With the registry of Max's name of the real estate of the defunct Fideicommis in the land books were written down the liens and obligations resulting of the 1927 accord.
These obligations of Max towards Zdenek's family consisted in



- a servitude of permanent co-usage of the Lobkovic Palais (the second floor appartement) and a summer apartment in Jezeri castle.



- financial compensations



- the unpaid part of the above financial compensation was written down in the "Zemske Desky" (old land books) and the collateral were the estates of Bilina, Jezeri and Libceves (the castles and about 10 000 ha of mainly forest land). The value of the estates correponded to the nominal amount of the 6 000 000 KCS (Czechoslovak Crowns of the time - over 50 times more in todays Czech crowns) debt and the interest had been established at 6% yearly. This debt was still figuring in the land books until 1964 when the cadastral reform was promulgated.



- the third of the value of alienated or sold part (willingly or by force) of the Roudnice collection, if circumstances forced the guardian of the collection (Max) to such event. (ref)

The complete terms may be found in the translation of the 1927 "dohoda" here.
THE TERMS OF THE 1927
LOBKOWICZ-ROUDNICE "DOHODA"
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