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private treaty

a sale of property for a price agreed directly between seller and buyer.
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King Sturge, Savills (Nottingham), Shonki Brothers and Hall & Co are handling those properties which are scheduled for auction, while Knight Frank is dealing with the private treaty sales.
A Cork-based consortium applied for permission to develop it three years ago and has now decided to put it up for sale by private treaty.
Ormefield House is for sale by private treaty with a guide price of pounds 299,950 - the vendor is to pay stamp duty.
Offers from public bodies for less than the recommended price through private treaty sale arrangements, where appropriate, may also be considered by Ed Vaizey.
There were also 168 private treaty disposals, seven tenders, and two on-site auctions.
Often the hardest call is whether to sell by auction or its alternative, private treaty. From the solicitor's perspective, the more notice we have that a sale is to take place, the better.
A unique collection of five famous record-breaking junior dragsters are being offered for sale by private treaty by H&H Classic Auctions.
Tan y Fynwent is for sale by private treaty through agents, R.G.
A spokeswoman for Bonhams said: "The lyrics to Give Peace a Chance were withdrawn today following a private treaty sale arranged by Bonhams.
Tenders are invited for Sale of processing and weaving unit at sipcot perundurai under private treaty
Arguably, the auction rooms are also busy with private buyers, with the smaller private treaty lots attracting competitive bidding as investors chase yields.
Coves House Farm is for sale through Smiths Gore by private treaty at a guide price of pounds 950,000, tel: (01325) 370500.