|Content Description||First Party: The London and Fort George Land Company Limited.|
Second Party: Reginald Mokes, of Worksop.
Conveyance from (1) to (2) of a piece of land measuring 232 square yards, situated on the northern side of East Gate in Worksop; formerly contained 2 cottages known as 139 and 141 East Gate, which have been demolished [refers to a plan accompanying a conveyance from Mary Cullen to the 7th Duke of Newcastle dated 19 Jun. 1908].
(2) covenants to do all things necessary to obtain payment claimed by (1) under the Town and Country Planning Act 1947.
Schedule 1: List of matters subject to which the property in conveyed, namely all quit and chief rent, tithe annuities, corn rents, etc; all rights of way, light, water, drainage, and other easements affecting the property; all orders and regulations of Local or Public Authorities; and all liability for maintenance and repair of walls, fences, gutters, sewers, and drains, and for the construction of any road abutting upon or intersecting the property.
Schedule 2: List of documents to which (2) is entitled to production of.
The property in question was Lot 10 in the Newcastle Estate sale [held at Worksop on 2 Jun. 1949].