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South Crofty Ltd (dissolved)
Posted: 29/12/2020 12:37:12
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1. Anybody else received the letter from Farrer & Co, Solicitor to the Duchy of Cornwall regarding South Crofty Ltd's interest in a parcel of land CL121547 at United Downs?
2. Who else lives at the same address as they did over 25 years ago?
3. How many piles of papers do I have to move to find my old share certificate?

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South Crofty Ltd (dissolved)
Posted: 31/12/2020 18:51:04
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1. Carnon Consolidated did get permission from my parents to do a test drill here in 1968, not quite the same as a share certificate!
2. I still live in the same house I was born in, 1971! Unusual for my generation.
3. I do have paperwork for the mining rights going back many years on my land, yes lots of paperwork piles!
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South Crofty Ltd (dissolved)
Posted: 01/01/2021 18:39:34
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I did get a letter about mineral rights regarding a property I own in Launceston. This was about 5 years ago and I don't know what I did with it, but ultimately it was telling me if there was any tin in the garden it wasn't mine.

I have a share prospectus from South Crofty
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