An annuity1 is personal property2. Even if a will directs that an annuity is payable out of land as well as personal property, the annuity remains personalty3. An annuity can be an item of property separate and distinct from the beneficial interests in it and from the funds and other property producing it. For the purpose of estate duty (now abolished
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