Irakliou Ierodikis Mehmet Ali reports that Tahir Moulas had been appointed baliff by Holy Court and send to Mastaba location, out of Iraklio, in order to register the disputed lands in presence of Salih, uncle of orphans of late Nouman Ef. Inetseri Ef.
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Title
Irakliou Ierodikis Mehmet Ali reports that Tahir Moulas had been appointed baliff by Holy Court and send to Mastaba location, out of Iraklio, in order to register the disputed lands in presence of Salih, uncle of orphans of late Nouman Ef. Inetseri Ef.
Description
The Hiehis of the Teke Mastaba Housein Babas stated that: the late had attached lands of the Teke by paying the ijaren and then used them as part of the lands of Vezir Jami that he had his heirs try to continue that illegal practise.
Note
The bayliff made the registration according ot his statement and to the statement of the local valuers
Issue Date
1900-01-31
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/54606
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIEVO00443
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Open Access
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