Orhan Gazi inherited 16.000 km2 land and he
left his son Murad I 95.000 km2 land. Orhan Gazi was conscious about the
necessity of an administrative system and he appointed Candarlı Kara Halil Pasha and Alaeddin Pasha to regulate the
administrative laws. Orhan Gazi put emphasis on three main points in the state
administration; first money, second army and the third clothing. He appointed kadis
(Muslim judges) for justice, and Subasıs (police
superintendents) for military issues for the lands he conquered. The first Ottoman coin
was minted in 1326.