INSTRUCTIONS   FOR DISPOSAL OF EVACUEE / INFERIOR EVACUEE / PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT LANDS

 

Contents

 

SN

Date

Subject

Category

1         

21/4/1961

Allotment of superior grade land to the inferior grade claimants.

Evacuee Land

2         

29/8/1961

Disposal of inferior land purchased by the Punjab government from the Central Ministry of Rehabilitation.

Inferior Evacuee Land

3         

26/12/1961

Allotment of rural land to urban claimants

Evacuee Land

4         

11/5/1962

Disposal of evacuee agricultural lands situated within five miles of Indo Pak Border

Evacuee Land

5         

4/12/1962

Cancellation of allotment where allottee have failed to take its possession

Evacuee Land

6         

18/1/1963

Valuation of Ghairmumkin Land

Evacuee Land

7         

5/7/1963

Allotment of Ghairmumkin land

Evacuee Land

8         

4/10/1963

Allotment of land in the name of dead persons – last date

Evacuee Land

9         

21/10/1963

Applications for allotment of land to unsatisfied claimants

Evacuee Land

10     

21/4/1964

Purchase of evacuee lands by the State Forest Department-Issue of Conveyance Deeds thereof.

Evacuee Land

11     

19/12/1964

Premium of 50 % due to  encroachment on urban evacuee land

Evacuee Land

12     

31/7/1970

Press note- Transfer of Rural Evacuee Houses

Evacuee Land

13     

12/8/1970

Disposal of evacuee agricultural lands situated around the Towns.

Evacuee Land

14     

6/1/1971

Press Note – Transfer of urban evacuee houses/shops/commercial site to occupants who are in possession since 1/1/1970

Urban Evacuee

15     

13/5/1971

Press Note – Transfer of rural evacuee houses

Evacuee Land

16     

8/10/1971

Press Note – Transfer of rural evacuee land on the basis of possession since Rabi 1970 to Rai Sikhs/SCs

Evacuee Land

17     

8/10/1971

Press Note – Clarification for policy dated 8/10/1971

Evacuee Land

18     

11/10/1971

Disposal of surplus evacuee lands

Evacuee Land

19     

12/10/1971

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agricultural lands

Evacuee Land

20     

20/4/1972

Change of option for land allotment.

Evacuee Land

21     

22/9/1972

Filing of claims by non-existent persons

Evacuee Land

22     

19/10/1972

Filing of claims by non existent persons

Evacuee Land

23     

4/4/1973

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agricultural lands

Rural Evacuee Agricultural Lands

24     

3/11/1973

Redemption of mortgaged lands

Evacuee Land

25     

24/12/1973

Press Note- Transfer of Urban Evacuee Houses/Commercial Evacuee Land on the Basis of Possession since 1/1/1970

Urban Evacuee

26     

17/7/1974

Allotment of surplus urban Agricultural lands to the lessees and sub lessees- determination of eligibility

Evacuee Land

27     

23/7/1974

Regarding allotment of Panchayat Deh land

Evacuee Land

28     

4/9/1974

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agricultural lands on the basis of possession

Evacuee Land

29     

11/2/1975

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agricultural land  by auction.

Evacuee Land

30     

20/2/1975

Regarding properties mortgaged by the local persons with Muslims and vice versa.  

Evacuee Land

31     

28/11/1975

Press Note – Allotment of Evacuee Land/Urban Plot to Widows of Soldiers etc

Urban Evacuee

32     

26/12/1975

Change of option for transfer of Parcha Claims from one district to another district.

Evacuee Land

33     

26/12/1975

Allotment of rural evacuee agricultural land to displaced persons who abandoned urban agricultural land in Pakistan.

Evacuee Land

34     

2/1/1976

Allotment of plots/agricultural land to the widows of personnel of Armed Forces including the widows of BSF and PAP personnel who became fatal causalities, in the Indo Pak War of 1971.

Evacuee Land

35     

24/11/1976

Allotment of land to partially unsatisfied claimants

Evacuee Land

36     

20/12/1976

Allotment of land to Non-Punjabi claimants

Evacuee Land

37     

2/2/1977

Press Note – Transfer of Urban Evacuee land being used for residential/ commercial purpose on the basis of possession since 1/1/1970 – Extension of last date for application 20/2/1977

Evacuee Land

38     

9/2/1977

Redemption of land mortgaged by the local landlords with Muslim evacuees

Evacuee Land

39     

20/6/1978

Allotment of Rural Evacuee land to unsatisfied Punjabi and Non-Punjabi migrants and widows of Ex-Serviceman.

