After the improvements sanctioned have been satisfactorily executed, the Secretary of State or the Welsh Ministers1 execute under seal a charge upon the fee simple of the lands comprised in the provisional order for the sum expressed to be chargeable by that order in respect of the improvements2, with interest thereon3. This charge is called an absolute order4. Its execution is conclusive evidence of the validity of the charge5, but not of the capacity of the landowner to contract6. Copies of absolute orders are kept by the Secretary of State or the Welsh Ministers, and any copy authenticated by
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