From the Legacy of King Aleksandar Obrenović Cover Image

Из оставштине краља Александра Обреновића
From the Legacy of King Aleksandar Obrenović

Author(s): Suzana Rajić
Subject(s): History
Published by: Istorijski institut, Beograd
Keywords: King Aleksandar; Queen Natalija; creditors; representative; decision

Summary/Abstract: After the killing of King Aleksandar Obrenović on June 11th 1903, his property was conferred to the inheriting mother, Queen Natalija, by the executive decision of the Court of Original Jurisdiction for Belgrade. Queen Natalija was obliged to settle accounts with those who claimed the satisfaction of their needs that king failed to meet during lifetime, having failed to fulfill his obligations towards them. A thorough insight into the number and the value of the king’s real estate properties as well as his unpaid debts can be grasped by means of this document. The value of all the king’s real estate properties is estimated to approximately 2,8 million dinars. Of that amount, the Russian Volga-Kama bank claimed 1.301.957,95 dinars in gold, as a value of the two million dinars loan that king’s father Milan made in 1891, by pawning the royal real estate properties.

  • Issue Year: 2010
  • Issue No: 31
  • Page Range: 309-324
  • Page Count: 16
  • Language: Serbian