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From N.C. Rothshild to H.C. JanesAbstract of the Title of H.C. Janes LIMITED to freehold land formally known as Bedgrove Farm at Aylesbury in the county of Buckingham (1962) 2nd December 1919 AS TO PART BY CONVEYANCE of this date between the Hon Nathaniel Charles Rothshild of Tring Park, Tring in the county of Hertford (Vendor) of the one part and John Henry Tapping of Bedgrove Farm, Aylesbury county of Bucks Farmer (Purchaser) of the other part RECITING Vendor was seised in fee simple in posession free from incumbrance of the hereditaments thereinafter desribed and intended to be thereby conveyed and agreed for sale It was WITNESSED in consideration of £10,685 to Vendor paid by Purchaser (receipt etc.) Vendor as Beneficial Owner thereby granted and conveyed unto Purchaser (inter alia) FIRSTLY ALL THAT farm known as Bedgrove Farm situated in the parishes of Weston Turville and Aylesbury in said County of Bucks with the farmhouse farmbuildings cottages pieces of land and premises constituting the same and containing in the whole 282 acres 2 roods 24 perches or thereabouts which said hereditaments were thenin the occupation of Purchaser or his undertenants and and were particularly described in 1st part of Schedule thereto and for better identification of thereof were delineated on 1st map or plan annexed to abstracting presents and thereon coloured pink such map or plan being taken from Ord. Survey Maps of said Parishes and number in such 1st part of said Schedule referring to corresponding numbers in such 1st map or plan TO HOLD same unto and to the use of the Purchaser in fee simple THE SCHEDULE referred to 1st Part No on Ord. Map Parish Description Acreage 275 Weston Turville Land 25.283 273 do. do. 25.993 272 do. do. 11.553 270 do. do. 15.001 271 do. do. 2.594 277 do. Garden etc. 1.605 278 do. House bldgs garden 3.269 276 do. Land 11.561 279 do. do. 14.091 282 do. do. 16.730 281 do. Cottages garden .861 280 do. Wood 3.335 254 do. Wood 1.706 236 do. Land 9.226 237 do. do. 9.877 255 do. do. 24.877 256 do. do. 11.615 257 do. do. 18.188 285 do. do. 50.695 253 do. do. 17.205 71 Aylesbury do. 7.310 ------- 282.625 ------- EXECUTED by Rozsika Rothschild as Attorney for Vendor by Power of Attorney dated 6th May 1919 and attested KNOW ALL MEN by thee presents that the HONOURABLE NATHANIEL CHARLES ROTHSHILD of New Court St. Swithins Lane in the City of London and of Tring Park in the County of Hertford and of Arundel House Kensington Palace Gardens in the County of London DID THEREBY APPOINT his wife THE HONOURABLE ROZSIKA ROTHSHILD his true and lawful Attorney in his name or in her name and on his behalf generally to do executed or performed any act deed matter or thing which in the oinion of his said Attorney ought to be done executed or performed in or about his affairs concerns engagements or business of every nature and kind whatsoever as fully and effectually as he himself could do in his proper person and particularly and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power to do all or any of the following acts and things: (Inter alia) 2. To receive and give effectual receipts and discharges for all or any moneys goods merchandise documents chattels effects and property whatsoever which should come to the hands of the said Attorney either solely on his behalf or jointly with others which receipts or disharges whether given in his name or in the name of his said attorney should exonerate the person or persons or property from seeing to the application thereof of being responsible for the loss of misapplication thereof 6. To manage or superintended the management of all the estates and hereditaments of whatever tenure to which he was or swhould become seized possessed or entitled and to accept surrenders of lease of tenancies and to enter into arrangementswith tenants or otherzs and to insure and keep insured houses and buildings and any chattels or effects And to appoint or employ any agents stewards overseers servants or other persons at such remuneration and on such terms as his attorney might think proper 7. To execute sign enter into acknowledge perfect and do all such contracts conveyances leases mortgages transfers assignments surrenders releases reconveyances