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Made the 25th day of November, in the year Two Thousand and twelve (2012)
JANE SMITH, of the Borough of Clark, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, hereinafter referred to as the Grantor A N D
ADAM JONES and SALLY JONES, husband and wife, of the Borough of Clark, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania, hereinafter referred to as the Grantees. WITNESSETH, That in consideration of the sum of One hundred Fifty Thousand (150,000.00) Dollars, in hand paid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, the Grantor do hereby grant and convey to the said Grantees, her Heirs and Assigns, ALL that certain piece or parcels of land situate in the Borough of Clark, County of Lackawanna and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, bounded and described as follows, to wit: BEGINNING at a point in the Easterly line of Rock Avenue which point is Twenty (20) feet Southerly from the division line between Lots numbered 197 and 198; thence along the line of said Rock Avenue in a Southerly direction Eighty (80) feet to a point still in the line of said Rock Avenue; thence at right angles to the last mentioned course and in an Easterly direction One Hundred Seven and five-tenths (107.5) feet to a point in the rear line of Lot numbered 205; thence at right angles to last mentioned course in a Northerly direction and parallel with said Rock Avenue and along the rear line of lots numbered 205, 206 and 207, Eighty (80) feet to a corner; thence at right angles to last mentioned course and in a Westerly direction One Hundred Seven and five-tenths (107.5) feet to a corner in line of Rock Avenue, the place of BEGINNING. Containing approximately 86,000 square feet of land, more or less, and being the Southerly one-half of Lot numbered…...

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