Bradbury Swimming Pool Deed
Os a2p3 030
SubjectOwnership of Bradbury Swimming Hall
AuthorAlison Cunningham
DateMarch 29th, 1999
ActAct 2: Perfect Place to Hide Something
PartAct 2, Part 3: Bradbury Swimming Pool
LocationBradbury Swimming Hall
PreviousRiverport Discreet Moving Services Bill
NextTime Machine Room Map

Bradbury Swimming Pool Deed is a document Narrative Object found in Act 2, Part 3 of Quantum Break. The document is a deed detailing William Joyce's ownership of the Bradbury Swimming Hall.


THIS DEED dated 7/1 1999, is made between
The City of Riverport
William Joyce

The "Grantness" whose legal address is Seaside Ave, 43 894 Riverport NY

of the (R) County of RP and the state of NY

WITNESS, the Grantor, for the and in the consideration of the sum of TEN AND NO/100THS--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
DOLLARS ($10.00) the receipt and sufficiency of which hereby acknowledge does hereby remise, release and sell, QUITCLAIM, into the "Grantness and Granteee" heirs and assigns, forever, not in tendency in common together with any improvements thereon, located in the County of RP and the state of NY
describes as follows:
Bradbury Swimming Pool - building and property lot.

also known by the street name Northbaystreet 14, 754 RP

also known by the assessor's schedule or parcel number: no. 7234634

To have and to hold the same, together with all and singular the appurtenances and privileges belonging, or in anywise thereunto appertaining, and all the estate, right, title, interest, and claim whatsoever of the Grantor, either in law or equity, to the only proper use, benefit and behoof of the Grantee, and the Grantees' heirs and assigns forever.

IN WITNESS THEREOF, the Grantor has executed this deed on the date set forth above.

[Stylized Signature]
Steve Irwin, Notary Public

The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me by the City of Riverport

Witness my hand and official seal.

Date: 1/7 1999

I put all of your paperwork regarding the purchase of the Bradbury Swimming Pool in this folder. I knew you’d lose track of the documents otherwise. I’ve made sure that the purchase can’t be traced back to funds from your research grant. I don’t know what you’re up to, and it’s not my business to ask, but we’ve known each other long enough for me to say this: I trust that you know what is best for you but I can’t pretend that I’m not concerned. Your career is showing so much promise and your recent actions feel like a drastic turn in a direction I can’t begin to understand. I kept my promise and haven’t told Jack (or anyone else) about this, but he’s worried about you, even if he doesn’t know how to show it. Jack hasn’t heard from you in months. He needs you. Your attorney and friend, Alison Cunningham March 29th, 1999

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