assurances deeds agreements instruments acts and things as his Attorney might think requisite or proper on his behalf and either in her name on his behalf or in his mane and as his act and deed to sign seal and deliver any such deed or instrument and in particular but without prejudice to the generality of abstracting clause to enter into sign execute and deliver any agreement for or deed of partner- ship with any person or persons whomsoever 19. To sell exchange surrender demise let manage mortgage charge or otherwise deal with or dispose of all or any the freehold copyhold leasehold or other property then or thereafter belonging to him or purchased by his Attorney and to receive and enforce payment of the rents of such freehold copyhold and leasehold property DULY executed and attested 20th December 1890 BY HIS WILL of this date said J.H. Tapping appointed his wife Kate to be Executor and Trustee of his Will and after bequeathing a specific and general legacy to her Testator devised all his rel estate unto his wife for her own use and benefit during her life and after her decease Testator directed that his real estate shoud be sold and the proceeds divided as therein mentioned and Testator gave and bequeathed residue of his personal estate unto his said wife Kate upon trust for sale as therein mentioned 26th March 1923 Death of Testtor at Bedgrove Farm aforementioned 3rd October 1923 PROBATE granted to Kate Tapping relict of deceased out of Oxford District Registry sole Executrix 3rd February 1929 Death of Kate Tapping intestate 2nd July 1929 LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION granted out of Oxford District Probate Registry to Henry Tapping and William Ernest Tapping the lawful sons and two of the persons entitled to share in the estate of said intestate 25th March 1930 BY ASSENt of this date by Harry Tapping of Bedgrove Aylesbury County of Bucks Farmer and William Ernest Tapping of Yew Tree Farm Stoke Mandeville in said County of Bucks Farmer (thereinafter called the Administrators) RECITING: 1. Will of J.H. Tapping (Testator) 2. Death and probate of Testator 3. Testator left him surviving 8 children (thereinafter called "the Testators children") all having attained age of 23 years 4. By virtue of transitional provisions of Law and Property Act 1925 legal estate in fee simple in poroerty described in Schedule thereto became vested in said K. Tapping upon trust of said Will 5. Letters of administration and death of K. Tapping 6. Administrators did not have recourse to said property for purpose of administration 7. In circumstances aforesaid and by virtue of paragraph 2 of 4th part of 1st Schedule to said Actssaid property was then subject to statutory trusts in that Schedule mentioned and administrators entitled to have said property vested in them upon same statutory trusts THEN ABSTRACTING ASSENT made for purpose of giving effect to provisions of paragraph 1 of said part of said Schedule WITNESSED as follows: 1. Administrators as Personal Representatives of said K. Tapping deceased thereby assented to vested in themselves of ALL AND SINGULAR said property in Schedule thereto for an estate in fee simple upon statutory trusts then affecting same under or by virtue of said Act SCHEDULE referred to (inter alia) 1. Freehold Farm and lands known as Bedgrove Farm, Weston Turville Nr Aylesbury in County of Bucks late in occupation of deceased and containing 280 acres or thereabouts SIGNED by Administrators and witnessed Memorandum endorsed on Letters of Administration of Kate Tapping dated 2nd July 1929 Memorandum that by an assent daed 25th March 1930 under the hands of Harry Tapping of Bedgrove Aylesbury Bucks. Farmer and William Ernest Tapping of Yew Tree Farm Stoke Mandeville Bucks. Farmer the said Harry Tapping and W.E. Tapping as the personal Representatives of Kate Tapping deceased assented to the vesting in themselves of ALL the property hereunder described for an estate in fee simple Upon the Statutory Trusts affecting the same under or by virtue of Law of Property Act 1925 (Inter alia) 1. Freehold farm and lands known as Bedgrove Farm Weston Turville Nr Aylesbury Bucks late on the occupation of the deceased and containing 286 acres or thereabouts. 