Showing 1 to 20 of 22 for Duret Aubin, C W, Attorney GeneralX
Correspondence and papers relating to the Trading with the Enemy Act 1946-1948 Includes: - draft Bill and draft alterations for its application in the Channel Islands, 1939, Statutory Rules and Orders, correspondence concerning the personal possessions of Germans left in the Island and in particular those of Maria Schlomer, 1946- 1948
Date: September 22nd 1938 - March 16th 1948
Date: April 1st 1943 - October 19th 1943
German Orders and related papers concerning the prohibition of meetings and events of societies and other organisations including lists of Jersey Societies, charities, clubs, church, professional and trade organisations and the seizing of assets from masonic lodges
Date: July 23rd 1940 - September 4th 1943
Date: October 23rd 1940 - November 23rd 1940
Date: October 29th 1940 - November 25th 1940
Papers relating to the order to surrender photographic equipment including list of firms licensed to continue making prints for members of the German forces
Date: June 25th 1942 - May 15th 1943
Requisition of land and demolition of buildings for the construction of a road from the Victoria Hotel northwards. Correspondence re. compensation payments
Date: September 5th 1941 - June 1st 1942
Requisition of the harbour works and machinery at La Collette. Includes list of men who were employed at La Collette, with names, nature of employment, and pay.
Date: December 15th 1942 - December 31st 1942
List of all churches and sects in Jersey, includes Church of England, Roman Catholic, Non-conformist, and religious communities, with details of how they were financed, the head and the aims of the sect.
Date: November 13th 1941 - December 16th 1941
Request for information on Belport Limited, merchants in precious stones and, General Securities Limited investment company
Date: July 26th 1943 - July 31st 1943
Request for the Bailiff's legal opinion re. an insurance claim against the Commercial Union Assurance Co.
Date: July 27th 1943 - August 13th 1943
German requests for information re, finances; Revenues received by the States of Jersey and the Parishes in August, September, October, and December, 1938, 1939, and 1940, in January - December, 1939, 1940, and 1941, in January - December, 1940, 1941 and 1942, in January - December, 1941, 1942, 1943, and in January - June, 1942, 1943, and 1944. Monthly financial reports August 1940 - June 1944. Estimates of expenditure for St Helier, 1940-1941, and list of real estate owned by the parish. List of real estate owned throughout Jersey by the States of Jersey. Quarterly Financial Statements for Jersey and the parish of St Helier, 01/02/1940 - 30/04/1944. Scale of pay for employees in hotels occupied by the German Forces
Date: September 10th 1940 - July 8th 1944
Complaint from Alexander Wilson, Ommaroo Hotel, Havre des Pas, about papers not returned to him in connection with the Pinnington Case, and a burglary at Greenbank, Samares, Coast Road
Date: March 5th 1941 - April 7th 1941
Date: March 30th 1941 - April 3rd 1941
Date: April 21st 1941 - May 10th 1941
Penalties for V propaganda signs painted on houses in the Rouge Bouillon District, St Helier, and at Havre des Pas Bathing Pool.
Date: July 1st 1941 - July 28th 1941
Date: September 15th 1941 - November 10th 1941
Date: November 12th 1940 - November 26th 1940
Ann Street Brewery Company Limited Investment Ledger, indexed. Details of New Zealand 3% Stock, City of Rangoon 5% Debentures, City of Auckland 5 % Debentures, Siamese 4% Stirling Loan, Government of Newfoundland 5% Bonds, Dominion of Canada 4% Stock, The Jersey Swimming Club £5 Debentures, States of Jersey War Loan and loans to individuals. Loose at the back of the volume correspondence from the Jersey Swimming Club 1942-1944 and 1946 outlining that due to the club operating at a financial loss their payments on Debenture Bonds cannot be met, signed by C W Duret Aubin, President. Also letter regarding the estate of the late A G Le Brocq, British Hotel, Trinity sent by Ogier & Le Cornu Advocates.
Date: 1928 - 1955
Vente, cession et abandon de droits seigneuriaux between Charles Walter Duret Aubin, Procureur Général du Roi and John Francis Giffard, Receiver General and named by His Majesty Seigneur du Fief à L'Abbé de Bellozanne, Parish of St Helier of the first party and Ann Street Brewery Company Limited of the second party. Records the sale and abandonment of the seigneurial rights relating to the property known as the Union Inn for the sum of seventy-five pounds paid by 2 to 1.
Date: April 18th 1936 - April 18th 1936