Provision is made for the charging and payment of interest where charges fall into arrears1. If these statutory remedies are unavailing, a sale2 or mortgage for the purpose of raising the charge may be ordered by the High Court, under its equitable jurisdiction3, but there is no remedy against the landowner personally4. Charges are assignable5, and must be kept down by the tenant for life as between him and the remainderman6. If the charge is paid by a tenant or occupier
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