In the name of the King of the Greeks, the Chania Court of Appeal represented by the President Sotiriou Haralabous and the Judges Adoniou Tilimonos (?), Markou Dimitrakaki, Proposer, Petrou Tataraki and Klearhou Markadonaki, Lawyer.
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In the name of the King of the Greeks, the Chania Court of Appeal represented by the President Sotiriou Haralabous and the Judges Adoniou Tilimonos (?), Markou Dimitrakaki, Proposer, Petrou Tataraki and Klearhou Markadonaki, Lawyer.
Description
Opponents: Rethimnis Muslim Elders, Director of Muslim Foundations and inspector Kiami Veisagadaki. the Plaintiff complains that after therequest of lenders Hasan and Aliyies Parisaki, Lands of Debtor Haji Housein Manaraki had been sold through auction. The profit from the auction was 700 dr that had been deposed to Rethimnis Magistrate's Court's secretary and to His Successor Evag. Papadaki the last one failed to pay the money Rejected by the Court of First Instance and by the Court of Appeal.
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1910-01-28
1910-11-04
Language
Greek
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SALT Research
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https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/54488
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20-30 cm
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ACCGVF00024
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