Writer states Chania Moufti that her ex husband Hasan Nouraki or Mousaraki had been killed (Esfagi) in Sarakines Selinou his properties were inherited by his sons because his wife had divorced him (Xekapinothi) however her first son had been killed too.
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Title
Writer states Chania Moufti that her ex husband Hasan Nouraki or Mousaraki had been killed (Esfagi) in Sarakines Selinou his properties were inherited by his sons because his wife had divorced him (Xekapinothi) however her first son had been killed too.
Description
The Son's properties were inherited by his brothers, his widow and his mother later her other sons had been killed and according to Muslim Law their properties had been inherited by mother, her daughter firm another father, her husband and their uncle
Note
Letter, her daughter Hatije died too the applicant, Retize Argiropoula, represented by Lawyer Aristidis K. Kriaris asks the exact amount she has to receive after all those deaths
Issue Date
1908-10-13
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/57950
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACNEVS00044
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Purchase

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