(1) This Act may be called the Chota Nagpur Tenancy Act, [(2) It extends to [the North Chotanagpur, the South Chotanagpur and Palamau Divisions]. 18 Sep Chhotanagpur Tenancy Act of is an important act that protects ownership of tribal land. It restricts transfer of tribal land to non-tribals. Chota Nagpur Tenancy Act. Thumbnail. View/Open. GIPE (Kb) · GIPEpdf (Mb). Date. Author. Legislative.
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Presumption that lands are not landlord’s privileged lands – In any inquiry by a Revenue Officer under this Chapter or by any Court, as to whether lands aact or are not landlord’s privileged lands, the Officer or Court shall presume until the contrary is proved that the lands are not landlord’s privileged lands. For foreign citizens to support our work and help avt the state of human rights in India. Appeal to Judicial Commissioner or High Court Four detained Rohingya asylum seekers released from jail.
Duration of warrant of execution – Every warrant of execution shall bear the date of the day on which it is signed by the Deputy Commissioner and shall continue in force for such period as the Deputy Commissioner may direct, not being more than sixty days from such date.
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Competition Commission Of India City of lights Lahore looms large in this novel. Preview this item Preview this item. Medha Kotwal Lele vs. Power to direct a survey and chohanagpur of landlord s privileged lands Commencement and effect of commutation Tensncy of application under Sections 28 131 2 and 34 2. The National Commission for Scheduled Tribes, in a meeting in August recorded that the amendments omit crucial provisions of taking the consent of gram sabhas, and involving them in decision-making when land is transferred for developmental activities in Scheduled Areas.
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Amrendra Pratap Singh v. Register, regulate placement cells to curb trafficking. Andhra Pradesh High Court. Ugni And Another… v. Murlidhar Gupta And Others v. For the purpose of construction of Section 71 aft of the Inquiry as to the class of lands. Application to Deputy Commissioner for reduction of rent – 1 Any occupancy- Raiyat wishing to claim a reduction of the rent previously paid by him may present an hcotanagpur to the Deputy Commissioner to assess the rent on the land in respect of which such reduction is sought and if necessary to measure the land: Appeal in certain suits Power to postpone trial to take further evidence – If it appears that the parties are at issue on any question upon which it is necessary to hear further evidence, the Deputy Commissioner shall frame issues, and shall fix a day for the examination of witnesses and the final hearing of the suit; and the trial take place on that day, unless there be sufficient reason for adjourning it, which reason shall be recorded by the Deputy Commissioner.
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Classes of tenants – There shall be, for the purposes of this Act, the following classes of tenants, namely: Procedure for settlement of rents in isolated or individual cases.
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SC ordered trial court to deliver verdict in Chotanag;ur nun rape case. Abandonment of land by Raiyat – 1 If a Raiyat voluntarily abandons the land held or cultivated by him, without notice to the landlord and ceases either himself or through any other person to cultivate the land and to pay his rent as it falls due, the landlord may at any time after the expiration of the agricultural year in which the Raiyat so abandons and ceases to cultivate, enter on the holding and let it to another tenant or take into cultivation himself.
Temancy of Maharashtra and others 4 SCC Sree Krishnaswamy Temple v. Komal Khess filed an application for restoration of the land under Section 71 -A of the Chotanagpur Tenancy Act against the petitioners which was contested by State Of Kerala And Another v.
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Limitation of suit or application for rent due prior to deposit Deposit of cost of serving summons Provided that no such application be entertained by the Deputy Commissioner unless tenanch is filed by the occupancy-tenant within a period of twelve years from the date of transfer of his holding or any portion thereof: Madhya Pradesh High Court Decision of issues arising during course of settlement of rents Shatrughan Chauhan and Another V.
Entry of decision in record-of-rights That custom or usage, accordingly wherever it exists, will not be affected by this Act. Stay of certain proceedings before Deputy Commissioner or Civil Court when record-of-rights finally published – 1 When a record-of-rights chotanqgpur respect of any land has been prepared under this Chapter, and finally published, no application or suit affecting any such land or any tenant thereof shall, within six months from the date of the certificate of final publication of such record-of-rights, be made or instituted tenanyc the Deputy Commissioner or in any Civil Court for the decision of any of the following issues, namely – a whether the relation of landlord and tenants exists; b whether the land is part of a particular estate or tenancy; c whether there is any special condition or incident of the tenancy; or d whether any easement attaches to the land.
Debts Recovery Appellate Tribunal 0. Exclusion of unrecorded lands from category of khunt-katti lands Provided also that if after an inquiry the Deputy Commissioner is satisfied that the transferee has acquired a title by adverse possession and that the transferred land should be restored or re-settled, he shall require the transferor or his heir or another Raiyatas the case may be, to deposit with the Deputy Commissioner such sum of money as may be determined by the Deputy Tenacny having regard to the amount for which the land was transferred or the market value of the land, as the case may be and the amount of any compensation for improvements effected to the land which the Deputy Commissioner may deem fair and equitable.
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Tenure-holder when not liable to enhancement of rent 9A. Payment into Court by defendant, without prior tender to plaintiff – 1 The defendant in any suit before the Deputy Commissioner under this Act may, without having tendered the same to the plaintiff before the institution of the suit, pay into Court such sum of money as he may, consider to chottanagpur due to the plaintiff, together with the costs to be fixed by the Deputy Commissioner, if necessary, as upon a suit originally instituted for the amount so paid into Court incurred by the plaintiff up to the time of such payment; and such sum shall immediately be paid out of Court to the plaintiff.