APPENDIX XX

             [Rule 78(b)]

            Know all men by these presents that I             son of                by profession at present residing at                    (hereinafter called “the Obliger”)am held and firmly bound to the President of India (hereinafter called “the Government “which expression shall where  the context so admits include his successors and assigns in the sum of Rs………..(Rupees ……………..only) of good and lawful  money of India to the Government for which payment to be faithfully and truly made bind myself my heirs, executors, administrators, representatives, and assigns firmly by these presents:

            Signed this              day of                one thousands nine hundred and fifty ….

            Whereas the sum of Rs.                   (Rupees             only) is the full amount of compensation against verified claims of which full particulars are given in the Schedule hereunder written.

And Whereas the said amount of compensation is payable to-who is deaf and dumb/ is suffering from physical/mental disability which renders him unfit to manage his property for immovable property left in West Pakistan for which a claim was filed and assessed in his/her favour under the Displaced Persons (ClaimsAct,1950:-

And whereas having regard to the interest of the person for whom compensation is intended the Government has in purchase of the Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Rules,1995 decided to pay the said amount of compensation to the Obligor subject to his entering into a bond as above written with such condition as hereunder is written:

And whereas the Obligor as said guardian has agreed to enter into the above written bond.

Now the condition of the above written bond is that if the Obligor shall at all times hold the said amount of compensation on behalf of and for the benefit of the said……………..  who is suffering from disability ceases to exist and that if the Obligor do and shall justly and truely account, whenever called upon by the Government to do so for the amount of compensation paid to him as natural guardian of the said disabled person and shall discharge his duty as such Karta or guardian as aforesaid and in all things conduct himself properly (as to which the decision of the Government shall be final) and further if the Obligor shall and do from time to time and at all times hereafter well and sufficiently save, defend, keep harmless and indemnified the Government, the officers and the servants of the Government and each and every one of them from – against all and all manner of action and actions, suits and other legal proceedings, cases charges damage, and expenses whatsoever which shall or may at any times hereafter be brought, commenced or sued by any person or persons whomsoever or whatsoever against or happen or be occasioned to the Government or for, on account of or by reason of or consequent upon payment of aforesaid to the amount of compensation aforesaid to the Obligor : Then, the above written bond shall be void and of no effect  otherwise the same shall be and remain in full force and provided always it is and hereby expressly declared and agreed by the Obligor that in the defence and prosecution of any action, suit or other legal proceedings referred to in the foregoing clause for indemnity or maintained in virtue thereof the Government shall not be responsible or accountable to the Obligor for any act, omission or mistake in the defence or prosecution of such action, suit or other legal proceedings and that in the defence or prosecution of action, suit or legal proceedings shall be required to do such act and takes such step only, as shall in that behalf be approved and advised by the Law Officers of the Government of India.

SCHEDULE ABOVE REFERRED TO

IN WITNESS whereof the Obligor above named has hereunder to set his hand this day of  ………………… 195

Signed                                                  1                     2

In the presence of                                 1                    2

Witnesses

The above bond is accepted.               

Signed

Signature of the Obligor                                    for and on behalf of the

(Signature of Authorised Officer)           President of India.

 

APPENDIX XXI

            Proclamation [Rule 86(2)]

            In the Court of the Regional Settlement Commissioner/ Settlement Officer                              No.                     Dated

            Whereas Shri/ Shrimati                  had applied for being substituted as legal heir(s) of Shri                     being a displaced person having verified claim(s) bearing Index No. (s)                           for property left in district of West Pakistan, who is reported to have died on                   at         

            2.         In you have any objection to his/ her  being paid compensation against the said claim(s) you are required to put in your written representation personally or by registered post (acknowledged due) so as to reach this office on or before the                       day of                   19

Please quote this office number as given above in your representation.

Yours faithfully,

Settlement Officer

Copy to the applicant.                                       Settlement Officer

Name of near relations                                      for Regional Commissioner

Copy also to the near relations whose names are given above with the request that if they want to contest the application for substitution, they should appear with the evidence on which they rely, in this court, on the date and time specified in the proclamation.

Yours faithfully,

for Regional Settlement Commissioner

APPENDIX XXII

Certificate of sale (Free Hold Properties)

[Rule 90(15)]

            This is to certify that                    having given the highest bid at sale by public auction held in pursuance of the powers conferred upon me under Section 20 of the Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act, 1954 (44 of  1954)  on the                     day of                19     of  the property described in the Schedule and his bid having been accepted and the value thereof having been paid by him in cash/ by adjustment of compensation due on his and his associates claims has been declared the purchaser of the said property with effect from the date of 19…..