29th April 1944 DEATH of said H. Tapping BY DEED OF APPOINTMENT of this date between William Ernest Tapping aforesaid (thereinafter called the Appointer) of one part and said William Ernest Tapping and Sydney Edwin Herbert of "The Limes" Upper Winchendon in said County Farmer (thereinafter called the New Trustees of other part) RECITING:- 1. Will of Testator 2. Death of Testator and Probate of Will 3. Testator left him surviving 8 children (thereinafter called the Testator' children) and no moreall of whom had attained age of 23 years 4. By virtue of transitional provisions of Laws of Property Act 1925 legal estate in fee simple in said properties became vested in said K. Tapping upon trusts of said will 5. Death of K. Tapping leaving all Testator's children her surviving and Letters of Administration 6. H. Tapping and Appointer did not require to have recourse to before mentioned properties for purpose of administration 7. Before abstracted Assent 8. Clause which did not affect abstracting title 9. Death of H. Tapping 10. Abstracting Assent was extracted by said H. Tapping and Appointer on assumption that by virtue of paragraph 2 of 4th part of 1st Schedule of said Act said property became subject to statutory trusts in that Schedule mentioned but was uncertain in circumstances whether said provisions of said Act were applicable 11. In order to put title of said properties beyond doubt Appointer agreed to appoint new Trustees to be Trustees of Will of said Testator IT WAS WITNESSED: 1. In exercise of power for that purpose conferred on him by Trustee Act 1925 and of every other power him enabling Appointer thereby appointed new trustees to be Trustees of Will of said Testator in place of said H. Tapping deceased for all the purposes of trust contained in said Testator's Will or such of said purpose as were subsisting and capable of taking effect 2. Appointor as surviving Personal Representative of said K.Tapping deceased thereby conveyed th the new Trustees ALL AND SINGULAR property and premises described in 1st and 2nd schedule thereto TO HOLD same unto new Trustees in fee simple upon trust for sale 3. Apointor thereby acknowledged right of new Trustees to production of before recited Letters of Administration of K. Tapping deceased and of Assent of 25th March 1930 and to THE FIRST SCHEDULE Before abstracted property THE SECOND SCHEDULE Propery not affecting this title EXECUTED by Appointer and New Trustee and attested 15th October 1945 BY CONVEYANCE of this date made between said William Ernest Tapping and Sydney Edwin Herbert (thereinafter called the Vendors) of the one part and William Arthur Walker of The Elms Longwick in said County of Bucks Farmer and Timber Merchant (thereinafter called the Purchaser) of the other part RECITING :- 1. Will of said J.H. Tapping (Testator) as before abstracted 2. Death and Probate of Will of Testator before abstracted 3. By virtue of transitional provisions of Law of Property Act 1925 the legal estate in fee simple (inter alia) became vested in said K. Tapping upon the trusts of the Settlement created by said Will but no vesting Deed was ever made in her favour pursuant to requirements of Settled Land Act 1925 4. Death of said K. Tapping and Letters of Administration as before abstracted 5. Before abstracted Assent of 25th March 1930 6. death of said H. Tapping as before abstracted 7. Before abstracted Deed of 22nd November 1944 8. The Vendors as Trustee of the Will of Testator and in exercise of said trust for sale have agreed with the Purchaser for the sale to him of the unincumbered fee simple in possession of the property thereinafter described at the price of £27,000 IT WAS WITNESSED as follows :- 1. In consideration of the sum of £27,000 paid to the Vendors by Purchaser (receipt etc.) the Vendors as Trustees of said Will of Testator thereby conveyed unto Purchaser ALL THAT farm known as Bedgrove Farm situate in the Parish of Weston Turville and the Borough of Aylesbury is said County of Bucks with the farmhouse farm buildings cottages pieces of land and premises constituing the same and containing in the whole 276.314 acres or thereabouts which said hereditaments were more and declined on the plan drawn on abstracting presents and thereon coloured pink TO HOLD the same unto the Purchaser in fee simple 2. ACKNOWLEDGMENT