Housing, Land and Property Rights in Burma: The Current Legal Framework. THE LAND AND REVENUE ACT (). CONTENTS. PART I. PRELIMINARY. Land and Revenue. THE LAND AND REVENUE ACT. 1. [India Act II, ] (1st February, ) W hereas it is expedient to declare the law relating to the. The Punjab Land Revenue Act, Act 17 of Keyword(s). Estate, Land Owner, Holding, Rent, Pay, Land Revenue, Arrear of Land. Revenue, Defaulter.
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Commissioner under section 10 of the Punjab Land Revenue Act, (XVII of );. (c) “Assistant Director Land Records” means an. THE PUNJAB LAND REVENUE ACT (Act XVII of ). C O N T E N T S. Section Heading. Chapter I. Preliminary. 1. Short title, extent and commencement . land revenue and the jurisdiction of Revenue Officers in the State of Delhi. area specifie^! in sub-section (2) of Section-1 of the Delhi Land Reforms Act,.
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Txt or view presentation slides online. Commencement of Punjab Land Revenue Amendment Act, , to be followed for the purpose of Assessment operations begun before. ACT of land revenue collection resulted in exploitation and. Short Title and commencement. Revised legislation carried on this site may not be fully up to date.
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It set up a standardized system whereby settlers could purchase title to farmland in the undeveloped west. Changes and effects are recorded by our editorial team in. Txt or read online. Common property types. No order passed by a Revenue Officer shall be reversed or altered in appeal or revision on account of any error, omission or irregularity in the summons, notice, proclamation, warrant or order or other proceedings before or during any enquiry or other proceedings under this Code, unless such error, omission, or irregularity has in fact occasioned a failure of justice.
In determining whether any error, omission or irregularity in any proceedings under this Code has occasioned a failure of justice regard shall be had to the fact whether the objection could and should have been raised at an earlier stage in the proceedings.
Code of Civil Procedure to apply when no express provision made in this Code. Unless otherwise expressly provided in this Code, the procedure laid down in the Code of Civil Procedure, V of shall, so far as may be, be followed in all proceedings under this Code.
Act 10 of , S. Transfer of certain pending proceedings to settlement Commissioner. All proceedings arising from the Madhya Bharat region and pending before the Director of Land Records in appeal, revision or review immediately before the coming into force of this Code, shall stand transferred to the Settlement Commissioner and every such proceeding shall be heard and decided by the Settlement Commissioner as if it had been entertained by him under the provisions of this Code.
No appeal against certain orders. No appeal shall lie under this Code from an order a admitting an appeal or application for review on the grounds specified in section 5 of the Indian Limitation Act, IX of ; Now see the Limitation Act, 36 of or b rejecting an application for review; or c granting or rejecting an application for stay; or d of an interim nature; or e relating to appointment under sub-section 2 of section or sub-section 1 of section ] Subs.
Act 24 of , S. Limitation of appeals. No appeal shall lie a to the Sub-Divisional Officer or Collector or Settlement Officer or Settlement Commissioner, after the expiration of forty-five days from the date of the order to which objection is made; or b to the Commissioner after the expiration of sixty days from such date; or c to the Board, after the expiration of ninety days from such date:Provided that an appeal to any Revenue Officer specified in clause a from an order passed in the Madhya Bharat region before the coming into force of this Code may be filed before the expiration of sixty days from the date of such order:Provided further that where a party, other than a party against whom the order has been passed ex-parte, had no previous notice of the date on which the order is passed, limitation under this section shall be computed from the date of the communication of such order.
Copy of order objected to accompany petition. Every petition for appeal, review or revision shall be accompanied by a certified copy of the order to which objection is made unless the production of such copy is dispensed with. Power of appellate authority. For the purpose of this section all Revenue Officers shall be deemed to be subordinate to the Board.
Act 25 of , S. Review of orders. Stay of execution of orders.
Application of Limitation Act. Subject to any express provision contained in this Code the provisions of the Indian Limitation Act, IX of , shall apply to all appeals and applications for review under this Code. Pending revision. Notwithstanding anything contained in this Chapter, but subject to the provisions of section 45, all proceedings pending in revision before any Revenue Officer immediately before the coming into the force of this Code, shall be heard and decided by such Revenue Officer as if this Code had not been passed.
Application of Chapter. For avoidance of doubt, it is hereby declared that save as otherwise expressly provided in this Code, the provisions of this Chapter shall apply to a all orders passed by any Revenue Officer before the date of coming into force of this Code and against which no appeal or revision proceedings are pending before such date; and b all proceedings before Revenue Officers, notwithstanding that they were instituted or commenced or arose out of proceedings instituted or commenced before the coming into force of this Code.
Construction of order. Act 8 of , S. Act 24 of Liability of land to payment of land revenue.
Certain land to be exempt from payment of land revenue. Act 5 , S. Notwithstanding anything contained in this Code, no land revenue shall be payable in respect of an uneconomic holding used exclusively for the purpose of agriculture. Subordination of Revenue Officers.
Collector of the district in case of temporary vacancy. Power to form and alter Lekhpals' halkas. Appointment of Lekhpals. Appointment of Kanungos. Kanungos and Lekhpals to be public servants, and their records public records. Maintenance of map and field-book. Obligations of owners as to boundary marks.
Penalty for injury to, or removal of, marks. List of villages. The annual registers.
Correction of annual registers in cases of uncontested successions. Report of succession or transfer of possession. Procedure on report. Power to prescribe fees for mutation. Fine for neglect to report. Correction of mistakes in the annual register. Settlement of disputes as to entries in annual register. Saving as to title suits. Settlement of boundary disputes. Procedure when rent payable is disputed. Presumption as to entries in the annual register.
Obligation to furnish information necessary for the preparation of records. Inspection of records. Notification of record operations. Record Officers.
Powers of Records Officer as to erection of boundary marks. Decision of disputes. Records to be prepared in re-survey. Preparation of new record of rights. Particulars to be stated in the list of cultivators.
Presumption as to entries. Place for holding Court.
Power to enter upon and survey land. Power of Board or Commissioner to transfer cases. Power to transfer cases to and from subordinates. Consolidation of cases. Power to summon persons to give evidence and produce documents.
Procedure in case of non-compliance with summons. Summons to be in writing, signed and sealed. Mode of serving notice. Mode of issuing proclamations.