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THE OUDH LAWS ACT, 1876

Title : THE OUDH LAWS ACT, 1876

Year : 1876



CHAPTER VI

MISCELLANEOUS

Honorary Civil Jurisdiction


43.Power to invest taluqdars with civil jurisdiction.


43. [Power to invest taluqdars with civil jurisdiction.] Rep. by the Oudh Civil Courts Acts, 1879 (13 of 1879.)

Honorary police-officers


44.Honorary police-officers.


44. Honorary police-officers. The State Government may, from time to time, confer on any person whom it thinks fit any power which may be exercised by a police-officer under any Act for the time being in force, and withdraw any power so conferred.

Creation and alteration of districts and sub-divisions


45.Power to create new districts. Power to form sub-divisions ofdistricts.


45. [Power to create new districts. Power to form sub-divisions of districts.] Rep. by the United Provinces Act, 1890 (20 of 1890), s.
35.SCHE

Rep. by the Repealing Act


THE FIRST SCHEDULE.--Rep. by the Repealing Act, 1938 (1 of 1938), s. and Sch.


SCHE

BENGAL REGULATIONS


THE SECOND SCHEDULE

(See section 3)

PART 1.--BENGAL REGULATIONS

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Number and year Subject Modifications
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XXIII of 1803 . Embezzlement by In section 1 and in section 2, Native Officers. clause First, before
"sezawals," insert
"tahsildars".

In section 2, after the first clause, insert "Second.--The responsibility of the sureties of tahsildars extends to the several cases provided for in this Regulation."
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68.In section 3, for "Dewanny
Adawlut of the Zillah, the
Judge of which Court shall detain him," read "District where he shall be detained;"
for "real or personal," read
"movable or immovable;" 1***
and omit the words and figures "and the rules in Regulation XXVIII,
1803, regarding suits so carried on by the
Collectors are to be held applicable to it." 2*.

Omit section 8.3* X of 1804 . Punishment by Omit section 1.Courts-martial of In section 2, for "the British certain State territories subject to the offences. Government of the Presidency of Fort William" read "the territories under the administration of the Chief
Commissioner of Oudh".
In section 3, for "real and personal" read "movable or immovable".

XI of 1806 . Assistance to troops Omit sections 1, 7, 9 to 20.and travellers (both inclusive), and so passing through much of the rest of the districts. Regulation as authorizes
Collectors and their Native officers, or Magistrates and their police-officers, to give their official aid in procuring coolies for the purpose of facilitating the march of troops or the pro-
gress of travellers.
For "Collectors of Revenue" and
"Collector" read "Deputy
Commissioner" throughout the
Regulation.
In sections 2 and 3, for "the
Companys territories" read
"Oudh".
In section 2, omit the last sentence.
In section 4, clause Third, for
"Central Government" read
"State Government".
In section 5, omit "the
Companys;" 4***.
In section 6, for "Magistrate"
read "Deputy Commissioner,"
and for "on the part of the
Collector" read "by the
Deputy Commissioner".
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1. The words "for city read jurisdiction" were rep. by Act 12 of
1891; and the words "for Board of Revenue read Chief Commissioner"
were rep. by Act 20 of 1890, s. 35.2. The words "In section 4, omit the words or in either of the cities of Patna, Dacca and Moorshedabad" were rep. by Act 12 of 1891.3. Rep. by Act 4 of 1922, s. 3 and Sch.
4. The words "and for Board of Revenue read Chief Commissioner"
were rep. by Act 20 of 1890, s. 35.69.In section 8, for "the
Companys provinces" read
"Oudh" 1***.

2* * * * *

3* III of 1818 State Prisoners In section 1, omit "situated within the territories dependent on the Presidency of Fort William," and from
"which are to take effect" to the end of the section.
In section 2, clause Third, omit "within the territ-
ories subject to the
Presidency of
Fort William".
In section 4, omit clause
First.
In the same section, clause
Second, for "Zillah or City
Magistrate" read "Deputy
Commissioner," and for "Judge of Circuit" read
"Commissioner of Division".
In section 9, for "to the
Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit and to the Sudder
Dewanny Adawlut and Nizamut
Adawlut" read "and to the
Judicial Commissioner".
Omit section 10.4* * * * *

XI of 1822 . Non-liability of Omit the whole except section
Government for 38.errors of a Court of Justice.

