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Section 3 – Punjab Colonization of Government Lands (Punjab) Act 1912

Punjab Colonization of Government Lands (Punjab) Act 1912

Section 3. Definitions

In this Act, unless there is something repugnant in the subject or context,-

“Collector” means the Collector of the district as described in the 3Punjab Land Revenue Act,1887, and includes (1) any officer appointed by the 4[State]Government to perform all or any of the functions and exercise all or any of the powers of the Collector under this Act and (2) any Colonization Officer or assistant Colonization Officer appointed as such before the commencement of this Act, whether or no such officer was by notification appointed to perform all or any of the functions of a Deputy Commissioner under the Act hereby repealed.

“Commissioner” includes any officer appointed by the 4[State] Government to perform all or any of the powers of the functions and exercise all or any of the powers of a Commissioner under this Act.

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1Substituted for the words “East Punjab” (which had been inserted for the word “the Punjab” by the Indian Independence (Adaptation of Bengal and Punjab Acts) Order,1948) by the Adaptation of Laws (Third Amendment) Order,1951.

2Substituted for “East Punjab ” by Adaptation of Laws Order,1950.

3See Volume I.

4Substituted for the word “Provincial” by the Adaptation of Laws Order,1950.

III of 1893.

“Colony” means any area to which this Act shall be applied by order of the 1[State] Government, and, unless the 1[State] Government otherwise directs any area to which the Government tenants (Punjab) Act,1893, has been applied.

“Prescribed” means sanctioned by the 1[State] Government under this Act or under the Act hereby repealed.

XVI of 1887.

“Improvements” means such improvements as defined in section 4(19) of the 2Punjab Tenancy Act,1887, as the tenant is permitted to make under the conditions applicable to his tenancy.

“Tenant” means any person holding land in a colony as a tenant of 3[Government] and includes the predecessors and successors in interest of a tenant.

4[Original tenant” means any male to whom a tenancy is first allotted by the Collector, and includes the male transferee of such a tenant and any male nominated by the Collector in accordance with the provisions of section 21 to succeed a female, to whom a tenancy was first allotted.

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1Substituted for the word “Provincial” by the Adaptation of Laws Order,1950.

2Added by section 2 of Punjab Act 3 of 1920.

3Substututed for the word “Provincial” by the Adaptation of Laws Order,1950.

4Substituted for the word “Crown for the purposes o the Province” by the Adaptation of Laws (Third Amendment) Order,1951.

Provided that 1[unless the 2[State] Government by general or special order otherwise directs] nothing in sections 20,21,22 and 23, or in the proviso to section 14 of this Act, shall * * 1 * * apply 3 * * * * to any class of tenancies created hereafter which the 2[State] Government may declare to be scheduled tenancies under this section.

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