            The property the compensation of which has been adjusted against the value of this property was mortgaged with Shri                  S/o                      in West Pakistan and/or Shri                          the purchaser had obtained a debt of Rs.                       from  Shri                       S/o                                       in West Pakistan.  The said mortgagee/ creditor has obtained a decree for                     Rs.               from Tribunal constituted under the Displaced Persons (Debt Adjustment) Act, 1951, the intimation of which has been received by the Chief Settlement Commissioner from the Tribunal concerned.  The mortgagee/ creditor would, therefore, have lien over this property to the event of mortgage/ debt of              Rs.                   according to the provisions of the above Act until the mortgage charge/debt is satisfied or is redeemed by the mortgagor/ debtor).

            Given under my hand and the seal of my office, this              day of

Signature

Name and Designation of the Officer

SCHEDULE

APPENDIX   XXIII

[Rule 90(15)]

Certificate of Sale (Lease-hold Property)

            This is to certify that                     having given the highest bid at a sale by public auction held in pursuance of the powers conferred upon me under Section 20 of  Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act, 1954 (44 of  1954)  on the                     day of                19     of  the property described in the Schedule and his bid having been accepted and the value thereof having been paid by him in cash by adjustment of compensation due on his and his associates claims has been declared the purchaser of the said property with effect from the                   day of                     19…..  The terms and conditions on which the site will be held are specified in the leasee deed appended thereto.

            The property the compensation of which has been adjusted against the value of this property was mortgaged with Shri                   S/o                      in West Pakistan and or Shri                          the purchaser, had obtained a debt  of Rs.                       from  Shri                       S/o                                       in West Pakistan.  The said mortgagee/ creditor has obtained a decree of                     Rs.               from the Tribunal constituted under the Displaced Persons (Debt Adjustment) Act, 1951, the intimation of which has been received by the Chief Settlement Commissioner from the Tribunal concerned.  The mortgagee/ creditor would, therefore, have a lien over this property to the extent of mortgage, charge/ debt of  Rs.                    according to the provisions of the above Act, until mortgage charge/ debt is satisfied or is redeemed by  mortgagee/ debtor).

            Give under my hand and the seal of my office, this  day                  of

Signature

Name and Designation of the Officer

APPENDIX XXIV

[Rule 91(8)]

            Deed of Conveyance in the case of Free-Hold Properties which are sold otherwise than by Public Auction

This indenture made the                  day of                           one thousand nine hundred and fifty-five between the President of India hereinafter called “the Vendor” (which expression shall unless repugnant to the extent or meaning thereof include the successors and assigns) of the one part and             S/o called the “purchaser” (which expression shall unless repugnant to the context or meaning thereof be deemed to include his heirs, executors and administrators) of the other part:

Whereas the Vendor is seized and possessed of the land, hereditaments and premises more particularly described in Schedule I, hereunder written.

And whereas the vendor has agreed with the Purchaser for the absolute sale to him of the said land hereditaments and premises intended to be hereby granted at or for the price of Rs.                                                        paid to the Vendor by the Purchaser (                         in cash and                   ) by adjustment against compensation payable under the Displaced Person, (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act, 1954 to the purchaser and his associates whole names are given in Schedule II hereunder written on or before the execution of these presents the receipt whereof the Vendor doth hereby admit and acknowledge, and from the same doth hereby release unto the Purchaser and whereas the said associates have agreed to the property being granted, released, conveyed and assured upto the Purchaser, the Vendor doth in pursuance of rule                      of the rules framed under the Displaced Person, (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act, 1954  hereby grant, release, convey and assured upto the purchaser, all that piece or parcel of land, hereditaments and premises known as .……………….. more particularly described in Schedule I hereunder written together with all building, commons, fences, hedges, ditches, way waters, water-courses, liberties, privileges, easements and appurtenance whatsoever to the said piece  or parcel of land belong or in any way appertaining or usualy held or enjoyed therewith or reputed to belonging or be appurtenant thereto and all the Estate, right, title, interest, claim and demand whatsoever of the Vendor into and upon the said premises and every part thereof excepting and reserving to the Vendor all mines and minerals of whatsoever nature lie in or under the said premises together with full liberty at all times for the Vendor, his agents and workmen to enter upon all or any part of the said premises, to search for, make merchantable and carry away the said mines and minerals under or upon the said premises or any adjoining land of the Vendor and to let down the surface of all or any part of the said premises and any buildings standing thereon or hereafter to be erected thereon, making fair compensation to the purchaser for damage done thereby to have and to hold the said land, hereditaments and premises hereby granted, released, conveyed and assured, or expressed so to be, unto and to the use of the Purchaser subject nevertheless to the payment of such land revenue, cessess and taxes as are or may be assessed or imposed on the said premises and the Vendor doth hereby convenant with the Purchaser that he had not done anything or suffered anything to be done whereby the said premises are in any way encumbered or affected and that the purchaser shall and may at all times hereafter peaceably and quietly possess and enjoy the said land, hereditaments and premises and receive the rents and profits thereof without any lawful eviction, interruption, claim  or demand whatsoever, from or by the Vendor or any person or persons lawfully or equitably claiming from. Under, or in trust for him and further that the vendor and all persons lawfully or equitably, claiming any estate or interest in the said land hereditament or premises, or any of them, or any part thereof, from, under or in trust for him the Vendor shall and will, from time to time fixed at all times thereafter, at the request and cost of the Purchaser do or execute, or cause to be done and executed, all such acts deeds and things whatsoever for further and more perfectly assessing the said land, hereditament and premises, and every part thereof unto and to the use of the Purchaser, in manner aforesaid, as shall or may be reasonably required.

