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Schedule 2 – Punjab Colonization of Government Lands (Punjab) Act 1912

Punjab Colonization of Government Lands (Punjab) Act 1912

Schedule 2

SCHEDULE II

(Referred to in Section 30.)

Conditions applicable to grantees who acquire Proprietary right

1.Exceptions of channels rights to minerals, etc. – The 2[Government] does not grant to the grantee but hereby absolutely excepts and reserve s to itself out of and in respect of the said lands (1) all grounds situate in the said lands or any part thereof already marked out, excavated or otherwise utilized for the distributary channels, and (2) all existing rights to and over all mines and minerals, coals, gold-washings, earth-oil and quarries in or under the said lands or any part thereof, together with all easements heretofore enjoyed by the 2[Government] in respect of the said lands or any part thereof. And it likewise excepts and reserve the right of the public to use existing thoroughfares traversing the said land or any part thereof including a width or 1½ kadams on either side of survey base line, and also any lines of road which through not yet made, have been market out upon the ground.

2.Power of Government entry to search for minerals, etc.The grantee shall at all time permit the officers of the 2[Government] to enter and do all acts and think that may be necessary and expedient for the purpose of searching for, working, getting or carrying away any such mines and minerals, coals, gold-washings earth-oil and quarries, and for the full enjoyment of the ground and of the rights hereinbefore reserved to the 2[Government] to and over all mines and minerals, coals, gold-washings, earth-oil, quarries and easement in or under the said land and all parts thereof.

3.Compensation for damage by entry – The Government agrees to pay the grantees compensation for all damage occasioned by the exercise of the rights reserved to itself in clauses 1 and 2.

Such compensation shall be assessed by the Collector, and if the grantee is not satisfied with the finding of the Collector, he appeal to the Commissioner.

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2Substituted for the word “Crown”

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