Unless otherwise stated in the deed, an annuity1 created by deed commences from the execution of the deed2. An annuity arising under a will prima facie commences from the testator's death3, but the will may direct a later commencement4.
An annuity may be: (1) for the annuitant's life; or (2) perpetual; or (3) for some other period5.
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