            This indenture shall be deemed to have come into force.

            The property the compensation of which has been adjusted against the value of this property was mortgaged with Shri                                                S/o                   in West Pakistan and/or Shri                 the purhaser; had obtained a debt of Rs.                   from Shri                                              S/o                               in West Pakistan.  The said mortgage/ creditor has obtained a decree for Rs. from the Tribunal constituted under the Displaced Persons Debts Adjustment Act, 1951, the intimation of which has been received by the Chief Settlement Commissioner from the Tribunal concerned.  The mortgage charge/ creditor would, therefore, have a lien over this property to the extent of mortgage charge/ debt of Rs.                                        

            According to the provisions of above Act until the mortgage charge/ debt is satisfied or redeemed by the mortgagor/ debtor.

            In witness whereof the Vendor has caused                                on his behalf to set his hand hereon to the day of year first above written.

 

SCHEDULE II

            All that piece or parcel of land and/or building(s) situated at………….. …………… containing by a measurement                                    or thereabout and bounded.

            On the North by

            On the South by

            On the East by

            On the West by

SCHEDULE II

            Name of the associates :-

            1.         2.         3.         4.         5.         6.

            Signed by the said

            For and on behalf of the President of India in the presence of

1.                  2.

APPENDIX  XXIV A

[Rule 91(8)]

Deed of Conveyance of Building Constructed on Lease Hold Sites Sold Otherwise than by Public Auction.

(Government built and evacuee properties in the Delhi State built on     leasehold sites)

This indenture made the                                    day of  19

            Between the President of India hereinafter called “the Vendor” of the one part and son of           State hereinafter called “the Purchaser” of the other part

            Whereas the site and the building hereinafter described is owned by the vendor in full proprietory right.

            And whereas the purchaser has declared that he is a displaced person;

            And whereas the purchaser has taken on lease the said--by lease deed dated …………

            And whereas the vendor has agreed to sell and the purchaser has agreed to buy the building fully described in Schedule I hereunder written hereinafter referred to as the said property at or for the price of Rs………………….

            And whereas Section 8 of the Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act, 1954 hereinafter referred……………….. as the said Act provides that the Displaced Person shall be paid out of the compensation pool the amount of net compensation determined under sub-section (3) of Sec. 7 of the said Act as being payable to him and subject to the rules that may be made under the said Act, the Settlement Commissioner or any other officer or authority authorised by the Chief Settlement Commissioner in this behalf may make such payment in any one of the forms mentioned therein or partly in one and partly in any other of such forms :

            And whereas the purchaser has paid the sum of Rs.                                                       being the purchase money on or before the execution of these presents the receipt whereof the vendor doth hereby admit and acknowledge and from the same doth hereby released the Purchaser/ out of which the sum of Rs.                                                                                                                                       has been paid in cash the balance of Rs.                        by adjustment against the compensation payable under the said Act to the Purchaser and his associates whose names are given in Schedule II hereunder written and which said associates have agreed to the said property being granted, released, conveyed and assured unto the Purchaser.