Evacuee Land

40     

19/1/1979

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agricultural  land

Evacuee Land

41     

16/3/1979

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agricultural land

Evacuee Land

42     

16/5/1979

Allotment land above 30 acres of land to Punjabi claimants

Evacuee Land

43     

10/7/1979

Disposal of inferior evacuee land-policy regarding.

Inferior Evacuee Land

44     

30/8/1979

Policy with regard to the disposal of urban evacuee/package deal land/properties taken by the State government from the government  of India.

Urban Evacuee  Land

45     

30/8/1979

Order - Transfer of  Urban Evacuee land on which house etc has been constructed – Land purchased by Punjab Government vide Arrangement of 1970

Urban Evacuee

46     

31/8/1979

Policy with regard to the disposal of urban evacuee/package deal land/properties taken by the State Govt. of the GOI transfer of urban houses in possession of rural land allottees.

Urban Evacuee

47     

26/2/1980

Press Note -Transfer of Rural Evacuee Land on the basis of possession wef Rabi 1978

Evacuee land

48     

25/3/1981

Land owned by locals but mortgaged with Muslims allotment thereof.

Evacuee Land

49     

10/4/1981

Land owned by locals but mortgaged with Muslims –Transfer, Auction thereof.

Evacuee Land

50     

5/6/1981

Disposal of inferior evacuee land-Policy regarding.

Inferior Evacuee Land

51     

7/1981

Transfer of open site in Rehabilitation Colonies to Municipal Committees for laying out Garden/Parks/Roads

Evacuee Land

52     

7/7/1981

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agri. Lands/properties.

Evacuee Land

53     

21/7/1981

Disposal of sites left undeveloped due to revised layouts in the Model colonies viz. Model Towns, Model Hosues, 8 Marla Cheap Tenements, 4 Marla Cheap Tenements, Shopping Centres and Mud hut Colonies, etc. set up by the State Reh. Deptt in Punjab Occupation and illegal constructions raised thereon.

Evacuee Land

54     

29/1/1982

Allotment of Wakf lands to displaced persons

Wakf Land

55     

16/4/1982

Regarding alternative allotment of land to unsatisfied claimants.

Evacuee Land

56     

26/4/1982

Regarding alternative allotment of land to unsatisfied claimants

Evacuee Land

57     

18/6/1982

Disposal of Shamlat Deh Lands in wholly or partially evacuee villages.

Evacuee Land

58     

3/2/1983

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee Agri. Land

Evacuee Land

59     

21/2/1983

Entertainment of applications for redemption of lands of local owners who had mortgaged their lands with Muslims before partition

 

60     

14/3/1983

Disposal of surplus evacuee agricultural land/properties.

Evacuee Land

61     

20/5/1983

Disposal of surplus Banjar and Ghairmumkin land.

Evacuee Land

62     

7/10/1983

Disposal of Shamlat Deh lands of wholly or partially evacuee villages.

Evacuee Land

63     

20/2/1984

Disposal of various types of government  land under the control of Revenue Department

Provincial Govt Land

64     

22/6/1984

Disposal of inferior evacuee land-Court decrees about correction of revenue record.

Inferior Evacuee Land

65     

4/9/1984

Disposal of various types of Govt. lands under the Control of Revenue Deptt

Provincial Govt Land

66     

5/11/1984

Winding up of Rehabilitation Deptt.

Urban Evacuee

67     

27/3/1985

Press Note- Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agricultural land on the basis of possession since Rabi 1984

Evacuee Land

68     

29/8/1985

Disposal of various types of Govt. land. – Approval of FCR for putting lands to auction

Provincial Govt Land

69     

10/3/1986

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agriculture land

Rural Evacuee

70     

25/7/1986

Modification in the policy with regard to disposal of rural agricultural lands which have subsequently become sub urban

Rural Agricultural Lands

71     

23/11/1987

Press Note - Disposal of Surplus Rural Evacuee Agricultural land on the basis of possession since Rabi 1984

Evacuee Land

72     

18/12/1987

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee houses/sites and urban evacuee land Urban evacuee land to be sold after carving out plots of 300 m size

Evacuee Land

73     

18/12/1987

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agri land

Evacuee Land

74     

8/1/1988

Allotment of land to displaced land claimants

Evacuee Land

75     

17/6/1988

Disposal of inferior evacuee land-Policy regarding (Rabi 1984)

Inferior Evacuee Land.

