|Content Description||First Party: Personal Representatives of Henry P.A.D. Pelham-Clinton, 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne [deceased].|
Second Party: London and Fort George Land Company Limited.
Third Party: Mark Dixon of Rhodesia near Worksop.
Conveyance from (1) and (2) to (3) of a piece of land on the the northern side of Retford Road in Worksop, measuring 522 square yards [described in first schedule and edged red on attached plan].
Subject to a mining lease with the Wigan Coal and Iron Company Limited dated 30 Oct. 1896, and varied by release dated 10 Dec. 1906; also subject to an existing tenancy.
Indemnifies (3) from a corn rent charge of 3 half pence payable to the Vicar of Worksop.
Schedule 1: Description of property in question.
Schedule 2: List of reservations to (1) and (2), namely all mines and minerals lying below a depth of 300 feet from the surface; the reversion expectant upon the aforesaid mining lease; free passage of water and soil; the right to erect buildings on adjoining property belonging to (1) and (2); and a right of way over a service road to be built.
Schedule 3: List of restrictions and stipulations to be performed by (3), namely to erect certain boundary fencing; to use the property for a fish and chip shop and not for any other noisy or offensive trade; not to erect any building on the property without prior consent from (2); not to erect any building beyond the building line of 26 feet.
Schedule 4: List of documents to which (3) has the right of production.
Recitals: (a) fact that the 7th Duke had agreed to sell certain estates to (2) for the sum of £6050 by indenture dated 5 Apr. 1927 but no conveyance was executed; (b) fact that (2) paid the purchase money to the 7th Duke and was let into possession and receipt of the rents and profits of the estates; (c) fact that the 7th Duke made a will dated 22 Jul. 1927 and appointed (1) as executors; (d) fact that the 7th Duke died 30 May 1928; (e) fact that (1) and (2) have agreed to sell the property in question to (3).
Includes plan with the property in question edged red; a key plan shows Retford Road and Hardwick Road Road West.