of right of Purchaser to production of documents specified in Second Schedule thereto and to delivery of copies thereof THE FIRST SCHEDULE above referred to Ordanance Sheet No. Description Area In The Parish of Weston Turville 236 Pasture 9.266 237 do. 9.887 253 do. 17.205 254 Woodland 1.706 255 Pasture (Ploughed up by order of Bucks W.A.E.C) 24.877 256 " " 11.615 257 " " 18.188 270 Pasture 15.001 271 do. 2.594 272 do. 11.553 273 pt Pasture (10 acres ploughed up by Order of B.W.A.E.C.) 24.007 275 Pasture 25.283 276 do. 11.561 277 Garden etc. 1.605 278 House, buildings garden etc. 3.343 279 Pasture 14.017 280 Woodland 3.335 281 Cottage gardens etc. .861 282 Pasture 16.730 285 Part Pasture (ploughed up by order of B.W.A.E.C.) 46.370 In the Borough of Aylesbury 71 Pasture (ploughed up by order of B.W.A.E.C.) 7.301 276.314 The second schedule above referred to 3rd October 1923 Probate of Will of said J.H. Tapping 2nd July 1929 Letters of Administration of said K. Tapping 25th March 1930 Assent 22nd November 1944 Deed of Appointment of New Trustee Executed by the Trustees and attested Memorandum endorsed on Probate of Will of John Henry Tapping dated 3rd October 1923 By a Conveyance dated 15th October 1945 the freehold property known as Bedgrove Farm in the Parishes of Weston Turville and Aylesbury in the County of Buckingham and conveyed to William Arthur Walker for an estate in fee simple and his right to production and delivery of copies of the within Probate was acknowledged 12th August 1922 AS TO THE REMAINDER BY INDENTURE of this date made between Clement John Holt formerly of Aylesbury but then of Buckingham County of Bucks Hotel Manager (thereinafter called the Vendor) of the one part and Francis Roberts of Aylesbury aforesaid Gentleman (thereinafter called the Purchaser) of other part Reciting seisin of Vendor and agreement for sale IT WAS WITNESSED in pursuance of said agreement and in consideration of £680 paid etc. (receipt etc.) the Vendor as Beneficial Owner thereby conveyed unto the Purchaser ALL THOSE pieces of land situate in the Parish of Aylesbury County of Bucks particulars whereof (according to Ordnance survey) were set forth in Schedule thereto which said hereditaments and premises formerly formed part of Walton Grange Farm and for identification delineated on the plan drawn on abstracting presents and thereon coloured pink TO HOLD unto and to the use of Purchaser in fee simple subject to footpath shown on said plan COVENANT by Purchaser that he would not call or refer to the property thereby conveyed by any name containing the words "Walton" except as postal address or "Grange" or permit same to be so called or named ACKNOWLEDGMENT AND UNDERTAKING by Vendor to prouction and delivery of copies of Indenture dated 12th November 1920 and made between the Honourable N.C. Rothschild (1) Ralph Carey Hazell (2) and Vendor (3) and for safe custody thereof THE SCHEDULE above referred to No. of Field Description Acreage 115 Pasture 10. 0. 11 70 do. 4. 2. 29 Total 14. 3. 0. EXECUTED by Vendor and attested 13th February 1924 BY HIS WILL of this date said F. Roberts appointed James Henry Coales of Ayesbury, Bucks Solicitor and Helen Anne Partridge of 8 Rickfords Hill Aylesbury aforesaid Spinster to be Executors thereof and after making various bequests and devises not affecting the subject of this Abstract Testator gave devised and bequeathed appointed ALL the resdue of his real and personal estate whatsoever and wheresoever and of what nature and kind soever and over which Testator had any power of appointment or disposition by Will UNTO his Trustees upon trust for sale 20th January 1927 TESTATOR died at Aylesbury 12th May 1927 WILL Of said Testator proved in District Registry at Oxford by both Executors 28th September 1927 BY ASSENT of this date said J.H.Coales and H.A> Partridge assented to the vesting in themselves Upon trust for sale of (inter alia) the following - 1. A piece of land situate in Parish of Aylesbury County of Bucks being a portion of property conveyed by before abstracted Indenture and delineated on plan drawn thereon and numbered 70 Area 4.2.29 29th September 1927 BY CONVEYANCE of this date made between said J.H. Coales and H.A. Partridge (Vendors) of one part and Sarah Grace Rickard of Wood