This Law provides for the protection and use of pastures for cattle grazing.The Law identifies two kinds of pasture: specific pasture which exists within the boundaries of villages or towns; and communal pasture which is arid land and does not fall within the bounds of villages and towns. The right to use specific pasture may not be bought or sold, and it shall be forbidden to sell or lease it for expansion of agricultural activities.
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Library ResourceLegislationMarch, 2000Afghanistan
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesMarch, 1962India
Report presents the Act of 1961 and its ammendemnets in the sucessive years.
The Bill has been prepared with a view to introducing a common law relating to tenancy and other allied matters throughout the new State of Mysore in replacement of the following Acts which are in force in the several areas:—
1. The Bombay Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1948, as in force in the Bombay Area;
2. The Hyderabad Tenancy and Agricultural Lands Act, 1950, as in force in the Hyderabad Area;
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesJune, 2010India
An Act to provide for the establishment of a National Green Tribunal for the effective and expeditious disposal of cases relating to environmental protection and conservation of forests and other natural resources including enforcement of any legal right relating to environment and giving relief and compensation for damages to persons and property and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesSeptember, 1982India
This Act is meant mainly to arrest and curb the unlawful activity of grabbing Government land, a local authority, a religious or Charitable Institution or Endowment including Wakf or any other private property, either individually or in groups either by force or decrepit or otherwise.
Library ResourceJurisprudenceJanuary, 2011India
This is a judgment of Supreme Court of India to check grabbing of village common land including ponds and water bodies (called in different names) by unscrupulous persons, political clout, powerful vested interests, corrupt state authorities, etc by fraudulent practices and ensure their protection and safeguard.
Library ResourceLegislationJuly, 1943Bangladesh
Two separate compilations, “Training Material on West Bengal Financial Rules and Office Procedure” & “Training Material on West Bengal Service Rules” were published. These proved to be extremely useful and generated widespread demand for more copies. This document to put together rules, procedures, practices and executive orders laid down and released from time to time by the Government for running offices at the districts. It will be published shortly as another Monograph under the title, “Collectorate Manual”.
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesJuly, 1954Bangladesh
The East Bengal State Acquisition and Tenancy Act of 1950 (also known as the East Pakistan Estate Acquisition Act 1950) was a law passed by the newly formed democratic Government of East Bengal in the Dominion of Pakistan (present day Bangladesh). The bill was drafted on 31 March 1948 during the early years of Pakistan and passed on 16 May 1951. Before passage of the legislature, landed revenue laws of Bengal consisted of the Permanent Settlement Regulations of 1793 and the Bengal Tenancy Act of 1885.
Library ResourceLegislationBangladesh, Asia, Southern Asia
The aim of this Act, consisting of 6 Parts, is to define and identificate the following land characteristics, specifying: the determination of the extent of erosion along the banks of rivers or the extent of accretion, reformation or new formation due to fluvial action of any river, the better security of landed property and the prevention of encroachments and disputes, to provide for the survey of lands and for the establishment and maintenance of marks to distinguish land boundaries.
Library ResourceLegislationBhutan, Asia, Southern Asia
The present Act provides for the management, regulation and administration of the ownership and use of land for socio-economic development and environmental well-being of the country through efficient and effective land administration, security of land tenure, equal opportunity to land, facilitation of operation of land market, effective use of land resources and conservation of the ecosystem.
Library ResourceLegislationIndia, Asia, Southern Asia
The purpose of this Act is to recognize forest rights to tribal communities who have been occupying the land before the forest laws were put into force.Scheduled Tribes residing in forests shall be entitled to the land currently occupied which may be allocated in all forests including National Parks and Sanctuaries.The Act grants forest rights to Scheduled Tribes and other traditional forest dwellers including: right to live in the forest land for habitation or for self-cultivation for livelihood; right of ownership, access to collect, use, and dispose of minor forest produce; right to use
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