This is a Land Sales Contract in which the seller, is selling two dunams, (which are considered as two parcels of land with specific measurements) and four shops (typically used to sell produce or goods) to the buyer, Mr. Mahrous Bseiso. The lands are in Beersheba and are in the Qasbah (city centre). The contract indicates that the seller is the buyer’s brother, hence this contract is a sales contract between two brothers form the Bseiso family. The cost of this sale is noted in the contract to be 350 Palestinian Pounds. This contract has two stamps from Palestine to authenticate the temporary agreement until the sale is recorded in the Land Registry of Beersheba District. The agreement also explains the precise location of the land by describing the neighboring lands and their respected owners. This sale took place in the year of 1929, more than 18 years before the Arab Israeli war which led to the refugee crises and occupation of Beersheba.