Statement by lawyer Emmanouil Papagiannakis against Housein Kavroroustemakis inspector of the Orphan Properties and guardian of the children Housnigie and Hatitze Kontedopoula, residents of Chania, heiresses of the late Housein Kontedakis.
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Title
Statement by lawyer Emmanouil Papagiannakis against Housein Kavroroustemakis inspector of the Orphan Properties and guardian of the children Housnigie and Hatitze Kontedopoula, residents of Chania, heiresses of the late Housein Kontedakis.
Description
Lawyer complains that the defendant asked him to represent him as delegate of the orphans on court, against Ismail Pardalakis and for that reason he made court expenses of 190 drachmas. However, the defendant refuses to pay him, he is about to resign from guardian of the children and compromised with I. Pardalakis; lawyer states he will suit him.
Issue Date
1903-05-31
Language
Greek
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/55302
Collections
Format
20-30 cm, Handwritten
Identifier
ACCEVO00860
Rights
Open Access
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Purchase

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