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Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Uttar Pradesh (India). OCLC Number: Notes: Caption title. "Authoritative English text of the Uttar Pradesh Jot Chakbandi Adhiniyam, "- . (2) Where any area is under consolidation operations, the duty of preparing and maintaining the map, the field book and the annual registers under Chapter VII of the Rajasthan Land Revenue Act, (Rajasthan Act 15 of ) shall stand transferred to the consolidation officer.]. These documents are UP Consolidation of Holdings Act, UP Consolidation of Holdings Rules , and Consolidation Manual Third Edition prepared by the UP Consolidation Department. GIS and Soft Computing Based Land Consolidation System for Cited by: 3. 2 &3 ELIZ. 2 Dover Harbour Consolidation Ch. iy Act, An Act to consolidate the Dover Harbour Acts to and certain provisions of the Harbours and Passing Tolls &c. Act [14th April, ] W HEREAS the Dover Harbour Board (hereinafter referred to as "the Board ") were constituted and incorporated by the Harbours and Passing Tolls &c. Act and by.
Chapter I. 1. Short title. - These Rules shall be called the Uttar Pradesh Consolidation of Holdings Rules, 2. Extent and commencement. - They shall come into force in the areas in which, and from the date on which, the Uttar Pradesh Consolidation of Holdings Act. U.P Consolidation of Holdings Act, (U.P. Act No. 5 of ) UP (As Amended upto date) Received the assent of the President on and was published in the U.P. Gazette, Extraordinary, dated An Act to provide for the consolidation of agricultural holdings in Uttar Pradesh for the development of agriculture. Preamble. The Landlord and Tenant Act is highly technical and this article should be treated as a guide only. It is a summary of the more important aspects of the Act and necessarily simplifies some of the Act's provisions. Legal advice should always be sought in connection with any specific matter. Reduction of land revenue on account of contribution of land for public purpose B. Compensation for land contributed by tenure- holders for public purposes C. Vesting of land contributed for purposes Consequences which shall ensue on exchange of possession [Deleted] Power to transfer holdings Costs.
Land acquisition is the power of the union or a state government in India to acquire private land for the purpose of industrialisation, development of infrastructural facilities or urbanisation of the private land, and to compensate the affected land owners for their rehabilitation and resettlement.. Laws that govern land acquisition include the Indian Tramways Act, , the Damodar Valley. The present Act lays down provisions relating to land consolidation. Article 1 establishes that to improve production, working conditions in agriculture and forestry, as well as to improve general land use planning and land development, owned land may be consolidated. This is executed by means of official procedures within a certain area with the participation of the totality of land owners. In Bantustan. Bantustans were rooted in Land Acts promulgated in and , which defined a number of scattered areas as “native reserves” for blacks. Some expansion, consolidation, and relocation of these areas occurred in the following decades. By the s the combined areas of the reserves amounted to 13 percent. The present Ordinance implements various articles of the Federal Land Consolidation Act in its consolidated version of 16 March (BGBl. I p. ). The Ordinance establishes the competent authorities responsible for the efficient enforcement of the above-mentioned Federal Act. The text consists of 6 articles.