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The Unclaimed Of Deposits Act 1870

The Unclaimed Of Deposits Act 1870

The Unclaimed Of Deposits Act 1870

[ACT No.5 OF 1870] 1

[14th February, 1870.]

1. Short title given by the Indian Short Titles Act, 1897 (14 of 1897).

An Act to enable the High Courts at the Presidency-towns to deal with cost of petitions for certain moneys transferred to Government.

Preamble. WHEREAS the High Courts of Judicature at Fort William. Madras and Bombay have no power to deal with the costs of petitions under section 4 of Act No.25 of 1866 (to transfer to the Government of India certain securities and moneys deposited in the High Courts of Judicature at Fort William, Madras and Bombay 1 2or payment of certain securities, moneys or proceeds transferred to Government;

AND WHEREAS it is expedient to confer such power upon the said High Courts; It is hereby enacted as follows:-

1. The words ” and in the Supreme Court of the Straits Settlements and the proceeds of certain estates in the charge at the Administrator General of Bengal ” rep. y Act 16 of 1874.

2. The wods” or under s.60 of the Administrator General’s Act, 1867 ” are omitted as the Administrator General’s Act, 1867 (24 of 1867) and this Act so far as it relates to the Administrator General, were rep. by the Administrator General’s Act, 1874 (2 of 1874)

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