Towards G. Sarogidi: the writer (President), answering to a previous letter, informs that the land which is mentioned at the law suit against Emm. Zervaki, together with the Jamisi and Sholia (Schools) lands are the properties of the Muslim Community
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Title
Towards G. Sarogidi: the writer (President), answering to a previous letter, informs that the land which is mentioned at the law suit against Emm. Zervaki, together with the Jamisi and Sholia (Schools) lands are the properties of the Muslim Community
Description
When the city of the Sitias Port had been created, a part of those lands had been given to the Christian community on the other part, which a vakif - property, together with the disputed lands, the mosque and other vakif lands had been restored.
Note
The writer supports that All the above can be proved according to the testimonies of Moustafa Velaki, Temedan Haji Sminaki, Kenan Karapartalaki, Darvih Vrouvaki, Mehmet Tourkaki Demirjaki, ivrahim Dilaveraki and asks the recipient to invite them to court
Issue Date
1906-09-27
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/53600
Collections
Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACNEVC00013
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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