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Improvement Of Land Act 1864, Section 26 is up to date with all changes known to be in force on or before 01 October 2016. There are changes that may be brought into force at a future date. Changes that have been made appear in the content and are referenced with annotations.
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The Commissioners shall from time to time prepare forms of orders for sanctioning improvements, and shall also, whenever required by the landowner so to do, frame and entitle their said orders under this Act in such manner that they may also be and operate as provisional, sanctioning, or other corresponding orders under the respective Acts applying to any company with which he may have contracted relating to the loan or improvements in question: Provided that every order operating under this Act to sanction any improvements shall name the landowner to whom it is issued; shall express the greatest sum to be charged in addition to any costs, charges, and expenses under the fiftieth section hereof, and the rate of interest and term of years for the repayment thereof, F1. . .; shall specify the lands on which such repayment is to be charged; and shall either express or refer to some contract or other document expressing the general scheme of the improvements to be executed.
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