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Apportionment of statutory charges

125 Apportionment of statutory charges

(1) Where by reason of any Act or of anything done under the authority of any Act, any expenditure by a public authority or local government would, if the parcel were not the subject of a plan, be a charge on the land comprised in that parcel, that expenditure is a charge on each lot for an amount bearing to the whole of that expenditure the same proportion as the lot entitlement of that lot bears to the aggregate lot entitlement.
(2) The proprietor or mortgagee of a lot the subject of a charge referred to in subsection (1) may pay to the authority or local government entitled to the charge the amount thereof and thereupon—
(a) the lot and the appurtenant beneficial interest in the common property are freed from the charge; and
(b) the authority or local government has no legal rights against the proprietor or the proprietor’s lot or appurtenant beneficial interest in common property in respect of the subject matter of the charge.

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