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48th Geo 54 Years Purchase 80 and upwards 9 per Cent according Age of 35 aged 30 Amount of Government Annual Amount Annual Payments Annual Premium annual value Annuity of 71 Assurance of 1001 Assurance Offices back the Principal calculated Ceut clear annual Rent.-At clear improved Rent Continuance Death decease Deci deduced difference Estate Example Example.-A Lease Example.—The give given Age Government Life Annuities held Joint Lives lapsed or expired Lease or Annuity Lease originally granted London longest Liver Northampton Observations Perpe Perpetuity Person Possession Pound per Annum present Money present Value Price of Price Purchaser may thereby Purchasing of Leases Rate of Interest Renewing any Number Reversion Reversionary Estate served or quit-rent Showing the Annual Showing the present Showing the Value Stock Stock 70 Stock was 65 Table is adopted Tenant Three Lives tuity worth in present Year's Purchase Year's Rent younger
Page 17 - ... and 10 per cent, interest, which the purchaser may thereby make of his money.
Page 4 - The first table shows the value of leases, estates or annuities for terms of years certain, in number of years' purchase of the clear annual rent, at the several rates of 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 per cent, interest, which the purchaser may thereby make of his money. The clear annual rent must in all cases be ascertained, by deducting from the gross rent of the estate, or value of the annuity, the ground rent, all taxes and other annual charges, which would fall upon the purchaser.
Page 41 - OF REVERSIONS IN YEARS' PURCHASE (p). The following Table shows the present value of a reversion in years' purchase of the dear annual rent, after a given term not exceeding 60 years, at 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 per cent, interest. * EXAMPLE. — A reversion of an estate after a 14 years...
Page 27 - To find what sum ought to be given for renewing any number of years lapsed or expired in a lease...
Page 43 - Showing the Present Value of a Reversionary Estate in Fee, after the life of a person of a given age, at 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8 per cent, interest - - 209 XIV.