The presumption in favour of merger arises when the absolute interest in the charges is united with the estate in fee simple in the land, whether the owner of the land acquired the charge before1, or at the same time as2, or after3, he became entitled to the land, unless the estate in fee simple is subject to an executory devise or is otherwise defeasible4, or the title is in dispute5. There is no advantage in keeping
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