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Business Tenancies Act (Northern Ireland) 1964

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50Protection of landlords in fiduciary capacities.N.I.

(1)Where a landlord is a person entitled to receive the rents and profits from any premises comprised in a tenancy as trustee or in any character otherwise than for his own benefit and money is payable by such landlord to his tenant in respect of compensation under this Act or in respect of costs, charges or expenses in relation to any application by the tenant under this Act, the following provisions shall have effect, that is to say:—

(a)such money shall not be recovered personally against such landlord nor shall he be under any liability to pay such money, but such money shall be a charge on and recoverable only against the premises comprised in the said tenancy and all property real or personal, held by the landlord on the same trusts or in the same character as the premises comprised in the said tenancy;

(b)such landlord shall, either before or after having paid such money to such tenant, be entitled to obtain from a county court an order charging such premises and all property, real or personal, held by him on the same trusts or in the same character as such premises with the payment of the amount of such money and of all costs properly incurred by him in obtaining such order or raising the amount of the charge;

(c)if such landlord neglects or fails to pay such money within one month after such tenant has quitted such premises, such tenant shall be entitled to obtain from a county court an order directing that such premises and all property, real or personal, held by such landlord on the same trusts or in the same character as such premises shall be charged with the payment of the amount of such moneys or of so much thereof as is then unpaid and of all costs properly incurred by him in obtaining such order or in raising the amount of the charge.

(2)Any company having power to lend money on mortgage or to advance money for the improvement of land may take an assignment of any charge made by a county court under this section, and such company may assign any such charge so assigned to them to any person whomsoever.

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