SFR 25 – The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (CrPc)

The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (CrPc)

FORM NO. 25. Magistrate’s Order Declaring Party Entitled to Retain Possession of Land, Etc., in Dispute

FORM NO. 25
Magistrate’s Order Declaring Party Entitled to Retain Possession of Land, Etc., in Dispute

(See section 145)

It appears to me, on the grounds duly recorded, that a dispute, likely to induce a breach of the peace, existed between …………………………………………(describe the parties by name and residence, or residence only if the dispute be between bodies of villagers) concerning certain…………………………………………………………………(state concisely the subject of dispute), situate within my local jurisdiction, all the said parties were called upon to give in a written statement of their respective claims as to the fact of actual possession of the said ……………………………..(the subject of dispute), and being satisfied by due inquiry had thereupon, without reference to the merits of the claim of either of the said parties to the legal right of possession, that the claim of actual possession by the said (name or names or description ) is true, I so decide and declare that he is (or they are ) possession of the said …….………………………(the subject of dispute) and entitled to retain such possession until ousted by due Course of law, and do strictly forbid any disturbance of his (or their) possession in the meantime.

Dated this…………………….. day of ………………………20……..

(Seal of the court)

(Signature)

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The Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (CrPc)

 

 

FORM NO. 25. Magistrate’s Order Declaring Party Entitled to Retain Possession of Land, Etc., in Dispute

 

FORM NO. 25
Magistrate’s Order Declaring Party Entitled to Retain Possession of Land, Etc., in Dispute

(See section 145)

 

It appears to me, on the grounds duly recorded, that a dispute, likely to induce a breach of the peace, existed between …………………………………………(describe the parties by name and residence, or residence only if the dispute be between bodies of villagers) concerning certain…………………………………………………………………(state concisely the subject of dispute), situate within my local jurisdiction, all the said parties were called upon to give in a written statement of their respective claims as to the fact of actual possession of the said ……………………………..(the subject of dispute), and being satisfied by due inquiry had thereupon, without reference to the merits of the claim of either of the said parties to the legal right of possession, that the claim of actual possession by the said (name or names or description ) is true, I so decide and declare that he is (or they are ) possession of the said …….………………………(the subject of dispute) and entitled to retain such possession until ousted by due Course of law, and do strictly forbid any disturbance of his (or their) possession in the meantime.

 

Dated this…………………….. day of ………………………20……..

 

(Seal of the court)

 

(Signature)

 

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