All the private Acts incorporating improvement companies1 are in practically the same form as the Improvement of Land Act 1864, and contain substantially identical provisions as to:
(1) the persons who, as landowners2, may obtain advances;
(2) the proceedings leading to a provisional order, and ultimately to an absolute order charging the land with a rentcharge payable for a term of years3; and
(3) the priority of the rentcharge, and the remedies for recovering it, and other minor matters4.
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