Per this agreement, Mohammad Al-Safadi, co-owner of a plantation, sold his 1/6th share of said plantation to fellow plantation co-owners Hajj Mahrous Bseiso, Mohammad Radhi, and Abdullah Albardini for “Thirty One Pounds and Four Hundred mils only”. The location of the plantation is not mentioned. However, because the document indicates that Mohammad Radhi, Abdullah Albardini, and Mohammad Al-Safadi were from Beersheba, it can be inferred that the plantation was located in or near Beersheba. This document also refers to produce and livestock that was grown on this plantation. References to large pieces of undeveloped land owned by Mahrous Bseiso in Palestine help tell the story of Mahrous Bseiso and his plans to develop these farmlands into an infrastructure.