            Now this indenture witnesseth that for the purpose of carrying into effect the said sale and in consideration of the convenants to the purchaser hereinafter contained and the payment by the purchaser of the said sum of Rs.                     in the manner aforesaid the vendor doth hereby grant, convey, release and assure unto the purchaser the building described in Schedule I hereunder written with effect from –

            To have to hold the same unto and to the use of the purchaser subject to the exception, reservations, conditions and convenants hereinafter contained and each of them is to say :-

            (1)        The purchaser shall enjoy the right of possession and enjoyment so long as he conforms to the terms and conditions  of the sale.

            (2)        The purchaser shall pay all general and local taxes, rates and cesses now imposed or assessed or which may at any time hereafter be imposed or assessed on the said property by the vendor or by any other competent authority.

            (3)        The purchaser shall not make any alteration and/or addition to the building either externally or internally without first obtaining the permission of the  local authority in writing and also if called upon by the said authority; the purchaser shall submit plans, Sections, elevations and specifications for the addition and/or alterations to the building, in duplicate, and shall not start the work of construction unless and until the approval of the said authority has been obtained in writing.

            (4)        The purchaser shall maintain the said property in a sanitary condition according to the directions of the local authority concerned.    

            (5)        The purchase shall not use the said property for any purpose other than the purpose of               without the previous consent in writing of the vendor or an officer appointed by him in this behalf.

            (6)        The vendor may by his officers and servants at all reasonable times and in reasonable manner after 24 hours’ notice in writing enter in and upon any part of the said property for the purpose of ascertaining that the purchaser has duly performed and observed the covenants and conditions to be performed and observed by him under these presents.

            (7)        The vendor shall have full right, power and authority at all times to do, through officers or servants, all acts and things which may be necessary or expedient for the purpose of enforcing compliance with all or any of the terms, conditions and reservation herein contained and to recover from the purchaser as a first charge upon the said property the cost of doing all or any such acts and things and all costs incurred in connection therewith or in any way relating thereto.

            The property the compensation of which has been adjusted against the value of his property was mortgaged with Shri                                    S/o                               in West Pakistan and/of  Shri                            the purchaser, had obtained a debt of Rs…………….. from Shri                               S/o                   in West Pakistan.  The said mortgagee/ creditor has obtained a decree of Rs.                                   from the Tribunal constituted under the Displaced Persons (Debts Adjustment) Act, 1951, the intimation of which has been received by the Chief Settlement Commissioner from the tribunal concerned.  The mortgagee/ creditor would, therefore, have a lien over this property to the extent of mortgage  charge/ debt of  Rs.                                 according to the provision of the above Act until the mortgage charge/ debt is satisfied or is redeemed by the mortgagee/ debtor.

            (8)        In the event of the breach or non-observance by the purchaser of any of the covenants herein on his part to be observed than in any such it shall notwithstanding the waiver of any previous cause or right for re-entry it shall be lawful for vendor to enter into and upon the said property or any part thereof and to repossess, retain and enjoy the same as of his former estate and the purchaser shall not be entitled to a refund of the purchase money or any part thereof or to any compensation whatsoever on account of such resumption.

            (9)        If and so long as the purchaser shall fully perform and comply with and shall continue to so perform and comply with each and all the terms and conditions herein made and provided but not otherwise the vendor will secure the purchaser full and peaceful enjoyment of the rights and privileges herein and hereby conveyed and assured.

            (10)      It is hereby agreed and declared that this conveyance shall in all respects be subject to the terms and covenants contained in the lease deed of the site herein before referred to.

            (11)      In the event of dispute or any difference at any time arising between the vendor and the purchaser as to the true intent and meaning of these presents and of each and every provision thereof, the property and rights hereby reserved or any of them or in any manner incidental or relating thereto, the said dispute or difference shall be referred to the Chief Commissioner, Delhi, or his nominees whose decision thereon shall be final and binding on the parties hereto.

            If either partly shall neglect or refuse for the space of thirty days after request in writing by the other party so to refer the matter then the other party may himself refer the matter for the decision of the Chief Commissioner, Delhi, as aforesaid who may proceed as though the reference were by both parties and his decision thereon shall be final and binding on both parties.

            And it is hereby agreed and declared that unless different meaning appear from the context;

            (a)        the expression “Vendor” used in these presents shall include the President of India, the Government of India, the Chief Commissioner, Delhi and in relation to any matter or anything contained in or arising out of these presents every person duly authorised to act or to represent the Government of India in respect of such matter or thing;

            (b)        the expression “purchaser” used in these presents shall include in addition to the said                  his lawful heirs, successors, representative, assignees, transferees, lessees and any person or persons in occupation of the said property.

