Vefat eden Mehmed Amaryotaki'nin eytamıyla ilgili karar vermek için akraba meclisinin toplanması, 3 hisse itibarıyla 2 hissesi yetimlere ait 2 kıta emval-i gayr-i menkulenin satılıp yetimlere sarf olunması için vasislerine mezuniyet verilmesi kararı.
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Title
Vefat eden Mehmed Amaryotaki'nin eytamıyla ilgili karar vermek için akraba meclisinin toplanması, 3 hisse itibarıyla 2 hissesi yetimlere ait 2 kıta emval-i gayr-i menkulenin satılıp yetimlere sarf olunması için vasislerine mezuniyet verilmesi kararı.
Description
The Family Council of the under age orphan children of the late Mehmet Agiorgataki (?)
Note
The council accepts the proposition by the guardian of the children Haji Abdoulrahman Bouridaki to sell land properties of the children
Issue Date
1912-09-29
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/54593
Collections
Type
Format
30-20 cm, Handwritten&Printed
Number of Scanned Documents
5
Identifier
ACIEVO00213
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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