1603 French Legal Judgment Made after 26 Years of Proceedings00JT20N
17th-century French document that ends a 26 year long legal battle. Deliberated in Paris in 1603, the document ends with three affixed signatures of the members of a council formed in June of 1577. The document states the problems between various individuals and the resultant end with the status of revenues and properties. This document is written in middle-French that lists names of various noble families. Much is left unsaid but given the use of the language and mention of nobility this may possibility be an establishment of estates or other revenues. Certainly an historic work worthy of further research.
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