All improvements on which capital money arising under the Settled Land Act 1925 may be expended may be treated as improvements authorised by the Improvement of Land Act 1864 and their cost may be secured by way of terminable charges in accordance with the procedure provided by that Act1. Except by the adoption of this procedure, there is no jurisdiction to charge the inheritance of settled land with the cost of improvements the costs of which are not liable to be replaced by instalments2
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