The Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act,1954
Section 30. Exemption from arrest
(1) No person shall be liable to arrest or imprisonment in pursuance of any process issued for the recovery of any sum due under this Act which is recoverable as an arrear of land revenue.
(2)Notwithstanding anything contained in sub-section (1) if the Chief Settlement Commissioner is of opinion that a person is refusing or neglecting, or has refused or neglected to pay any sum due under this Act, he may, after giving such person an opportunity of being heard, by order in writing stating the grounds therefor, direct that the provision of sub-section (1) shall not apply to him, and thereupon such person shall, cease to be entitled to the exemption conferred by that sub-section.
Section ” 30 -SYNOPSIS
1.Devisible Property–Rule 30 Possession of property Not being claimant Transfer of occupation under the Act Scope and consideration. Vol. 17 Supp. All India Land Laws Reporter 491
–Sections 30, 33 and 40 Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Rules,1955, Rr,25 and 26 Two divisible portions of property occupied by two displaced persons One having a verified claim and the other non-claimant Living as such for over 40 years and have obviously found it convenient to do so Litigation for 40 years with justice swaying this say or that During this Chief Settlement Commissioner held two independent properties can be treated as in occupation of two displaced persons, one claimant and the other non-claimant Are as such entitled to transfer to property under Rs. 25 and 26 of the Rules This did not find favour with the High Court Supreme Court upheld the findings of the Chief Settlement Commissioner and thus put an end to over 40 years litigation. 1990(2) All India Land Laws Reporter 114