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Jonathan Sumption QC

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Morrisons buys railway land for new store development at Crewe and adds land to its Morecambe site for letting to non-food retailers. Morrisons advised by Gordons Cranswick (Richard Wilson). Vendors: DaimlerChrysler Rail Systems (UK), advised by Wragge & Co; Lime Developments advised by Andrew & Co; Frontierland advised by Bannister Bates & Son.

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