Land Act, 1965

Payment of certain purchase annuities, etc., in full.

7.—(1) Whenever a payment to which this section applies becomes due to the Land Commission, such payment shall, notwithstanding anything contained in Part III of the Land Act, 1933 , or in section 42 of the Land Act, 1939 , be payable in full by the person or persons liable from time to time to make such payment.

(2) This section applies to a rent, annual and additional sum, purchase annuity, purchase money in cash, interest on purchase money and any other payment payable to the Land Commission in respect of land, or an incorporeal hereditament, not situate in a congested area, which either is sold by the Land Commission by public auction or private contract or is allotted under a scheme approved of by the Land Commission after the passing of this Act to a person referred to in paragraph (a) or paragraph (f) of subsection (1) of section 31 of the Land Act, 1923 ; provided however, that where, subsequent to the passing of this Act, the area in which such land is situate is declared by order of the Minister under subsection (1) of section 4 of this Act to be a congested area, this section shall not, as on and from the gale day next after the making of the order, apply to such land, and provided that this section shall not apply to a payment in respect of land or an incorporeal hereditament which the Land Commission (by reason of a default in the payment of any money, a breach of condition, or any other default) have either caused to be sold or have taken up or obtained possession of, and the purchase annuity or other payment in respect of which has been revised under Part III of the Land Act, 1933 .

(3) A certificate under the common seal of the Land Commission certifying that a payment is in respect of land, or an incorporeal hereditament, mentioned in subsection (2) of this section shall be prima facie evidence of the fact so certified.

(4) The Land Commission shall have for the recovery of any payment referred to in this section the same remedies as they have for the recovery of unpaid instalments of purchase annuities.