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Published by Legal Miscellany in Cuttack .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • India,
  • Orissa.

Subjects:

  • Eminent domain -- India -- Orissa,
  • Compensation (Law) -- India -- Orissa

Book details:

Edition Notes

Cover title.

Classifications
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 60, 8 p.
Number of Pages60
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8877M
LC Control Numbersa 66005868
OCLC/WorldCa6970283

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The Orissa Estates Abolition Act, Act No: 1 of Keywords: Estate Abolition, Claims Officer, Compensation Officer, Date of Vesting, Homestead, Khas Possession, Raiyat, Trust Estate, Board of Revenue Choose another year for the list of laws from Orissa. The list of years in which laws have been enacted may not be complete. Appeal can be filed before the Estate Abolition Tribunal i.e. Dist. Judge with in 60 days. Orders of the Estate Abolition Tribunal are final u/s 15(2) of the Act.- Govt in one year However under Art. of Indian constitution a writ petition can be filed before the High Court by the aggrieved party. contdFile Size: KB. has vested in the State of Orissa under the Orissa Estates Abolition Act, ; (33) ‘year’ means the agricultural year commencing on the first day of April ; (34) words and expressions used in this Act but not defined shall have the same meaning as assigned to them in the Tenancy Acts, Laws, Rules, Regulations, customs or usage in.   Orissa Estate Abolition Act, – ss. 8, 2(h), 2(n) and 3 – Claim for protection as `raiyat’ – Property classified as uncultivable, vested in State by virtue of notification issued under the Act – Claim of Respondent that ex-intermediaries in respect of the property had leased the same to her predecessor-in-interest, who, immediately before vesting of the same in the State.

Keywords: Municipality or Notified Area, Small Scale Industry, Land Revenue. Download Pdf ( KB) | Add Keywords | Report Error | Disclaimer. (14) "Taluka" or "Taluqdari Mahal" means an estate in Oudh to which tire provisions of the Oudh Estates Act 1 of , apply ; and "Taluqdar" means tire proprietor of such an estate ; (15) "Under-proprietor", means in Oudh a person possessing a heritable and transferable right in land who is, or but for a judicial decision or contract would be. The Orissa Hindu Religious Endowments Act, Act no. 11 of , as amended up to date: a commentary with exhaustive notes and case-law brought up to date [Misra, Srinivas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Orissa Hindu Religious Endowments Act, Act no. 11 of , as amended up to date: a commentary with exhaustive notes and case-law brought up to dateAuthor: Srinivas Misra. *The Orissa Public Demands Recovery Rules, (23rd December ) No. Spl/M.R. In exercise of the powers conferred by Section 47 of the Orissa Public Demands Recovery Act, (Orissa Act 1 of ), the Board of Revenue, with the previous sanction of the State Government, do hereby make the.

STATE-WISE LEGISLATION ON ABOLITION OF INTERMEDIARIES. 1. The Uttar Pradesh Zamindari Abolition and Land Reforms Act, 2. The Bihar Land Reforms Act, 3. The West Bengal Estates Acquisition Act, 4. The Orissa Estate Abolition Act, 5. a. The Hyderabad Abolition of Cash Grants Acts, b. THE ORISSA MERGED STATES (LAWS) ACT, [Published vide Orissa Act No. 4 of The Government Management of Private Estates Act, I. The Land Acquisition Act, The Orissa Debt Bondage Abolition Regulation, Orissa State Acts. The Orissa Official Language Act, is the Orissa Act 14 of which received the assent of Governor on 1 October and was published in the Orissa Gazette on 15 October Important Sections Section 3A. This section has been inserted by the Amendment Act which states about Continuance of English language for use in Legislature. Orissa. But the merger took place officially on the 1st January , when Mayurbhanj was declared as a district of Orissa. Lastly, the Estate of Kaptipada was abolished in under the Orissa Estate Abolition Act during the time of Abhinava Bhujanga Rajata Chandra Mandhata's son Parikhita Bhujanga Pramod Chandra Mandhata. Suggested Readings: 1.