Information about manorial rights within the borough.

Manorial rights are certain rights which were retained by lords of the manor in England and Wales when land became freehold in the early 20th century, and can include rights to mines and some minerals, sporting rights such as hunting, shooting and fishing, and rights to hold fairs and markets.

We hold the documents below relating to manorial rights in Welwyn Hatfield. Please note we are unable to provide legal advice in relation to this.

For more information please contact Bond Dickinson Solicitors:

Bond Dickinson LLP of Bond Dickinson North,

St.Ann's Wharf,

112 Quayside,

Newcastle Upon Tyne

NE1 3DX

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Indicative plan of the area affected by the application lodged by Bond Dickinson Llp on behalf of The Marquess of Salisbury
Indicative plan of the area affected by the application lodged by Bond Dickinson Llp on behalf of The Marquess of Salisbury
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3rd April 2006 Royal Charter
3rd April 2006 Royal Charter
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12 May 1977 copy of extract of transfer scheme
12 May 1977 copy of extract of transfer scheme
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7th February 1966 Statutory Instrument Copy
7th February 1966 Statutory Instrument Copy
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9 December 1949 certified copy of extract of conveyance
9 December 1949 certified copy of extract of conveyance
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Plan to 1949 conveyance
Plan to 1949 conveyance
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Plan to 1920 conveyance
Plan to 1920 conveyance
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22 July 1920 extract of conveyance
22 July 1920 extract of conveyance