76     

29/7/1988

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee agricultural  land.

Evacuee Land

77     

29/7/1988

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee houses/sites and urban evacuee land

Evacuee Land

78     

22/8/1988

Disposal of inferior evacuee land-policy regarding

Inferior Evacuee Land

79     

17/2/1989

Disposal of urban evacuee land/properties by way of auction – Advertisements in press

Urban Evacuee

80     

10/3/1989

Sale by auction of Banjar & Ghairmumkin lands

Banjar & Ghair Mumkin

81     

20/4/1989

Alternative allotment of land to unsatisfied claimants/War Widows/ redemption cases etc.

Evacuee Land

82     

13/11/1990

Disposal of surplus rural/urban evacuee land/properties and plot, situated in Reh. Colonies-modification of policy reg.

Urban /Rural Evacuee.

83     

20/12/1990

Notification – Committee for fixation of reserve price for urban evacuee land/loss

Urban Evacuee Land

84     

3/1/1991

Transfer of rural evacuee land to un-authorised occupants.

Evacuee Land

85     

31/1/1991

Transfer of rural evacuee land to un-authorised occupants –recovery of rent

Evacuee Land

86     

18/3/1991

Transfer of urban/rural evacuee land/ properties to un-authorised occupants

Evacuee Land

87     

19/7/1991

Transfer of land on the basis of possession – clarification

Evacuee Land

88     

24/12/1993

Disposal of inferior evacuee land-Policy reg.

Inferior Evacuee Land

89     

10/3/1994

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee land-policy reg.

 Evacuee Land

90     

6/7/1994

Press Note - Transfer of Rural Evacuee Land in Punjab

Evacuee Land

91     

8/7/1994

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee land on the basis of possession from Kharif 1992 to unathorized occupants.

Evacuee Land

92     

28/10/1994

Disposal of surplus rural evacuee land

Evacuee Land

93     

15/5/1995

Disposal of rural evacuee lands by way of open/restricted auctions stay regarding.

Evacuee Land

94     

7/7/1995

Transfer of rural evacuee/inferior evacuee land to un-authorised occupants

Evacuee/Inferior Evacuee Land

95     

7/7/1995

Press Note Extending the date of inviting applications for transfer of rural evacuee/inferior evacuee land to 1/11/1995

Evacuee Land

96     

29/8/1995

Transfer of rural evacuee land to un-authorised occupants

Evacuee Land

97     

16/10/1995

Stay on the auction of rural evacuee Land

Rural Evacuee Land

98     

18/10/1995

Allotment of evacuee/inferior evacuee/ nazool/provincial government land/ surplus land

Evacuee Land

99     

8/10/1996

Allotment of sub-urban Land

Sub-Urban Land

100 

27/11/1996

Disposal of rural evacuee lands by way of open/restricted auctions

Evacuee Land

101 

25/2/1997

Transfer of land on the basis of possession

Evacuee Land

102 

17/4/1997

Policy regarding disposal of surplus rural evacuee and inferior evacuee land by transfer on the basis of continuous cultivating possession to its unauthorized occupants

Evacuee Land/ Inferior Evacuee Land

103 

11/7/97

Transfer of rural/inferior evacuee land to un authorised occupants–clarification

Rural/Inferior Evacuee Land

104 

13/5/1998

Transfer of rural/inferior evacuee land to un authorised occupants–clarification

Rural/Inferior Evacuee Land

105 

16/6/1998

Allotment of urban land

Urban Land

106 

24/12/1998

Transfer of surplus/inferior evacuee land to un authorised occupants–clarification

Evacuee Land

107 

23/08/2001

;afjoh ;oekoh iwhB T[Zs/ nDnfXekos epi/$T[;koh B{z fB:fws eoBk.

Urban Evacuee Land

108 

29/08/2001

;oekoh iwhBK d/ nbkNhnK tb'A fe;asK GoB d/ ;w/ ftu tkXk eoB pko/.

Urban Evacuee Land

109 

23/10/2001

;oekoh iawhBK d/ nbkNhnK tb'A fe;asK GoB d/ ;w/ ftu tkXk eoB pko/

Rural/Inferior Evacuee Land

110 

21/12/2001

g/v{ fBek;h G" d/ nD-nfXekos ekpiekoK B{z ;pzXs G" T[BQK d/ jZe ftu s[[pdhb eokT[D bJh fJZe j'o w"ek d/D pko/.