End Farm Little Horwood in said County of Bucks Spinster (Purchaser) of other part RECITING:- 1. Before abstracted Assent of 28th September 1927 2. The Vendors as such Trustees as aforesaid had agreed to sell to Purchasers the property thereinafter described and fee simple thereof in possession free from incumbrances at the price of £230 IT WAS WITNESSED as follows :- 1. In pursuance of said agreement and in consideration of £230 paid etc. (receipt etc.) the Vendors as Trustees thereby conveyed unto the Purchaser ALL THAT Piece or parcel of land situate in Parish of Aylesbury County of Bucks containing by admeasurement 4 acres 2 roods 29 poles or thereabouts which said piece of land formally formed part of Walton Grange Farm and for identification there was delineated on the plan drawn on abstracting presents and thereof coloured pink and numbered 70 TO HOLD unto the Purchaser in fee simple discharged from all trusts powers and provisions affecting the proceeds of sale 2. Acknowledge of right of Purchaser to production of documents mentioned in schedule thereto and to delivery of copies thereof CERTIFICATE of value THE SCHEDULE referred to 12th August 1922 CONVEYANCE as before abstracted 12th May 1927 PROBATE of Will of said F. Roberts 28th September 1927 ASSENT as before recited EXECUTED by Vendors and attested 25th March 1946 BY CONVEYANCE of this date made between said S.G. Rickard (Vendor) JOhn James Evett of 15 Princes Road Aylesbury Bucks Retired Farmer (Purchaser) of second part and Willaim Arthur Walker of Longwick said County of Bucks (Sub-Purchaser) of third part RECITING :- 1. Vendor was seised of property thereinafter described in fee simple in possesion free from incumbrances and agreement for sale to Purchaser at price of £350 2. The Purchaser had agreed to re-sellsaid property to the Sub-Purchaser at the price of £370 IT WAS WITNESSED as follows :- 1. In consideration of £370 paid by Sub-Purchaser as to £350 part thereof to Vendor by direction of Purchaser and as to &poound;20 balance thereof to the Purchaser (receipts etc.) the Vendor as Beneficial Owner by direction of Purchaser thereby conveyed and Purchaser as Trustee thereby conveyed and confirmed unto the Sub-Purchaser ALL the before abstracted premises TO HOLD unto the Sub-Purchaser in fee simple 2. Certificate of value EXECUTED by said S.G. Rickard and J.J. evett and attested 29th JUne 1948 BY CONVEYANCE of this date made between said William Arthur Walker (Vendor) of the one part and W.A. Walker (Farm) Limited whose Registered Office was at 20 Frogmoor High Wycombe in said County of Bucks (thereinafter called the Company) of the other part RECITING Vendor was seised of property thereinafter described in fee simple in possesion free from incumbrances and has agreed to sell the same to the Company at the price of £27,000. IT WAS WITNESSED as follows :- 1. In consideration of sum of £27,000 paid to Vendor by Company (reciept etc.) the Vendor as Beneficial Owner thereby conveyed unto the Company ALL THAT farm known as Bedgrove Farm situate in the Parish of Weston Turville and the Borough of Aylesbury in County of Bucks with the farmhouse farm buildings cottages pieces of land and premises constituting the same and cotaining in the whole 276.314 acres or thereabouts and whichsaid hereditaments were more particularly described in First Schedule to before abstracted Conveyance of 15th October 1945 SECONDLY ALL THAT piece or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Aylesbury adjoining the hereditaments first before described containing by admeasurement 4 acres 2 roods 29 perches or thereabouts as described in before abstracted Conveyance of 29th September 1927 TO HOLD the same unto the Company in fee simple EXECUTED by said W.A. Walker and attested 31st January 1957 BY CERTIFICATE OF SEARCH of this date in H.M. Land Registry (No. 61907/57) against W.A. Walker (Farm) Limited revealing two LC.C(iv) entries. (Note: These two entries relate to options given to H.J. Janes Limited to purchase Bedgrove Farm). 