VI of 1825 . Supply of troops In the preamble, omit the last on the march. twenty words.
In section 2, omit "in pursuance of section III
Regulation XI, 1806," and omit "sicca".
In section 4, for "Board of
Revenue in whose jurisdiction the district may be situate"
and "Board" read
"Commissioner".
In section 5, omit "on the stamped paper prescribed for other appeals to the Revenue
Boards" and for "the proper
Board" and "the Board" read
"the Commissioner".
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1. The words and figures "and omit the words and figures `(under the rules prescribed by Regulation 5 of 1804), and `in Regulation 27 of
1803" were rep. by Act 12 of 1891.2. The entries relating to Bengal Regulations 17 of 1806, 20 of 1810.and 5 of 1817 were rep. by Acts 4 of 1882, 13 of 1889 and 6 of 1878, respectively.
3. This Regulation was rep. by Act 48 of 1952, s. 2 and Sch. I.
4. The entry relating to Bengal Regulation 6 of 1819 was rep. by Act
12 of 1891.70

XI of 1825 . Alluvion and Omit section 1.Diluvion
In section 3, omit "either" and
"or the sea".
In section 4, clause First, omit
"whether" and "or of the sea," and for "the provis-
ions of Regulation II,
1819, or of any other
Regulation in force,"
read "any law in force for the time being;" clause
Third, omit "or in the sea"
and "or sea;" clause Fifth, omit "or the sea".
In section 5, for "Zillah and
City Magistrates" read Deputy
Commissioners".

1* * * * *

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PART II.--ACTS OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL IN COUNCIL
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2* * * * *

3* XX of 1856 . Chaukidars . . In the preamble, after "Bengal"
add "and the territories under the administration of the Chief Commissioner of
Oudh".
Omit the words "of circuit"
wherever they occur after
"Commissioner".
Omit section 40.

XIII of 1857 . Opium . . . In the title, after "the
Presidency of Fort William in
Bengal," read "and the territories under the administration of the Chief
Commissioner of oudh". 4*.
In section 3, omit "being covenanted servants of the
Company".

5* * * * *

6* XXII of 1871. Chaukidars . . In section 1, after
"Presidency" insert
"or territories".
In section 3, omit the words
"of circuit".
Omit section 6.---------------------------------------------------------------------
1. The entry relating to Bengal Regulation 20 of 1825 was rep. by
Act 10 of 1882.2. The entry relating to Act 19 of 1853 was rep. by Act 1 of 1903.3. Act 20 of 1856 has been repealed in the U. P. by the U. P. Town
Areas Act, 1914 (U. P. 2 of 1914).
4. The modification relating to s. 2 was rep. by Act 12 of 1891.5. The entry relating to the Minors Act, 1858 (40 of 1858), was rep.
by Act 8 of 1890.
6. Act 22 of 1871 was rep. in the U. P. by the U.P. Act 18 of
1919 and generally by Act 1 of 1938. 

Last updated on May, 2015
Title : THE OUDH LAWS ACT, 1876

Year : 1876



CHAPTER VI

MISCELLANEOUS

Honorary Civil Jurisdiction


43.Power to invest taluqdars with civil jurisdiction.


43. [Power to invest taluqdars with civil jurisdiction.] Rep. by the Oudh Civil Courts Acts, 1879 (13 of 1879.)

Honorary police-officers


44.Honorary police-officers.


44. Honorary police-officers. The State Government may, from time to time, confer on any person whom it thinks fit any power which may be exercised by a police-officer under any Act for the time being in force, and withdraw any power so conferred.

Creation and alteration of districts and sub-divisions


45.Power to create new districts. Power to form sub-divisions ofdistricts.


45. [Power to create new districts. Power to form sub-divisions of districts.] Rep. by the United Provinces Act, 1890 (20 of 1890), s.
35.SCHE

Rep. by the Repealing Act


THE FIRST SCHEDULE.--Rep. by the Repealing Act, 1938 (1 of 1938), s. and Sch.


SCHE

BENGAL REGULATIONS


THE SECOND SCHEDULE

(See section 3)

PART 1.--BENGAL REGULATIONS

---------------------------------------------------------------------
Number and year Subject Modifications
---------------------------------------------------------------------
XXIII of 1803 . Embezzlement by In section 1 and in section 2, Native Officers. clause First, before
"sezawals," insert
"tahsildars".

In section 2, after the first clause, insert "Second.--The responsibility of the sureties of tahsildars extends to the several cases provided for in this Regulation."
---------------------------------------------------------------------

68.In section 3, for "Dewanny
Adawlut of the Zillah, the
Judge of which Court shall detain him," read "District where he shall be detained;"
for "real or personal," read
"movable or immovable;" 1***
and omit the words and figures "and the rules in Regulation XXVIII,
1803, regarding suits so carried on by the
Collectors are to be held applicable to it." 2*.

Omit section 8.3* X of 1804 . Punishment by Omit section 1.Courts-martial of In section 2, for "the British certain State territories subject to the offences. Government of the Presidency of Fort William" read "the territories under the administration of the Chief
Commissioner of Oudh".
In section 3, for "real and personal" read "movable or immovable".

