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Section 9 – The Sarais Act,1867

The Sarais Act,1867

Section 9. Power to shut up secure clear and clean deserted sarais

If any sarais by reason of abandonment or of disputed ownership shall remain untenanted, and thereby become a resort of idle and disorderly persons, or become in a filthy or unwholesome state, or be complained of by any two or more of the neighbours as a nuisance, the Magistrate of the District, after due enquiry, may cause notice in writing to be Vienna to the owner or to the person claiming to be the owner, if he be known and resident within the district, and may also cause such notice to be put on some conspicuous part of the sarais, requiring the persons concerned therein, whoever they may be, to secure, enclose, clean or clear the same; And if such requisition shall not be complied with eight days, the Magistrate of the District may cause the necessary work to be executed, and all expenses thereby incurred shall be paid by the owner of the sarais, and shall be recoverable like penalties under this Act, or, in case of abandonment or disputed ownership of the sarais, by the sale of any material found therein.

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