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Section 57 – The Delhi Land Revenue Act, 1954

The Delhi Land Revenue Act, 1954

 

 

57. Power to refer disputes to arbitration –

 

The Chief Commissioner, the Deputy Commissioner, as Additional Collector, an Assistant Collector of the first class or a Revenue Assistant, a Record Officer or an Assistant Record Officer, a Settlement Officer or an Assistant Settlement Officer, may, with the consent of the parties, by order, refer any dispute before him to arbitration.

 

 

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