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[DIVISION BENCH] East Punjab Holdings (Consolidation and Prevention of Fragmentation) Act, 1948, S.42–Revision–Opportunity of being heard–Once the petitioner had executed a valid Vakalatnama/Power of Attorney when the matter was pending before the Assistant Director, Consolidation then petitioners cannot claim that he was not heard before the impugned order-Petition dismissed.

By | December 30th, 2019|Revenue Cases|

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Security of Land Tenures—A tenant/lessee of agricultural land cannot be ordered to be evicted by way of suit for mandatory injunction

By | December 2nd, 2019|Revenue Cases|

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Village Common Land—Nature of Land—The judgment and decree on admission would not have binding effect and cannot be constructed against the revenue record

By | December 1st, 2019|Revenue Cases|

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Punjab Security of Land Tenures Act, 1953, S.14-A–Eviction–Nonpayment of Rent-In the event of a single default in payment of rent without justification, the tenant would be liable to be evicted

By | April 28th, 2018|Revenue Cases|

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Punjab Land Revenue Act, 1887, S.44–Revenue Records-The entries in jamabandi are not proof of        in respect of an irremovable property-Entries made by patwari in official record are only for the purpose of records and do not by itself prove the correctness of the same nor can statutory presumption be: drawn on the same, particularly, in the absence of corroborative evidence. 

By | April 21st, 2018|Revenue Cases|

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Evacuee Property—Occupant cannot claim allotment of land on the pleas that they were/are in its unauthorized occupation since the 1964 or prior thereto as original allottee failed to take possession of land allotted to them being  Displaced Person’.

By | April 19th, 2018|Revenue Cases|

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Punjab Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1955, S.7–Eviction—Non payment of rent—Extension of time—Once the statute prescribes a period for compliance of a particular act, the time cannot be extended unless there is a specific provision in the statute conferring such power on an authority.  

By | April 19th, 2018|Revenue Cases|

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Since the Gram Panchayat has lost its title qua the subject-land in favour of respondent and those orders have attained finality, the petitioners have no locus-standi or cause of action to challenge those orders as they had merely stepped into the shoes of the Gram Panchayat. 

By | April 18th, 2018|Revenue Cases|

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March 2018

East Punjab Utilization of Lands (Haryana Amendment) Act, 2014-Renewal of Lease-­Finding as to possession of petitioner and ownership that of HUDA confirmed-­Amendment act come into existence just two months prior to passing of order by appellant authority so might have skipped his attention

By | March 18th, 2018|Revenue Cases|

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Punjab Chowkidara Rules, R. 6 & R.7 -Appointment of Village watchman-Nomination by village headman and where there was more village headman, then the opinion of the majority was to prevail

By | March 12th, 2018|Revenue Cases|

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