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I, A.B. (design creditor), in consideration of the sum of (insert sum) paid to me by C.D. (designation) hereby assign to the said C.D. a ground annual of (insert amount) exigible yearly at (state term or date of payment) in each year [or in equal portions half-yearly at (state terms or dates of payment) in each year, or otherwise, as the case may be; and if there be any duplications or other casual payments add with duplication every nineteenth year (or otherwise as the case may be) from and after (state the term or date from which the current duplication or other casual payment is running)] constituted by a contract of ground annual (or other deed by which the ground annual was constituted, giving the names and designations of the parties thereto, or of the granter and grantee) recorded in [specify Register of Sasines and date of recording; and if any duplications or other casual payments have been redeemed and commuted into an additional annual payment say,and also the additional ground annual of (insert sum) exigible at the same term (or date) in each year (or as the case may be) in lieu and commutation of casual payments; adding, if necessary,but only to the extent of (insert sum or respective sums)] payable out of all and whole (here describe the land or refer to description thereof as in Schedule D to this Act or as in Schedule G to the M1Titles to Land Consolidation (Scotland) Act, 1868);With right to the said ground annual (orground annual and others) from and after (insert date).
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