Rural/Inferior Evacuee Land

111 

02/01/2002

;afjoh ;oekoh iawhB T[Zs/ nD-nfXekos epia/$T[;koh B{z fB:ws eoB pko/.

Urban Evacuee Land

112 

04/01/2002

;afjoh ;oekoh iawhB T[Zs/ nD-nfXekos epia/$T[;koh B{z fB:fws eoB pko/.

Urban Evacuee Land

 

 


21/4/1961

Punjab Government

Department of Rehabilitation

 

To

 

1.      All the Deputy Commissioners in the State.

2.      The land Claims Officer, Jullundur.

 

No. RI(126)12894-912 Reh(R), dated Jullundur, the 21st April, 1961.

                                                                                      --­

Subject:            Allotment of superior grade land to the inferior grade claimants.

 

Memorandum

 

1.              It has come to notice that in Punjab and in the districts of erstwhile Pepsu, allotments of rural evacuee agricultural lands had been irrespective of the grade, thereby accommodating inferior grade claimants in substantially superior grade villages. A question has arisen whether such erroneous allotments made in disregard of the Scheme of Grading should be reviewed at this stage or not.

 

2.         It is presumed that some allottees might have made appreciable improvements in such lands and, keeping in view their long possession and consequent hardship likely to be caused to them if their allotments are disturbed, it has been decided by the Government that all rural allotments made in the past in disregard of the Scheme of Grading should not be opened at this late stage. However, cases in which the allotments of inferior grade claimants in superior grade villages have been contested or have come to the notice of the department and action on them is pending, will not come under the category. Such allotments shall be regularized by changing additional premium from the allottees in the manner indicated below, if they are desirous to keep such allotments, otherwise their allotments should be cancelled and they may be given alternative allotments in their appropriate grades.

 

3.         It has also been decided that in future, if any inferior grade claimant is keen to get allotment in 'A' grade village, he should be accommodated after charging him the following premium and provided there is no better grade claimant for that particular area:­

(i)                      II grade claimant                                  ..20 per cent

(ii)                    III grade claimant                                ..30 per cent

            (iii)                   IV grade claimant                                ..50 per cent

 

4.         According to the principles enumerated in the Land Resettlement Manual, a III (third) grade claimant can be fitted in all (2nd) grade village and, similarly, a IV (forth) grade claimant can be accommodated in a Ill (third) grade village, if there is no better claimant for such areas, without imposition of any additional premium. This rule should be followed even now.

 

5.         In case a IV grade claimant wants land in a 2nd grade village and there is no better grade claimant for that land allotment may be made to him on imposition of 40 per cent premium. Similarly, when an inferior grade claimant asks for allotment in a suburban village having no additional premium, he shall have to pay the necessary premium according to the above scale in order to bring his claim at par with a first grade claimant and no further premium should be charged from him

Six spare copies of this letter are sent herewith for communication to the Tehsildars in your district/staff working under you.

 

RSPHOOLKA

                        Rehabilitation Department.

 

 


29/8/1961

 

From

                   Shri OG Adya

                   Under Secretary to Government Punjab

                   Revenue Department.

To

                   All the Deputy Commissioner in Punjab State

(Except Simla)

 

Memo No. 841-JN(IV)-61/3699 Chandigarh dated 29 August 1961.

 

Subject:            Disposal of inferior land purchased by the Punjab Government from the Central Ministry of Rehabilitation.

 

Reference:        Correspondence resting with Punjab Government No. 5423-JN(IV)6147-64, dated 16th June 1961.

 

                        The Governor of Punjab is pleased to make following orders in this connection.

 

(1)        Land within 10 miles of border Rai Sikhs: The inferior evacuee land of villages within 10 miles of the Indo Pakistan Border will be utilized for the purposes of allotment to those who have to be given land under the “Indo-Pakistan Border Agreement”. If any land remains after the resettlement of the Indian Oustees, it may be utilized by resettling the Rai Sikhs of Ferozepur District and suitable persons of border areas Gurdaspur, Ferozepur and Amritsar districts and ex-servicemen.

 

(2)        A colony for ex-servicemen may be established if land about 1000 acres at two places is found.

