Item 124 - Toller & C to First National Commercial Bank: Land at rear of Black Lion Hotel, Walsingham

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GB ARCHON 2913 WSHR-01-07-124


Toller & C to First National Commercial Bank: Land at rear of Black Lion Hotel, Walsingham


  • 1992-7-28 (Creation)

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1 page; headed; typescript
1 map (annotated)

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1976: providing insurance values for Walsingham Properties (company - Phelan & Agutter)
1987: Writing as Toller and Company (45 Derngate, Northampton NN1 1UE)
1994: Writing as Underwoods Commercial (same address) (incorporating Toller & Company)
1988: Diocesan agent (from Witham and Weld) employed by the diocese to manage properties throughout the country [sic, Shrine minutes 26-10-1988] [Diocese?]

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£90,000 offered by the client. Confirm the pedestrian right of way (marked in yellow on the map attached); done his best to outline the area of interest on the map - client would be interested in the kitchen if offered. Will adjust right of way if not acceptablle to Mr & Mrs Seiquence.

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