11th February 1957 BY CONVEYANCE of this date made between W.A. Walker (Farm) Limited whose registered office was situate at Station Close Amersham Hill High Wycombe in the County of Buckingham (Vendor) of the one part and H.C. Janes Limited whose registered office was situate at 183 High Town Road Luton in the County of Bedford (Purchaser) of the other part RECITING seisin of Vendor of the property thereinafter described in fee simple in possession free from incumbrances and agreement to sell the same to the Purchaser at the price of £48,000 IT WAS WITNESSED that in consideration of the sum of £48,000 paid by Purchaser to Vendor (receipt etc.) the Vendor as Beneficial Owner thereby conveyed unto the Purchaser FIRSTLY ALL THAT farm known as Bedgrove Farm situate in the Parish of Weston Turville and in the Borough of Aylesbury in the County of Buckingham with the farmhouse buildings cottages and pieces or parcels of land constituting the same and containing in the whole 276.314 acres or thereabouts and which said hereditaments were more particulary described in the schedule thereto and were for the purpose of identification only delineated on the plan annexed thereto and thereon edged pink and SECONDLY ALL THAT piece or parcel of land situate in the Borough of Aylesbury aforesaid adjoining the hereditaments firstly thereinbefore described and containing 4 acres 2 roods and 29 perches or thereabouts which said piece or parcel of land was for the purpose of identification only delineated on the said plan and thereon edged blue being number 70 on the Ordinance Survey Map for the said Borough TO HOLD the same unto the Purchaser in fee simple THE SCHEDULE above referred to Ordanance Sheet No. Description Area In The Parish of Weston Turville 236 Pasture 9.266 237 do. 9.887 253 do. 17.205 254 Woodland 1.706 255 Pasture (Ploughed up by order of Bucks W.A.E.C) 24.877 256 " " 11.615 257 " " 18.188 270 Pasture 15.001 271 do. 2.594 272 do. 11.553 273 pt Pasture (10 acres ploughed up by Order of B.W.A.E.C.) 24.007 275 Pasture 25.283 276 do. 11.561 277 Garden etc. 1.605 278 House, buildings garden etc. 3.343 279 Pasture 14.017 280 Woodland 3.335 281 Cottage gardens etc. .861 282 Pasture 16.730 285 Part Pasture (ploughed up by order of B.W.A.E.C.) 46.370 In the Borough of Aylesbury 71 Pasture (ploughed up by order of B.W.A.E.C.) 7.301 276.314 SEALED by the Vendor in the presence of a Director and Secretary and SEALED by the Purchaser in the presence of a Director and Secretary 28th April 1959 BY AGREEMENT of this date made between the said H.C. JANES LIMITED (who was thereinafter called "the Company") of the one part and THE MAYOR ALDERMAN AND BURGESS OF THE BOROUGH OF AYLESBURY acting by the Council of the said Borough (thereinafter called "the Council") of the other part RECITING: (1) Seisin of the Company of Bedgrove Farm Aylesbury in the County of Buckingham (thereinafter called "the Estate") as shown on the plan annexed to abstracting presents and thereon coloured pink (2) The Company proposed to erect houses on the Estate and to undertake ancillary development in accordance with the plans approved by the local planning authority (3) It was desired that in the future the amenities of the Estate should be preserved and in particular that the appearance thereof should not be spoiled within the development of the Estate as a whole and to that end the Company had agreed with the Council as thereinafter mentioned IT WAS WITNESSED as follows :- 1. In consideration of abstracting presents and in pursuance of the said agreement and for the benefit and protection of the Estate into whosoever hands the sameor any part or parts thereof might come the Company for itself and for its successors in title and assigns and any person claiming through or under them but so that the company should not be liable for any breach of this covenant in respect of any part or parts of the Estate after the Company should have disposed of all its interest in the same to any third party other that by way of a sale or transfer upon any amalgamation or reconstruction of the company THEREBY COVENANTED with the Council (a) Notwithstanding any provision in the Town and County Planning General Development Order 1950 or in any modification or replacement thereof or other statute statutory instrument regulation or order which might thereafter be enacted made or ordered not without the prior consent in writing of the Council over the hand of their Borough Engineer and Surveyor for the time being first had and