|Content Description||First Party: The London and Fort George Land Company Limited.|
Second Party: William Dennis Mitchell, of Worksop.
Conveyance from (1) to (2) of a property known as 30 Central Avenue, situated on the north side of Central Avenue in Worksop, measuring 207 square yards; includes half of the bed of the River Ryton; the property in question was part of a larger piece of land contained in a conveyance dated 29 Jul. 1902.
Subject to the following: All rights of way, light, water, drainage and other easements affecting the property; a mining lease with the Shireoaks Colliery Company Ltd dated 20 Dec. 1938; an existing tenancy; all quit, chief and other rents etc; all orders and regulations of Local or Public Authorities; all liability for maintenance of walls, fences, gutters, drains and sewers.
(2) covenants to observe and perform the conditions and stipulations contained in the aforementioned conveyance dated 29 Jul. 1902.
(2) covenants to do all things necessary to obtain payment claimed by (1) under the Town and Country Planning Act 1947.
The property in question was Lot 8 in the Newcastle Estate sale [held at Worksop on 2 Jun. 1949].