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Section 24 – Punjab Colonization of Government Lands (Punjab) Act 1912

Punjab Colonization of Government Lands (Punjab) Act 1912

Section 24.Power of imposing penalities for breaches of conditions

When the Collector is satisfied that a tenant in possession of land has committed a breach of the conditions of his tenancy, he may, after giving the tenant an opportunity to appear and state his objections-

(a)impose on the tenant a penalty not exceeding one hundred rupees, or

(b)order the resumption of the tenancy :

Provided that if the breach is capable of rectification, the Collector shall not impose any penalty or order the resumption of the tenancy unless he has issued a written notice requiring the tenant to rectify the breach within a reasonable time, not being less than one month, to be stated in the notice and the tenant has failed to comply with such notice.

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