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MINUTE OF AGREEMENT between
V ALERlE SlMPSON or P A T1'IE, residing at 1 Rockfield Mews, Upper Ballinderry Road, Lisburn BT282NB
(hereinafter referred to as " Mrs Pattie") and
JOHN PATTIE, residing at care of Air Energy Vn Ltd
8, River View Tower, 7A Thai Van
Lung, Dist 1, HCM, Vietnam
(hereinafter referred to as " Mr P
WHEREAS th,e parties, who were married at Buckhaven on 1ih March 1983 and separated on 26th June 2007 and WHEREAS there are no children of the marriage under the age of sixteen, and WHEREAS the Paiiies wish to regulate financial and other matters, with a view to divorce; THEREfORE the Paiiies, having taken separate legal advice, have agreed and do hereby agree as follows:-
propeiiy will not be placed on the market for sale before 1 st June 2013, unless by agreement in writing between the parties. The propert will be marketed, sold and conveyed by Mrs Pattie's solicitors. The parties will consult with each other on all steps required to effect a sale, neither party withholding acceptance of any reasonable offer for the purchase of the said property. From the sale price there will be deducted:-
(i) The sum required to redeem the mortgage as at the date of settlement; and (ii) all fees incurred in respect of the sale including the estate agents' fees together with all
properly incurred and vouched outlays; and
insurance and any other such accounts outstanding at the date of settlement.
The net free proceeds will be divided equally between the paiiies on the date of settlement of the aforementioned sale transaction.
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2. The sums held on deposit for the parties, by Connell and Connell WS shall be uplifted as soon as reasonably practicable and distributed as follows:-
(i) One half shall be paid to Messrs Allan McDougall, solicitors on behalf of Mrs Pattie.
(ii) From the balance the sum of £35,400 shall be paid to Allan Mc Dougall, solicitors on behalf of Mrs Pattie.
(iii) The remaining balance shall be paid to Thorntons, solicitors on behalf of Mr Pattie.
storage, shall be distributed as follows:-
(i) Each party shall receive his or her personal belongings. (ii) The remaining contents will be distributed between the parties by mutual agreement or
will be sold. The proceeds of sale shall be divided equally between the parties.
property shall be distributed between the parties by mutual agreement or sold and the proceeds of sale divided equally.
5. The accounts in the parties' joint names with Royal Bank of Scotland and Royal Bank of Scotland International shall be closed and the credit balances divided equally between the parties.
6. The Parties are agreed that the terms of this Agreement represent a full and final settlement of all financial claims arising from the breakdown of their marriage and both Parties hereby renounce and discharge for all time coming all and any rights they have or may have against the other or against the executors or assignees of the other, whether on divorce or otherwise, to any other capital sum, property transfer order or aliment for himself or herself or periodical allowance of whatsoever nature, whether under common law or statute, either on divorce, death or bankptcy and without prejudice to the foregoing generality any claim in terms of the
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