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Punjab Colonization of Government Lands (Punjab) Act 1912

Punjab Colonization of Government Lands (Punjab) Act 1912




1 Title and Local Extent
2 Repeal
3 Definitions
Chapter 1 Preliminary III of 1893
4 Application of the Act
5 Power to withdraw a colony from the operation of the Act
6 Except as provided in section 7 of this Act
7 Applicability of the Punjab Land Revenue Act and Punjab Tenancy Act. (XVII and XVI of 1887)
8 Amendment of section 136 (1) of the Punjab Land Revenue Act. (XVII of 1887)
9 Application of Chapter IV of Land Revenue Act 1887, to certain village site. (XVII 1887)
Chapter II Provisions Relating to Tenants
10 Issue of statements of conditions of tenancies
11 Legal effect of statements of conditions (III of 1893) (XV of 1895)
12 Temporary absence
13 Entries in record-of-rights or annual record to be equivalent to entries in register issued under Act, III of 1893
14 Position of tenant s holding hitherto under Act, III of 1893
15 Purchaser to be tenant pending payment in full of purchase money
16 False information by a tenants
17 Exchange
18 Right of tenant not to be attached or sold
19 Transfer of rights to be void
20 Succession to tenants acquiring otherwise than by succession
21 Succession to tenants acquiring by succession
22 Acquisition of ownership not to affect nomination of heir
23 Revocation of nomination
24 Power of imposing penalities for breaches of conditions
25 Power of re-entry and provisions as to compensation in certain cases
26 Provisions for re-entry on and compensation for buildings on sites allotted for residential purposes
27 Saving of certain tenancies and conditions
28 Sums due to Government to be recoverable as to arrears of land revenue
29 Power to abrogate conditions
Chapter III Provisions Relating to Proprietors
30 Acquisition of proprietary rights
30A Rights of alienation in respect of, and rule of succession to certain proprietary right acquired by a female
Chapter IV Supplementary Provisions
31 Mares, camels or their progeny maintained under prescribed conditions not to be attached or sold
32 Power of re-entry in case of squatters and trespassers – Penalties
33 Additional powers of Collector in regard to offences
34 Power to levy a cess for administration of common village under the Act
35 Power to levy access for administration of common village expenses
36 Jurisdiction of Civil Court barred as regards matter arising under the Act
37 Public servants indemnified for acts done under this Act
38 Legalization of orders passed previous to the Act
Schedule 1
Schedule 2

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