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Section 52 – The Delhi Land Reforms Act, 1954

The Delhi Land Reforms Act, 1954


52. Succession in the case of a holding inherited as father’s father. – 


When a Bhumidhar or Asami, who has , whether before or after the commencement of this Act, inherited an interest in a holding as a father’s father [(Note: Subs. by s.11 of Delhi Act 16 of 1956, for the words “dies, marries, abandons or surrenders such holding or part thereof, such holding or part”) dies or the Asami abandons or surrenders such holding, it] shall devolve upon the nearest surviving heir (such heir being ascertained in accordance with the provisions of section 50) of the last male Bhumidhar or Asami from whom such father’s father inherited the interest in the holding.



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