|Content Description||First Party: The trustees of the late 7th Duke of Newcastle under Lyne.|
Second Party: The London and Fort George Land Company Limited.
Third Party: The Forestry Commissioners.
Demise from (1) by the direction of (2) to (3) for 999 years of property described in schedule a; reserves to (1) and (2) all the exceptions listed in schedule b.
Rent: £128 during years 1 and 2; £165 during years 3 and 4; £213 during years 5 and 6; £284 during year 7; and £330 during year 8 and each subsequent year.
Schedule A: a full description of the demised premises, namely 1965.796 acres of land in the parishes of Babworth, Carburton, Elkesley, Welbeck and Worksop; sets out full details of the parcels of land in each parish, provided the number of each parcel on the 2898 O.S. map and the acreage of each parcel; schedule also provides full details of rights of way included in the demise.
Schedule B: list of exceptions and reservations from the demised premises, including mineral rights, the right to enter the premises to take air and exercise, full and free passage and running of water and soil, full and free right to erect buildings on adjoining land, rights of way over a private road in Clumber Park, timber over particular parts of the property [specified] and so on.
Schedule C: list of covenants to be adhered to by (3) including payment of rent, payment of taxes and duties, keeping roads and fences in good repair and so on; 15 covenants in total.
Schedule D: list of covenants to be adhered to by (1) and (2).
Includes a plan with the property in question bounded in red, and different areas coloured yellow, blue, green and orange; the plan is drawn to a scale of 6 inches to 1 mile and is marked with Clumber Lake, numerous roads and buildings and a compass showing north; dated Apr. 1938.