- a farmhouse with a burnt roof and a field, beside a river
- a vineyard and plowland near a church of S. Maria
- a run-down house at S. Margherita
- three 4-room workers' flats at S. Zane Bragola, valued at 240 ducats.
- a palazzo at S. Zulian, valued at 1300 ducats.
- the family palazzo on the campo at S. Moritzio, valued at 1100 ducats.
For that reason, it was four months before Leonardo noticed that there was no rent from S. Zulian . He sent his agent, Ser Baptista di Antonio, to inquire. Ser Baptista reported back on 8 July 1540 that Ser Antonio Stampa from Naples was missing. This is what was missing with him:
- the door of the inner staircase with its ironmongery.
- the glass from the veranda windows on the inner court
- the glass from two windows beside the small door on the mezzanine
- the firebox from the small room by the door on the mezzanine
- a shelf and two glass windows from the kitchen
- all the glass from the ground floor windows onto the courtyard.
- the trundle bed from under the great bed in the upper chamber
- all the bedding from the two upper chambers
- the keys for the bedrooms and the storerooms
- the keys for the back door, the mezzanine door, the office, and the great door.
Over the next few years, Almoro left Venice, Leonardo died, Lucrezia remarried, Francesco and Alvise died, Lucrezia died. In 1561, 31 years after the original judgment in the case, Alvise's son Oratio was still paying Lucrezia's second husband, Agustin Ferro, interest on the dowry.