Where a portion only of freehold land subject to a perpetual rent, or of leasehold land, is being conveyed for the purposes of the Literary and Scientific Institutions Act 1854, the rent and any renewal fines are apportionable as between the portion conveyed and the remainder of the land1. The apportionment may be settled by agreement between (1) the person for the time being entitled to the rent where the land is freehold, or the lessor or other owner subject to the lease of the lands comprised in the lease; (2) the person entitled to the fee subject to
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