Saturday, 23 July 2011

Sale of land in Fazakerley 1886

This is a transcript of a document relating to the sale of land in Fazakerley in 1886. As you can see the last page is incomplete ( memorandum of agreement) so maybe the sale didn't go ahead.



The land appears to be in the area on the north side of Longmoor Lane, possibly between Barlows Lane and Seeds Lane. Benjamin Scott Riley was known to have owned land in this area called Brick Kiln Hey


LOT 1

PARTICULARS AND CONDITIONS OF SALE

Land messuages and premises situate at Fazakerley

TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION

By Messr Branch and Leete

AT THE ROOMS OF THE LIVERPOOL LAW ASSOCIATION
14 COOK STREET LIVERPOOL

on the 19th August 1886


T & T Martin Webb and Hume
Solicitors
48 Castle Street
Liverpool




TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION

BY

Messrs Branch and Leete

AT THE ROOMS OF

THE LIVERPOOL LAW ASSOCIATION LIMITED

14 COOK STREET,
LIVERPOOL

On Thursday 19th day of August 1886 at Two o’clock in the afternoon, subject to the following conditions of Sale:-

PARTICULARS

Lot 1

All the messuages and dwellinghouses buildings and hereditaments and the several closes or parcels of land to the same belonging situate and being in Warbreck Moor within Walton and Fazakerley or one of them formerly called or known or distinguished by the several names of the Brick Kiln Field, The Lower Hey, The Little Meadow, The Far Meadow, The Far Stile Field and The Near Stile Fields but which were recently commonly called known and distinguished by the several names of the Brick Kiln Hey (being formerly comprised of part of the fields formerly called the Brick Kiln Field, The Lower Hey and the Little Meadow) and of the Field formerly called the Near Stile Field ( being comprised of the remaining parts of the said 2 fields called the Lower Hey and Little Meadow) The Far Meadow (being comprised of the 2 fields formerly called the Far Stile Field and Far Meadow) which said pieces or closes of land are now in one field and are by a recent measurement found to contain 30a 1r
25p 22yrd statute measure or thereabouts.

The Tenure is Freehold of Inheritance

The property is let to Mr C H Milbourn at the yearly rental of £118


Special conditions of Sale

1. The property is offered subject to the Public Sale Conditions of the Incorporated Law Sociaty of Liverpool, a copy of which is annexed.
2. The deposit shall be at the rate of £10 per centum of the purchase money, and the purchase shall be completed and the balance of the purchase money paid a the office of T & T Martin Webb and Hume Solicitors 48 Castle Street Liverpool on the 19th day of October 1886



3. The abstract of title shall be delivered within 14 days from the sale, and the title shall commence with
Indentures of Lease and Release dated respectively the 28th and 29th days of December 1827 the latter made between John Rigby Fletcher of the 1st part James Woods Edward Woods and John Pratchell of the 2nd part the said James Woods of the 3rd part Benjamin Scott Riley of the 4th part and Thomas Shakleton of the 5th part.
4. The vendor sells as Trustee of the Will of the late John Milbourne
5. Objections and requisitions shall be delivered within seven days from the day of delivery of the abstract




THE FORM OF AGREEMENT FOR COMPLETION OF THE PURCHASE REFERRED TO IN THE FOREGOING PUBLIC SALE CONDITIONS


Memorandum of Agreement made the day of
1886 between William Brewer of Spencer Street in the City of Liverpool

the vendor of one part, and

the purchaser of the other part,

Whereby it is witnessed that the said
is the Purchaser of the Property described (as Lot 1) in the foregoing particulars at the price of

subject to the foregoing Special Conditions of Sale and Public Sale Conditions

and the vendor and Purchaser do on their respective parts agree to complete the sale and purchase according to the said conditions.

As witness the hands of the parties




Received the sum of

The deposit on the said purchase

Dated this day of 188

2 comments:

Daniel said...

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Halra said...

very good,
still search of land in Fazakerley,
congrats