediğinden bu yüzden Türk Vatandaşı sayılarak hissesinin verilmesine dair belge - Document stating that since Leman Hanım was married to a Canadian-British, there is a possibility that she will not be considered a Turkish Citizen (according to the Lausanne article), and that since the date of her marriage is unknown, she is considered a Turkish Citizen and her share was given
Issue Date
1928-05-13
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/213283
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Type
Format
20,8 - 32 cm, El yazısı - Handwriting
Number of Scanned Documents
1
Identifier
AHANODOC0150
Rights
Open Access
Rights Holder
SALT Araştırma - SALT Research
Accrual Method
Satın alma - Purchase

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