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(1)An order of apportionment of an annuity charged on any land under section four of the Tithe M1Act, 1918, or under this Act, may be made by the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, under sections ten to fourteen, inclusive, of the M2Inclosure Act, 1854, on the application of any person interested, according to the provisions of the Inclosure Acts, 1845 to 1882, in the land charged or any part thereof, without the concurrence of any other person, and in any such case the provisions of those sections shall apply with the exception of the proviso to section eleven and the words “so far as the same has been apportioned upon the lands of persons interested and making application as aforesaid” in section thirteen.
(2)In any case to which this Act applies the Minister may, on the application of the person interested as aforesaid in the annuity which is apportioned by the Order, require, as a condition of making the Order, that any apportioned part of the annuity which does not exceed the yearly sum of two pounds shall be redeemed forthwith.
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(4)An apportioned part of an annuity shall be a land charge within the meaning of the M3Land Charges Registration and Searches Act, 1888.
(5)The expenses necessarily incurred in the registration of an apportioned part of an annuity under the said Act or the M4Land Transfer Acts, 1875 M5 and 1897, shall be treated as part of the expenses incident to the apportionment.
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