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Title : THE CATTLE-TRESPASS ACT, 1871

Year : 1871

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CHAPTER III

IMPOUNDING CATTLE


10.Cattle damaging land.


10. Cattle damaging land. The cultivator or occupier of any land,

or any person who has advanced cash for the cultivation of the crop or produce on any land,

or the vendee or mortgagee of such crop or produce or any part thereof,

may seize or cause to be seized any cattle trespassing on such land, and doing damage thereto or to any crop or produce thereon, and
1*[send them or cause them to be sent within twenty-four hours] to the pound established for the village in which the land is situate.

Police to aid seizures.

All officers of police shall, when required, aid in preventing
(a) resistance to such seizures, and (b) rescues from persons making such seizures.


11.Cattle damaging public roads, canals and embankments.


2* 11. Cattle damaging public roads, canals and embankments.
Persons in charge of public roads, pleasure-grounds, plantations, canals, drainage-works, embankments and the like and officers of police, may seize or cause to be seized any cattle doing damage to such roads, grounds, plantations, canals, drainage-works, embankments and the like, or the sides or slopes of such roads, canals, drainage-works or embankments or found straying thereon,

and shall 3*[send them or cause them to be sent within twenty-
four hours] to the nearest pound.


12.Fines for cattle impounded.


4*[12. Fines for cattle impounded. For every head of cattle impounded as aforesaid, the pound-keepers shall levy a fine in accordance with the scale for the time being prescribed by the State
Government in this behalf by notification in the Official Gazette.
Different scales may be prescribed for different local areas.
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1 Subs. by Act 1 of 1891, s. 3, for "take them or cause them to be taken without unnecessary delay".
2 As to the application of s. 11 to forests, see the Indian Forest
Act, 1927 (17 of 1927), s. 70; to railways, see the Indian Railways
Act, 1890 (9 of 1890), s. 125 (4).
3 Subs. by Act 1 of 1891, s. 4, for "take them without unnecessary delay".
4 Subs. by Act 17 of 1921, s. 2, for the original s. 12. See s. 71.of the Indian Forest Act, 1927 (17 of 1927) under which the State
Government may fix a different scale of fines for cattle impounded under s. 70 of that Act.

10.All fines so levied shall be sent to the Magistrate of the
District through such officer as the State Government may direct.

List of fines and charges for feeding.

A list of the fines and of the rates of charge for feeding and watering cattle shall be posted in a conspicuous place on or near to every pound.]

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