            In witness whereof the parties hereto have set their hands this day and year above-written.

 

SCHEDULE I ABOVE REFERRED TO

            All that ……………….. storeyed brick-built house or massuage consisting ……………… at ………….. with fixture and fittings situate………….. the site being held on lease by an indenture of lease dated ……………. And more particularly described in the Schedule thereunder written together with all buildings, easements and appurtenance whatsoever to the said house or massuage belonging or usually held or enjoyed therewith, or howsoever otherwise, the said house or massuage is or heretofore was called or known or should be described or distinguished.

 

SCHEDULE II

            Signed by the                for and on behalf of the President of India.

            In the presence of                     Signature                      Occupation                   Address                       Signature Occupation                   Address Signed by the said at               in the presence of                      Signature Occupation Address                       Signature                      Occupation                   Address

1.                  To be omitted if the Purchaser is a non-displaced person.

APPENDIX XXV-A

            Deed of conveyance in respect of properties transferred under Rule 17 (4) of the Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Rules, 1955.

            No.                              Dated

            Whereas in respect of compensation payable to Shri                           S/o Shri                           Statement of Account No.                              Dated               has been issued against is C.A.F. being registration No.

            2.         And whereas Shri                                 S/o                               has failed to utilise the amount shown in the Statement of Account issued to him within six months from 15th January, 1959/ Date of issue of the said statement of account.

            3.         And whereas by the allotment order No.                                   dated                issued under Rule 17(4) of the Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Rules, 1955 ( a copy of which is annexed hereto), the property No.                                    more particularly described in the scheduled hereunder written which is an acquired evacuee property has been allotted to Shri                                                S/o                  

            4.         And whereas under section 8 of the Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act the said property may be permanently transferred to the said Shri                                   S/o

            5.         And whereas in further pursuance of Rule 17(4) of the Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Rules, 1955 the said property is intended to be permanently transferred to the said Shri………………….. S/o ……………………………. In lieu of the un-utilised compensation payable to him and his claim to compensation to the extent of Rs.                                         (Rupees                                                only) will thus stand satisfied under the said Rule of the Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Rules, 1955.

            The President of India (hereinafter described as the Granter) is hereby pleased to transfer the rights, title and interest acquired by the Central Governments in the said property to the said Shri                      (hereinafter referred to as the Grantee) and hereby grants, releases, conveys and assures unto the Transferee all that piece or parcel of land premises known as                                                                         more particularly described in Schedule hereunder written together will all buildings, commons, fences, hedges, ditches, ways waters, watercourses, liberties, privileges, easements, and appurtenance whatsoever to the said piece or parcel of land belonging or in any way appertaining or usually held or enjoyed therewith or reputed to belong or be appurtenant thereto and all the estate, right, title, interest, claim and demand whatsoever of the Grantor into and upon the said premises and every part thereof excepting and reserving to the Grantor all mines and minerals of whatever nature lie in/ upon or under the said premises together with full liberty at all times for the Grantor, his agents and workmen to enter upon all or any part of the said premises or any adjoining lands of the Grantor and to let down the surface of all or any part of the said premises and any buildings standing thereon or hereafter to be erected thereon, making fair compensation to the Grantee for damage done hereby to have and to hold the said land, hereditaments and premises hereby granted, released conveyed and assured or expressed so to be unto and to the use of the grantee subject nevertheless to the payment of such land, revenue, cesses and taxes as are or may be assessed or imposed on the said premises and the Grantee shall and may be assessed or imposed on the said premises and the Grantee shall and may a all times hereafter peaceably and quietly possess and enjoy the said land hereditaments and premises and receive the rent of profits thereof without any lawful eviction, interruption, claim or demand whatsoever, from or by the Granter or any person or persons lawfully or equitably claiming from, under or in trust for him.

            The stamp duty, if any, payable on this instrument shall be payable by the Central Government.

SCHEDULE

            All that piece or parcel of land and/or building(s) situated at containing by a measurement                                   or thereabouts and bounded on the north by                                  on the South by                        on the East by               on the West by                                   Executed this                day                   at                     on behalf of the President.

 

APPENDIX   XXVI

[Rule 95 and 96]

Application of Rehabilitation Grant.

Description of Properties Abandoned in West Pakistan

Summary of Property or Properties Abandoned.

 

SN

Province/ State

Distt./ Tehsil

Town

Village

Kind of Property whether residence, shop, agricultural land, housing plot, or industrial concern

Estimated value of, property at the time of abandonment

 

 

In case of agricultural land name of Dakli Mauza or Deh should also be given Detailed Description

 

 

(A)              House, Shop, Building, Plot --

(a)    Site area.

