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THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES AND OUDH ACT, 1890

Title : THE NORTH-WESTERN PROVINCES AND OUDH ACT, 1890

Year : 1890



All appeals pending when this Part comes into force. {That is, the 1st January, 1891.} from decrees or orders passed under the same Act shall be disposed of as if this Act had not been passed:

(Part II-Oudh.Part III.—The North-Western Provinces and ouch)

Provided
that the {Subs. by the A.O.1937 for "Chief Commissioner".} [State Government] may, by order, transfer to the District Judge any appeals then pending before the Commissioner or Collector in cases in which the appeal will, under the Oudh Rent Act, 22 of 1886, 1886. as amended by this Part, lie to the District Judge.



Act 1 of 1938 and s.56 b.y Act 12 of 1891.} {SS.55 to 60 amended Act 22 of 1886 and s.61 amended Act 9 of 1881. Ss.55 and 57 to 61 were rep. by



This part shall come into force on such day {Ist January, 1891, see the North-Western Provinces and Oudh Gazettee, 1860, Pt.I, p.661.}as the Lieutenant Governor of the North-Western Provinces and Chief Commissioner of Oudh may, by notification in the Official Gazette, direct.



(1) Notwithstanding anything {Section 63, so far as it relates to Act 12 of 1881 that is the words " in s.152 of the North-Western Provinces Rent Act, 1881, or " were rep. by the Agra Tenancy Act, 1901 (U.P.2 of 1901).} in section 128 of the Oudh Rent Act, 1886, the Board of Revenue of the North-Western rah Provinces and Oudh shall, for the disposal of cases under those Acts, sit in such place or places in the North-Western Provinces or Oudh as {Subs, by the A.O.1937 for "the said Lieutenant-Governor and Chief Commissioner".} [the State Government] may, by notification in the Official Gazette, {For notification declaring that the Board of Revenue may sit at the headquarters of any district of the United Provinces, see U.P.Local Rules and Orders.}appoint in respect to cases under either of those Acts.

(2) For the disposal of cases other than those referred to in subsection (1) the said Board may, subject to the orders of {For notification declaring that the Board of Revenue may sit at the headquarters of any district of the United Provinces, see U.P. Local Rules and Orders.} [the State Government], sit in any place in the North-Western Provinces or Oudh that the Board thinks fit.




[Amendment of section 4, Act 19 of 1873.] Rep. by the United Provinces Land-revenue Act, 1901 (U.P.Act 3 of 1901).
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