Kalohoryo Kariyesi'nde sakinken Kandiye'de fevt eden Mustafa Velaki'nin eşi Halime Hanım'ın Yetiminın vasisi Mustafa Velaki'ye borçları ödemek için yetimin hissesine düşen emlakten kafi mikdar satılması için ruhsat verilmesi kararı. [19 Kanun-i Evvel 1317]
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Title
Kalohoryo Kariyesi'nde sakinken Kandiye'de fevt eden Mustafa Velaki'nin eşi Halime Hanım'ın Yetiminın vasisi Mustafa Velaki'ye borçları ödemek için yetimin hissesine düşen emlakten kafi mikdar satılması için ruhsat verilmesi kararı. [19 Kanun-i Evvel 1317]
Description
The Council of the Iraklio Muslim Elders certifies that Mustafa Velakis who is the natural guardian of his children has the right to sell some of their land property in order to cover their expenses
Issue Date
1902-01-01
1902-03-16
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/54589
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Type
Format
Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
5
Identifier
ACIEVO00140
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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