Unless it is expressly stipulated that no apportionment is to take place, all annuities1 are to be considered as accruing from day to day and are apportionable in respect of time accordingly2. However, the apportioned part becomes payable or recoverable only when the entire payment of which the apportioned part forms part becomes due and payable, and not before3. When they are recoverable, the same remedies apply for the recovery of the apportioned parts as for the recovery of the whole4.
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