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Public Building and Works Plan of Weighbridge Redevelopment Phase 1 - Proposed Lease of Bus Station to The Jersey Motor Transport Co Ltd
Date: 9 October 1969
File Relates to the Pomme D'Or Farm Development. File includes correspondence between The States Housing Committee, Parks & Gardens, Architects, Quantity Surveyors & Contractors. In relation to; Parking Issues; Building Works; Statements of Final Accounts; Lighting; Electrical Installation; Landscaping; Concreting; Insurance; Payments; Heating; Quotations and Tenders; Contracts; Car Parking; Bonds; Housing Costs; Leases; Access; Drying Equipment; Gas Supply; Meeting Notes; Proposition to the Greffe
Date: 3 October 1973 - 31 December 1977
An Agreement between Ernest Le Sueur, States Greffier on behalf of the Committee of Piers and Harbours and Francis Hawksford, Procureur of Francis William Lowther and Herbert Whitaker, proprietors of the Jersey Railway. The Agreement is for the renewal of the lease for nine years for the plot of land and buildings on Albert Pier. The lease is for one hundred pounds sterling annually and starts from 25th December 1892.
Date: 7 April 1893
Letter from Francis Hawksford addressed to the States Greffier. The letter relates to signing of the lease for the Jersey Railway on the site of Albert Pier.
Date: 29 November 1892
Letters from the Great Western Railway addressed to Ernest Le Sueur, Greffier of the States. The letters relate to the lease of the shed and the store on the Albert Pier.
Date: 24 December 1895
Agreement between Jean Briard of the first party and Edouard Ricard Conetable of the Parish of St Ouen and Charles Ricard and Charles Payn Procureurs du Bien Publique of the Parish of St Ouen of the second party. Records the lease by 1 to 2 of 5 vergees 11 perches 6 pieds of land on the Clos La Piece on behalf on the poor of the Parish of St Ouen for the sum of 4 quartiers 6 cabots of wheat of rente annually. Registered Livre 42 folio 172
Date: 13 September 1749
Agreement between Susanne Poirier daughter of Philippe of the first party and Philippe Du Heaume Constable of the Parish of St Ouen and Jean Le Rossignol and Philippe Brideaux Procureurs du Bien Public of the said parish of the second party. Records the lease of a certain amount of rente in perpetuity from 1 to 2 in the name of the poor of the parish. Livre 167 folio 142
Date: 30 December 1831
Lease between Jean Le Boutillier son of Jean of the first party and the Reverend Philippe Payn Rector of the Parish of St Ouen, Daniel Dumaresq Constable, and Amice de Carteret,and Jean Sauvage Procureurs du Bien Public, and Jean Hacquoil and Edouard Le Feuvre Surveillans, of the Parish of St Ouen of the second party trustees of the bequests of the Donation of Jeanne Gruchy. Relates to the lease of a certain piece of land named Le Grande Piece de La Campagne bordered by the public road situated on the Fief Haubert in the Parish of St Ouen for the sum of 15 quartiers 3 cabots of wheat of rente annually. Registered 202 folio 234
Date: 15 January 1851
Correspondence and copy contract relating to the appointment of new trustees at St Ouen's Methodist Church
Date: 5 May 1972
Accord relating to Bail à fin d'Héritage between Philip Le Marquand son of Jean of the Parish of St Peter of the first party and Philip Thoreau, Edward Luce, and Elie de Carteret in the name of the Society of Wesleyan Methodists of the second party. Records the lease in perpetuity from 1 to 2 of a certain small piece of land near the Church of St Peter for the sum of £3 1s and 6d [also includes a list of names of depositors
Date: 24 February 1845
Agreement between Ann Street Brewery Company Limited of the first party and Frederick George Davis of the second party. Records the lease by 1 to 2 of the Victoria Hotel, St Peter's Valley on a yearly and continuing tenancy at a rental of forty pounds sterling per annum.
Date: 24 October 1935
Agreement between Ann Street Brewery Company Limited of the first party and Major Alan Strafford Clarke of the second party. Records the lease by 1 to 2 of a rectangular piece of land, situated next to the lessee's property in the Parishes of St Ouen and St Mary. The lease is made for 9 years at an annual rental of four pounds.
Date: 5 October 1939 - 5 October 1933
Prototype for a contract lease between John Valpy dit Janvrin and an unspecified party. Records the lease of 20 acres of land on Janvrin's Island, Nova Scottia, bordering on Lenox or Petit Passage, Little Auchat harbour and Chedabucto Bay or any other lot except those specified from 01/05/1823 till 01/05/1838 for the sum of 5 shillings of rente to be paid on the Feast of St Michael. Conditions of lease - to burn and till at least 2/3 of the 20 acres and to properly enclose the whole of the cultivated land. If either party refuses to fulfil the conditions they are liable to pay £40
Bail de Terre between Jean Le Sueur son of Philippe of the first party and Jean de la Perelle procureur of Pierre Perchard of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a certain house and land situated in the Parish of St Helier on the Fief de Collette des Augres for the sum of 9 quartiers of wheat of rente annually
Date: 12 September 1818
Assignation de Rente between the Reverend George Balleine Rector of the Parish of St Peter, Philippe Le Couteur Constable, Philippe Le Couteur one of the Procureurs du Bien Public and Elie Asplet one of the Surveillants of the said parish of the first party and Elizabeth Le Sueur Procuratrice of Elie Le Grand her husband. Recites that 1 owes 2 the sum of 2 quartiers of wheat of rente annually and records the assignation of a parallel sum of rente: Registered Livre 126 folio 24
Date: 31 October 1818
Bail de Maison and Vente de Rente between Francois Balleine son of Jean of the first party and Thomas Sorel son of Jean of the second party. Records the lease from 1 to 2 of a certain house and land situated in the parish of St Helier on the Fief du Prieur for the sum of 7 quartiers of wheat of rente annually and the sale of 20 quartiers of wheat of rente for the sum 5333 Livres 6 Sols 8 Deniers of the order of the King: Registered Livre 126 folio 228
Date: 15 January 1820
Bail a fin d heritages between Noé Le Vavasseur dit Durell son of Noé of the first part and Michel Poingdestre son of Michel of the second party, records the lease in perpetuity of a certain property and land with gardens situated in the parish of St Helier on the Fief de la Fosse for 1 sixtonnier of wheat of rente
Date: 9 September 1626
Accord between Noé Le Vavasseur dit Durel son of Noé of the first party and Jean de Rocque son of Clement of the second party relating to the lease of land and property
Date: 28 April 1627