XI of 1806 . Assistance to troops Omit sections 1, 7, 9 to 20.and travellers (both inclusive), and so passing through much of the rest of the districts. Regulation as authorizes
Collectors and their Native officers, or Magistrates and their police-officers, to give their official aid in procuring coolies for the purpose of facilitating the march of troops or the pro-
gress of travellers.
For "Collectors of Revenue" and
"Collector" read "Deputy
Commissioner" throughout the
Regulation.
In sections 2 and 3, for "the
Companys territories" read
"Oudh".
In section 2, omit the last sentence.
In section 4, clause Third, for
"Central Government" read
"State Government".
In section 5, omit "the
Companys;" 4***.
In section 6, for "Magistrate"
read "Deputy Commissioner,"
and for "on the part of the
Collector" read "by the
Deputy Commissioner".
---------------------------------------------------------------------
1. The words "for city read jurisdiction" were rep. by Act 12 of
1891; and the words "for Board of Revenue read Chief Commissioner"
were rep. by Act 20 of 1890, s. 35.2. The words "In section 4, omit the words or in either of the cities of Patna, Dacca and Moorshedabad" were rep. by Act 12 of 1891.3. Rep. by Act 4 of 1922, s. 3 and Sch.
4. The words "and for Board of Revenue read Chief Commissioner"
were rep. by Act 20 of 1890, s. 35.69.In section 8, for "the
Companys provinces" read
"Oudh" 1***.

2* * * * *

3* III of 1818 State Prisoners In section 1, omit "situated within the territories dependent on the Presidency of Fort William," and from
"which are to take effect" to the end of the section.
In section 2, clause Third, omit "within the territ-
ories subject to the
Presidency of
Fort William".
In section 4, omit clause
First.
In the same section, clause
Second, for "Zillah or City
Magistrate" read "Deputy
Commissioner," and for "Judge of Circuit" read
"Commissioner of Division".
In section 9, for "to the
Provincial Court of Appeal and Circuit and to the Sudder
Dewanny Adawlut and Nizamut
Adawlut" read "and to the
Judicial Commissioner".
Omit section 10.4* * * * *

XI of 1822 . Non-liability of Omit the whole except section
Government for 38.errors of a Court of Justice.

VI of 1825 . Supply of troops In the preamble, omit the last on the march. twenty words.
In section 2, omit "in pursuance of section III
Regulation XI, 1806," and omit "sicca".
In section 4, for "Board of
Revenue in whose jurisdiction the district may be situate"
and "Board" read
"Commissioner".
In section 5, omit "on the stamped paper prescribed for other appeals to the Revenue
Boards" and for "the proper
Board" and "the Board" read
"the Commissioner".
---------------------------------------------------------------------
1. The words and figures "and omit the words and figures `(under the rules prescribed by Regulation 5 of 1804), and `in Regulation 27 of
1803" were rep. by Act 12 of 1891.2. The entries relating to Bengal Regulations 17 of 1806, 20 of 1810.and 5 of 1817 were rep. by Acts 4 of 1882, 13 of 1889 and 6 of 1878, respectively.
3. This Regulation was rep. by Act 48 of 1952, s. 2 and Sch. I.
4. The entry relating to Bengal Regulation 6 of 1819 was rep. by Act
12 of 1891.70

XI of 1825 . Alluvion and Omit section 1.Diluvion
In section 3, omit "either" and
"or the sea".
In section 4, clause First, omit
"whether" and "or of the sea," and for "the provis-
ions of Regulation II,
1819, or of any other
Regulation in force,"
read "any law in force for the time being;" clause
Third, omit "or in the sea"
and "or sea;" clause Fifth, omit "or the sea".
In section 5, for "Zillah and
City Magistrates" read Deputy
Commissioners".

1* * * * *

---------------------------------------------------------------------
PART II.--ACTS OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL IN COUNCIL
---------------------------------------------------------------------

2* * * * *

3* XX of 1856 . Chaukidars . . In the preamble, after "Bengal"
add "and the territories under the administration of the Chief Commissioner of
Oudh".
Omit the words "of circuit"
wherever they occur after
"Commissioner".
Omit section 40.

XIII of 1857 . Opium . . . In the title, after "the
Presidency of Fort William in
Bengal," read "and the territories under the administration of the Chief
Commissioner of oudh". 4*.
In section 3, omit "being covenanted servants of the
Company".

5* * * * *

6* XXII of 1871. Chaukidars . . In section 1, after
"Presidency" insert
"or territories".
In section 3, omit the words
"of circuit".
Omit section 6.---------------------------------------------------------------------
1. The entry relating to Bengal Regulation 20 of 1825 was rep. by
Act 10 of 1882.2. The entry relating to Act 19 of 1853 was rep. by Act 1 of 1903.3. Act 20 of 1856 has been repealed in the U. P. by the U. P. Town
Areas Act, 1914 (U. P. 2 of 1914).
4. The modification relating to s. 2 was rep. by Act 12 of 1891.5. The entry relating to the Minors Act, 1858 (40 of 1858), was rep.
by Act 8 of 1890.
6. Act 22 of 1871 was rep. in the U. P. by the U.P. Act 18 of
1919 and generally by Act 1 of 1938. 

Last updated on May, 2015

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