obtained to be erect or permit or suffer to be erected (i) in any position on any part or parts of the Estate any garage shed hut caravan moving dwellinghouse on wheels or other structure or erection or (ii) in front of the building line for any road on the Estate any boundary wall fence hedge or other means of enclosure unless in either case the same should previously have been approved by the Local Planning authority under the Town and County Planning Act 1947 or under any modification or replacement thereof (b) In any conveyance transfer or lease of the Estate or any part or parts thereof or of any house property or other building erected or to be erected on ay part of the Estate to impose a covenant to secure the bservance of the covenant therein contained by the purchaser transfereee or leasee under such conveyance trnsfer or lease 2. DECLERATION that this agreement and the undertaking or covenant therein contained should be an agreement given or made in connection with the Estate and made in pursuance of section 12 of the Buckinghamshire County Council Act 1957 and should be treated as a local land charge for the purpose of the Land Charges Act 1957 SEALED by the Company in the presence of a Director and Secretary and SEALED by the Council in the presence of the Mayor and Town Clerk.
H.J. Janes to Jansel Land LimitedSUPPLEMENTAL ABSTRACT of the TITLE (1964) -of- JANSEL LAND LIMITED -to- 155.844 acres of freehold land at Aylesbury in the County of Buckingham (Bedgrove Farm Estate) 26th March 1964 BY ONVCE of this dte btwn H.C. JANES LIMITED whose regd office was site at Jansel House Stopsley Green Luton in the Coy of Bedford (thrinar clld "the Vndr") of the one pt and JANSEL LAND LIMITED whose regd office was also site at Jansel House Stopsley Green Luton afsd (thrinar clld "the Pchsr") of the other pt RECITING:- (1) Seisin of the Vndr in fee simple in posson of the land thrinar dewcbd and thrby convd sbjt thrinar mentd but otherwise free from icumbs (2) Agmnt by Vndr with Pchsr for sale to it for £623,376. of the fee simple of the d ppty sbjt as thrinar mentd but otherwise free from incumbs THEN IT WAS WITNESSED as follows:- 1. IN pursuance of the sd agmnt and in conson of the sum of £623,376. pd by the Pchsr th the Vndr (rect. etc.) the Vndr as Benefl Ownr thrby convd unto the Pchsr ALL THOSE pcs or pcls of land site in the Borough of Aylesbury in the Coy of Buckingham togr comprising in area 155.844 acres or thrbts as the same were for the ppses of idon only more parly deld and descbd on the plan annxd thrto and thron endged blue (but excluding the two pcs of land edged red on the sd plan) wch sd pcs or pcls of land formed pt of the Vndr's Bedgrove Farm Estate and were with other land convd to the Vndr by a Convce dtd the 11th February 1957 and mde btwn W. A. Walker(Farm) LImited of the oe pt and the Vndr of the other pt TOGR with full nd free right and liberty for the Pchsr and its successors in title in common with the Vndr and all other persons havg a similar rt at all times and for all ppses with or without vehicles and animals to go pass and repass along over and upon the roads laid out or to laid out within 21 years from the dte throf by the Vndr in connection with its sd Este TOGR ALSO with the rt to connect with and use in common as afsd the drains and sewers laid or to be laid within 21 years from the dte throf under the adjng land then or formerly of the Vndr and under the sd roads for the ppse of running water and soil from the land thrby convd and any buildings for the time being thron the Pcshr and its successors in title paying a fair proportion of the expense of repairing maintng and cleansing the sd drains and sewers EXCEPTAND RESERVING unto the Vndr and its successors in title in fee simple the rt for the Vndr and any person persons corporation or council to whom it may grant the like right (a) at all times and for all purposes with or without vehicles and animals to go pass and repass along over and upon and roads laid or to be laid out within 21 years from the date throf by the Pchsr or its successors in title upon the land thrby convd and (b) to connect with and use the drains and sewers laid or to be laid within 21 years frmo the date throf under the land thrby convd for the ppse of running