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Section 10 – Treasure Trove Act,1878

Treasure Trove Act,1878

Section 10. Proceedings subsequent to declaration

Where a declaration has been made in respect of any treasure under, such treasure shall, in accordance with the provisions hereinafter contained, either be delivered to the finder thereof, or be divided between him and the owner of the place in which it has been found in manner hereinafter provided.


Himachal Pradesh

Amendment is the same as in Punjab etc., see H. P. Act 16 of 1972, S. 4 (16-11-1972).

Punjab, Harayana, Chandigarh

In its application to the State of Punjab, in section 10, for the words “either be delivered to the finder thereof, or be divided between him”, substitute the words “be divided amongst the finder thereof the Government.” Punj. Act 24 of 1960, S. 5 (30-5-1960).

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