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Section 6 – The Religious Endowments Act,1863

The Religious Endowments Act,1863

Section 6. Rights, etc., of trustees to whom property is transferred under Section 4

The rights, powers and responsibilities of every trustee, manager or superintendent, to whom the land and other property of any mosque, temple or other religious establishment is transferred in the manner prescribed in Section 4 of this Act, as well as the conditions of their appointment, election and removal, shall be the same as if this Act had not been passed, except in respect of the liability to be sued under this Act, and except in respect of the authority of the Board of Revenue and local agents, given by the Regulations hereby repealed, over such mosque, temple or religious establishment, and over such trustee, manager or superintendent, which authority is hereby determined and repealed.

All the powers, which might be exercised, by any Board or local agent for the recovery of the rent of land or other property transferred under the said Section 4 of this Act, may, from the date of such transfer, be exercised by any trustee, manager or superintendent to whom such transfer is made.

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