(b)   Built area

(c)    Nature of construction

(d)   No. of storeys and number of rooms in each story

(e)    Whether electrified

(f)     Approximate age of the building.

(g)    Mode of acquisition, i.e. whether purchased or inherited or constructed by the applicant.  If purchased or constructed, state the cost and the time (month and year) of purchase or construction.

(h)    Whether assessed to any Municipal or like tax and if so the rate of tax paid or the period of which paid.

(i)      If let out in whole or part, state the monthly rent at the time of abandonment or any earlier date.

(j)     Nature and description of documentary evidence of the existence of property and applicant’s title to the same.

(k)   Nature and extent of applicant’s interest in the property.  If the applicant is a co-sharer, please state the full name and address of the remaining co-sharer(s) and whether they have registered any claim for their share under the D.P. Claims Act, 1950.  If so, an attested copy of the assessment order given to the co-sharers should be filed.  If the copy of order is not available mention the registration and index No. of claim(s) in question.

 

(B)              In case of agricultural land state the following particulars;

(i)                  Class or land (Nehri perennial, nehri non-perennial, chahi, barani, banjar, jadid/ quadim, or ghairmumkin)

(ii)                Area (in local units which should be indicated).

(iii)               Area in acres, kanals, marlas ghantas.

(iv)              Rights held (ownership occupancy, inferior ownership, mortgage with possession etc.) with particulars of other parties and rent paid or realised.

(v)                Remarks

(1)               State if land is under garden.

(2)               State if land stands in revenue records in the name of some one or other than the applicant, and if so how applicant’s title to land is determined.

(vi)              Amount of annual land revenue last paid in West Pakistan in respect of agricultural land and the year for which it was paid.

(vii)             Estimated value of applicant’s right at the time of abandonment.

 

(C)              In the case of an industrial concern state the following particulars.:

(i)                  Name of the concern and description of the work in which it was engaged.

(ii)                Area

(iii)               Covered area and nature of structure.

(iv)              Description and capacity of machinery installed.  Give name of maker and year of make whenever possible.

(v)                Whether purchased by the applicant by himself.  Give date and year of purchase or installation as the case may be, and the name and full address of the seller and the price paid.

(vi)              Whether the concern was in working order at the time of abandonment.

(vii)             Number of men employed.

(viii)           Annual turnover and gross profit for the three years preceding abandonment.

(ix)              If the concern belonged to a partnership, give the names and addresses of the partners and the quantum of applicant’s share.  Also mention whether any of the other partners is a displaced person and, if so, whether he has registered a claim under the Displaced Persons (Claims) Act, 1959.

(x)                Estimated value of the property at the time of abandonment;

Land                …….                           ……….

Structure          …….                           ……….

Machinery        …….                           ……….

 

(D)       In the case of rehabilitation benefits after arrival in India, state the following particulars :-

 

GOVERNMENT OR EVACUEE HOUSE/ SHOPS BUILDINGS, ETC. OCCUPIED

(i)                  The block/ ward and Municipal quarter No. with full address:-

(ii)                Date of allotment and the monthly rent fixed.

(iii)               Arrears of rent or installments  in the case of instalment purchasers outstanding.

(iv)              Details of the accommodation occupied.

Agricultural Land

(i)                  Area allotted

(ii)                Whether quasi-permanent or temporary allotment

(iii)               Particulars of grove or groves allotted

(iv)              Date of allotment and acceptance

Industrial Undertkings

(i)                  No, ward, street, town with full address

(ii)                Date of occupation

(iii)               Assessed monthly rent or licence fee.

(iv)              Arrears of rent or licence fee.

Information regarding Loans

(i)                  The date, account No. and the amount of loan taken.

(ii)                The kind of loan (i.e. small urban, housing, agricultural educational RFA) and the authority who sanctioned.

(iii)               Amount outstanding together with interest.

Name and signature of the Applicant.

 

CERTIFICATE OF VERIFICATION

(To be filled in by the Settlement Officer)

            For residence, shops and industrial concerns                 For Agricultural land

               (i)      Date of verification                                            (i)         Class of land.

               (ii)     Value assessed                                                 (ii)        Area in acres, kanals, marlas, ghanta

               (iii)    Remarks, if any.                                                (iii)       Assessed value in standard acres.

(iv)              Remarks, if any.

Date                                                                                                                                                     Signature

Place                                                                                                                                        Settlement Officer.

 

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