water and soil from all parts of the Vendor's sd Este and any buildings for the time being thron the Vndr and its successors in title and assigns paying a fair proportion of the expense or repairing maintng and cleansing the sd drains and sewers TO HOLD the same (except and reserving as afsd) unto the Pchsr in fee simple SUBJECT to the covenant on the pt of the Vndr contd in an Agrmnt dtd the 28th April 1959 and mde btwn the Vndr of the one pt and the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Aylesbury of the other pt and to all rights of drainage and other easements (if any) then subsisting in favour of or enjoyed by the owners or occupiers of any adjg or neighbouring land under or in relation to the sd land thrby convd or any pt or pts throf AND SUBJECT ALSO to and with the benefit of an Agmnt dtd 31st July 1958 and mde btwn the Vndr of the one pt and the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Aylesbury of the other pt so far as the sd Agmnt related to the land thrby convd 2. DECLERATION that the Convce thereby made should not be deemed to imply the grant of any rt of light air or otherwise which would in any manner diminish or interfere with the free user by the Vndr of any adjg r neighbouring land of the Vndr whereby for building or any other ppses 3. COVENANT by Pcshsr with Vndr that the Pcshr would at all times thrar observe and perform the conenant on the pt of the Vndr contd in the sd Agmnt dtd the 28th April 1959 and the agmnts and covts on the pt of the Vndr contd in the sd Agmnt dtd the 31st Juy 1958 so far as the same related to the land thrby convd and would indemnify the Vndr and its successors in title and assigns from and against all actions proceedings costs claims and liabilities in respect of any future breach non observance or non performance throf so far as afsd 4. ACKNOWLEDGMENT by Vndr of right of Pcshr to prodon of docts of title specified in the Schedule thrto and to dely of copies throf and undertaking for safe custody of same THE SCHEDULE above refd to 2nd December 1919 CONVEYANCE mde btwn the Hon Nathaniel Charles Rothschild (1) and John Henry Tapping (2) 15th October 1945 CONVEYANCE mde btwn William Ernst Tapping and Sydney Edwin Herbert (1) and William Arthur Walker (2) 29th September 1927 CONVEYANCE mde btwn James Henry Coales and Henry Anne Partridge (1) and Sarah Grace Rickard (2) 25th March 1946 CONVEYANCE mde btwn Sarah Grace Rickard (1) John James Evett (2) and William Arthur Walker (3) 29th June 1948 CONVEYANCE mde btwn William Arthur Walker (1) and W.A. Walker ` (Farm) Ltd (2) 11th February 1957 CONVEYANCE mde btwn W.A. Walker (Farm) Ltd (1) and the Vendor (2) 28th April 1959 DUPLICATE AGREEMENT mde btwn the Vendor (1) and the Mayor Aldermen and Burgesses of the Borough of Aylesbury (2) SEALED by the Vndr and Pchsr in the presence of a Director and the Secretary MEMORANDUM (endorsed on befe abstd Conveyance dated 11th February 1957) By a Conveyance dated 26th March 1964 the within named H.C. Janes Limited conveyed to Jansel Land Limited 155.844 acres of land on the Bedgrove Farm Estate Aylesbury Bucks. as shown for the purpose of identification only edged blue on the plan annexed thereto (but excluding the two pieces of land edged red on the plan) being part of the land comprised in the within written deed And the said H.C. Janes Limited acknowledged the right of Jansel Land Limited to production of the within written deed and to delivery of copies thereof and undertook for the safe custody thereof. LETTER reporting a search in the Coy's Registerof H.C. Janes Limited confirming that the only outstanding Charge which affected the ppty was a Charge dated 18th January 1960 (being a deposit of Deeds) securing all monies due etc. to Barclays Bank Limited charging Begrove Farm, Weston Turville, Aylesbury, Bucks. There were no docts on the file relating to Receiver Manager Winding up or Striking off. Letter from Barclays Bank Limited releasing said piece of land comprising 155.844 acres of Bedgrove Farm Estate from Equitable Charge dtd 18th January 1960
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Some houses were originally subject to a lease between Jansel Land Limited and the occupier as opposed to sale.
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