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Improvement Of Land Act 1864

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66 Tenants for life to keep down rentcharges.F1U.K.

Every landowner on whose land a charge shall have been made under this Act, and every succeeding tenant for life, tenant in tail, and other person having a limited interest in the land so charged, shall, as between himself and the persons in remainder or reversion, be bound to pay the yearly or other periodical payments of such charge which shall become payable during the continuance of his interest; and in case he be in the actual occupation or entitled to an apportioned part of the rents and profits of such land up to the time of the termination of his interest, he shall also be bound to pay an apportioned part of the yearly rent or other periodical payment of such charge which shall become due next after the termination of his interest, proportional to the time which elapsed between the day for the previous payment and the day of such termination: Provided that no person becoming entitled in possession to any estate or interest in the land shall be liable, as between himself and the persons entitled to the rentcharge, to pay any arrears of the charge remaining unpaid at the time of his becoming so entitled in possession beyond the amount of two years payment of such charge: Provided also, that the amount paid by any person in respect of such arrears, and any costs occasioned by nonpayment thereof, shall be a debt from the person who in the first instance ought to have paid the same, or from his estate, to the person who paid the same, and shall be recoverable accordingly.

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