|Content Description||First Party: the personal representatives of the late 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne [named].|
Second Party: the London and Fort George Land Company Limited.
Third Party: Mary Catherine Barber of Ranby Hall near Retford, Nottinghamshire.
Conveyance by (1) at the request of (2) to (3) of Greenmile Farm, Babworth, together with all cottages and buildings; reserves the benefit of all covenants on the part of the lessees of the mining lease mentioned in schedule 2; property conveyed subject to tenancies and to a tithe redemption annuity and to the East Retford and Worksop planning scheme; includes acknowledgement of the right to production of deeds.
Schedule 1: full description of the property being conveyed, including numbers on 1898 O.S. map, acreage and names of tenants and so on.
Schedule 2: details of reservations to the vendors, inlcuding compensation payable under the Coal Act 1938, mineral rights, rights of passage and so on.
Schedule 3: full list of tenancies to which the conveyed property is subject, including names of tenants, description of property and details of rent.
Schedule 4: list of deeds to which (3) has a right of production.
The conveyance includes a plan showing roads, buildings, fields, and with the property to be conveyed marked in red; includes a compass showing north.
Recitals: (a) agreement dated 5 Apr. 1927 by which the 7th Duke agreed to sell to (2) various estates including the property concerned; (b) payment of the sum of £6,050 to the 7th Duke by (2) on the signing of the agreement; (c) details of the 7th Duke's will and executors; (d) death of the 7th Duke in 1928 and proving of his will; (e) death of Frank Seymour Nilsson Isitt in 1939; (f) conveyance dated 22 Feb. 1944 between the Coal Commission and (1) of coal seams, including under the property concerned; (g) fact that (3) has agreed the purchased of the property; (h) fact that (1) have agreed to concur in the transaction.