The Punjab tenancy act (Act XVI of 1887) with a commentary, rules, regulations, notifications, officials [sic] orders and instructions, and several useful appendices, etc. etc.
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Published by Federal Law Depot in Delhi .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • India,
  • Punjab.

Subjects:

  • Landlord and tenant -- India -- Punjab

Book details:

Edition Notes

Earlier editions are entered under Punjab. Laws, statutes, etc.

Statementby Om Prakash Aggarawala.
ContributionsPunjab (India).
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 479 p.
Number of Pages479
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6099819M
LC Control Number51027210

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An Act to n~ne~ld the Law relnt4~1g to rhe Tenmrcy of Lmrti i71 the 'Bntymtn.] WHEKEAS, it is expedient to amend the law relating to the tenancy of land in the '[Haryanaj. It is hereby enacted as follows: CHAPTER I Title, extent and 1. (I) This Act may be called the Punjab Tenancy Act, Size: 1MB.   Punjab Tenancy Act This Act was promulgated on 23 September The basic purpose of this law is to regulate the laws relating to tenancy of land in province of Punjab, Pakistan. It regulates the Rent of tenant, relinquishment, abandonment and ejectment of tenants. It also regulates the proceedings of Revenue Courts in matter [ ]. The Tenancy Act (Punjab Tenancy Act (XVI) of ) as amended upto date. Book Recommended: 1. Agarwala – Punjab Tenancy Act, by Ch. Noor Elahi and Sh. Muhammad Zafar. Right of occupancy tenancy how created: A tenant creates Occupancy tenancy in the following ways or essential conditions for setting up a right of occupancy are: 1.   The Punjab Tenancy Act (xvi Of ): With Introd., Notes, Rules And Debates In Council Paperback – March 7, Format: Paperback.

- With reference to Government of Punjab Department of Revenue notification No. GSR 56/PA. 16//Section A/82 dated 6th May, and in exercise of the powers conferred by sub-section (3) of section A of the Punjab Tenancy Act, and all other powers enabling him in this behalf the Financial Commissioner, (Revenue) Punjab is. - Buy The Punjab Tenancy ACT (XVI of ); With Introd., Notes, Rules and Debates in Council book online at best prices in India on Read The Punjab Tenancy ACT (XVI of ); With Introd., Notes, Rules and Debates in Council book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on qualified : Punjab. Tenant-Right in the Punjab, and the Punjab Tenancy Act [Davis, W. G.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Tenant-Right in the Punjab, and the Punjab Tenancy Act. An order passed by a revenue officer of any grade under this Act shall for purposes of appeal, revision and review, be treated as an order of a revenue officer of the same grade under the Punjab Tenancy Act, [28], and shall be subject to the provisions of the latter Act with respect to appeal, revision and review.

  The Punjab Tenancy Act has been incorporated on 1st November, This Act has been instituted to amend and sanction the Law related to Tenancy of Lands in the State of Punjab. The right of occupancy tenant has been created by following essential conditions. Since both the enactments viz. the Punjab Tenancy Act, and the Punjab Security of Land Tenures Act, are in force, the parties can have recourse to the civil proceedings for the redress of their grievance by invoking the provisions of these Acts, provided the provisions contained in the Punjab Tenancy Act, do not come in conflict. (1) This Act may be called the Punjab Tenancy Act, 1 For Statement of Objects and Reasons, see "Punjab Gazette" Extraordinary, dated 8 th April, , Part V, pp. State: Punjab Government. Any occupancy tenant, who had the right of occupancy in the land so occupied by him under section 5(1)(c) of the Punjab Tenancy Act, , or who may prove by a reliable, clear and unambiguous evidence, before a court of competent jurisdiction, that he is the real owner, according to Sharia, of the land under his tenancy, and who occupies any.