Aleksandar Rakodczay

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Aleksandar Rakodczay
Aleksandar Rakodczay.jpg
Ban of Croatia-Slavonia
In office
26 June 1907 – 8 January 1908
Preceded byTeodor Pejačević
Succeeded byPavao Rauch
Personal details
Born(1848-09-25)25 September 1848
Bratislava, Kingdom of Hungary, Austrian Empire
Died10 April 1924(1924-04-10) (aged 75)
Trenkovo, Sava Banovina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia

Aleksandar Rakodczay (25 September 1848 – 10 April 1924) was a Croatian politician who served as Ban of Croatia-Slavonia between 1907 and 1908. Originating from the Hungarian family with properties in Hrvatsko Zagorje. After studying law in Hungary, from 1873. He was an intern at the Croatian ministry in Budapest, from 1874. Judge in Sombor, Baji and great Kikinda, and from 1884. Assistant clerk at the Royal table in Budapest. As. 1885. At the invitation of the Croatian ban K. Khuen-Héderváry, he came to Zagreb in the position of the main state attorney and was 1886. Became Judge of the table of Seven. From 1893. He was President of the judgment table, then Vice President (from 1898) and president of Banskoga STOL (from 1905) in Zagreb. With his arrival to the Banic honour, after the resignation of T. Pejačević in 1907, the "New course" policy in Croatia has suffered its final breakdown. After withdrawing from the place Bana 1908. was appointed President of the Table of Seven (up to 1912).[1]

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Political offices
Preceded by
Teodor Pejačević
Ban of Croatia-Slavonia
1907–1908
Succeeded by
Pavao Rauch