 

(3)        A colony for graduates in Agriculture on a Cooperative basis may be established in Karnal District where about 500 acre of land is available.

 

(4)        Lease to SC/BC/Landless/Ex-servicemen:  50 %  of the remaining land will be allotted to Harijans of the villages and the rest to other less persons and the members of the Backward Classes and Indian Christians of the villages and ex-servicemen on the following terms :

      

If there are more claimants than the land available the names of the claimants be drawn by lottery in the presence of an advisory Committee to be framed by the Deputy Commissioner and selection will be made accordingly :

 

(a)                The land will be leased by the Deputy Commissioner at the rate of 12.5 acres per family for 10 years in the first instance.

 

(b)               The lessee will not be required to pay any lease money, land revenue for other cases in the first five years, but the lease money for the Banjar Land will, however, be recovered at the rate of rupees one per acre per year. If canal irrigation has been extended than Abiana will be leviable. After the expiry of that period, the lessee will be course, be required to pay the land revenue and other cases.

 

(c)                After the period of five years the lessee shall have the option to purchase the land at the rate of Rs. 40/- per acre of Banjar and Rs. 25/- per acre of Ghairmumkin land. The lease money recovered from him shall be deducted from the sale price and the net amount due shall be payable either in lump sum or in four equal annual instalments.

 

(d)               If the lessee does not want to purchase the land he shall deliver vacant possession of the land leased to him and will not be entitled to any compensation for the improvements made thereon.

 

(e)                The lessee shall bring under cultivation or proper use 1/4th of the land in the first three years of the lease and the remaining 3/4th of the land in the next two years.

 

(f)                 The cultivated area or the area put to proper use shall not be reduced to less than one half in any case after the fifth year.

 

(g)                Any breach of conditions for the reasons beyond the control of the lessee can be condoned by the authority prescribed by the Government in this behalf.

 

(h)                In case a lessee dies during the period of the lease, his successors will be given the land on the same conditions.

 

(i)                  For any particular area, any special condition or set of conditions can be prescribed by Government.

 

(j)                 In case of dispute between lessee and the Collector, regarding any condition of the lease or the rights of the government, the dispute shall be referred to the Commissioner of the Division for decision. An appeal against the order of the Commissioner by the allottee shall lie to the State Government, whose decision shall be final.

 

(For Deputy Commissioner, Karnal)

 

       He will please send his proposal for establishment of an ex-servicemen colony and colony for graduates in Agriculture with an area of 1000 acres at two places and 500 acres respectively.

Sd/- OG Adya                                                             Under Secretary, Revenue – II

 


26/12/1961

Punjab Government

Department of Rehabilitation

 

To

 

The Land Claims Officer,

Displaced Persons Land Records,

Organization, Jullundur.

 

No RI(131)40088-912 Reh(R), dated Jullundur, the 26th  Dec. 1961.

 

Sub:     Allotment of rural land to urban claimants.

 

Memorandum

            Reference this Department Memorandum No. RI/40773 dated the 27th September, 1960 and No. 162(2)RII/26631 dated the 17th August, 1961 on the subject cited above.

 

(2)        Some displaced persons who owned urban agricultural land in West Pakistan and were erroneously allotted rural lands in Punjab, in lieu thereof have approached the Govt. of India to condone the delay in filling the Rehabilitation Grant Application in respect of the urban land were such erronsly allotments were cancelled by us. The Govt. of India have therefore reconsidered the position and it has been decided that in pending cases the rural allotment already made in lieu of the urban land should not be cancelled but regularized. If the claimant has not filed compensation application or Rehabilitation Grant Application in respect of the urban land the price of the rural land may be recovered from him in cash provided he volunteers to make payment as such. Where the allottee insists that the price of the rural land should be adjusted against the compensation due to him on his verified claim or Rehabilitation Grant Application, such adjustment should be allowed.

 

(3)        Cases which have already been decided by the MO’s shall not be referred. The persons affected, who have not already got claims or Rehabilitation Grant Application verified for the urban agricultural land left in Pakistan, will be entitled to file Rehabilitation Grant Application now, to the Chief Settlement Commissioner, Govt. of India.

 

(4)        These instructions may please be brought to the notice all concerned and should be strictly followed.

