Years after the Battle of Mohács, the Podmanick family, represented by brothers Ján and Rafael, sought to finally become the owner of Lednice, as authorized by a deed from 1504. BIELIKOVÁ. In the autumn of 1533, they launched a military attack against the castle and occupied it. At the same time, they concluded an agreement with the imperial military commander Katzianer, who acknowledged their claims. Lednice remained in the hands of the Podmanick family until 1558. With the death of Rafael Podmanický in 1558, according to the agreement, the Lednice manor and the castle were taken over by the royal chamber, because Rafael had no descendants. The following year, the property was bought by the Košice captain Imrich Telekeši (Thelekessi). Soon after that, on May 30, 1560, he died at an advanced age, and Lednice was inherited by his only son Štefan, who married Petr Forgáč's daughter, Zuzana. Their only son, Michal, was not even four years old when his mother died, and he was only ten years old when he lost his father. He grew up without training in the rough gaps, which was reflected in his life. He became a robber knight. Insecurity prevailed in the castle and on the manor, various violence against the subjects multiplied. Therefore, on September 11, 1600, a military intervention took place against Lednice Castle under Thurz's leadership. Telekeshi did not wait for this military action against his headquarters, because he fled to Poland in mid-August and settled for a temporary period in Krakow.