 

Sd/-

Deputy Secretary to Govt. Punjab,

Rehabilitation Department

 


11/5/1962

From                                                                                       

CD Malik PCS

Under Secretary to Government, Punjab

 Revenue Department

To

The Deputy Commissioner

Ferozepur/ Amritsar/Gurdaspur

 

Memo No,3355-JN (IV)-62/2330 Chandigarh dated 11th May, 1962

 

Sub:-    Disposal of evacuee agricultural lands situated within five miles of Indo-Pak    Border  Punjab Government Endst, No,2984-JN(N)-61/2666 dated 6th April 1961

 

1.         Government have decided to dispose of the evacuee agricultural lands situated within 5 miles of Indo-Pak Border which were purchased by them in April, 1961 in the manner prescribed below. The details of this land have already been supplied to you with the endorsement referred to above.

 

2.         Maximum land that can be leased out : The land should be leased out at the rate of 10 acres of Banjar land per family of Rai Sikhs and Ex-Servicemen in Ferozepur, Amritsar and Gurdaspur Districts. -who are landless but actual tillers of the soil. Small landowners owing less than 10 acres should be allotted so much area as to make their holding up to 10 acres. The claims of the sitting tenants (authorized or unauthorized) before Rabi 1964 who have made the land cultivable with their efforts, should also be considered and they should be given preference if found eligible for allotment of the land. The lands consist of cultivable, banjar and ghairmumkin lands. Accordingly it has been decided that 2 acres of ghairmumkin land should be treated equal to one acre of Banjar land, and two acres of banjar land, equal to one acre of cultivable land for the purpose of lease.

 

3.         Committee for leasing out lands : The land should be leased out by a Committee consisting of the following:­

 

(i)         Deputy Commissioner of the District                 Chairman

(ii)        Local Mahal Tehsildar                                      Member

(iii)       Representative of the Police Department                       Member

(iv)       Representative of Govt. of India, Ministry of Defence    Member

 

The antecedents of the persons to whom the land is proposed to be leased out will be verified by the Police Department.

 

4.         Option to purchase the land : The land should be leased out for 10 years in the first instance. After a period of 5 years, however, the lessee shall have the option to purchase the land at the following rates :­

 

Rs.l00/-per acre for irrigated/cultivated land :

Rs. 75/-per acre for un-irrigated cultivable lands ;

Rs.40/-per acre for banjar land, and ;

Rs.25/-per acre for Ghair-Mumkin land.

 

The lease money recovered from them shall be deducted  from the sale price and the net amount shall be payable in lump sum or in five annual instalments .

 

5.         Amount to be paid by the lessee: (a) The lessee will not be required to pay any lease money or land revenue or other cesses  in the first 5 years in  respect of-the Ghairmumkin lands. However, lease money at the rate of Rs. 1/-per acre in respect of banjar land will he charged.  If canal irrigation has been extended Abiana will be leviable, after the expiry of five year the lessees will be required to pay land revenue and other cesses.

 

(b)        The lessees in respect of the un-irrigated culturable lands will be required to pay land revenue & other cesses, while in respect of irrigated cultivable lands, will be required to pay Rs. 1/-per acre lease money plus land revenue and other cesses.

 

 

 

6.         Delivery of Possession:  If a lessee does not want to purchase the land, he shall deliver vacant possession of the land leased to him and will not be entitled to any compensation for the improvements made thereon.

 

7.         Land to be brought under cultivation :          The lessee shall bring under cultivation or proper use 1/4th of the land in the first 3 years of the lease, and the remaining 3/4th in the next 2 years.

 

8.         The cultivated area or the area put to proper use can  be reduced to less than 1/2 in any case after the 5th  year .

 

9.         Condonation of breach of conditions : Any breach of the conditions at Nos (6) and (7) for reasons beyond the control of the lessees can be condoned by the authority prescribed by the Govt. in this behalf

 

10.       Death of Lessee : In case a lessees dies during the period of the lease his successor/s will be given the land on the same term and conditions.

 

11.       For any particular area, any special condition or set of conditions can be prescribed by the Government.

 

12.       Appeal : In case of a dispute between the lessees and the Collector regarding any condition of the lease or the right of the Government, the dispute shall be referred to the Commissioner of the Division for decision. An appeal against the order of the Commissioner by the allottee shall lie to the State Government whose decision shall be final.

Action in the matter may please be taken immediately formalities in this connection should be completed expeditiously as to enable you to put the lessee in possession before the 15th June, 1962.

Sd/­

                                                                        GD Malik

                                                                   Under Secretary, Revenue(II)

 

 

Contents         Next