[REGULATION III, 1889.] (13th July, 1889.)
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Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesJuly, 1889Myanmar
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesJuly, 1882Myanmar
INDIA ACT IV 1882
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesMay, 1877Myanmar
INDIA ACT 1877
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesMarch, 1893Myanmar
INDIA Act IV, 1893 9th March, 1893....."...Whenever in any suit for partition in which, if instituted prior to the commencement of this
Act, a decree for partition might have been made, it appears to the Court that, by reason of the
nature of the property to which the suit relates, or of the number of the shareholders therein or of
any other special circumstance, a division of the property cannot reasonably or conveniently be
made, and that a sale of the property and distribution of the proceeds would be more beneficial
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesFebruary, 1874Myanmar
INDIA Act III, 1874....."Whereas it is expedient to make such provision as hereinafter appears for the enjoyment of
wages and earnings by women married before the first day of January, 1866, and for insurances
on lives by persons married before or after that day:
And whereas by the Indian Succession Act, 1865, section 4,1 it is enacted that no person shall by
marriage acquire any interest in the property of the person whom he or she marries, nor become
incapable of doing any act in respect of his or her own property, which he or she could have
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesMarch, 1894Myanmar
INDIA ACT I, 1894 1st March 1894
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesOctober, 1885Myanmar
INDIA ACT XVIII 1885. 16th October, 1885....."WHEREAS it is expedient to provide for cases in which mines or minerals are situate under land
which it is desired to acquire under the Land Acquisition Act; It is hereby enacted as follows:-...
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesJuly, 1880Myanmar
INDIA ACT XII, 1880.....
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesJuly, 1856Myanmar
INDIA Act XV, 1856....."Whereas it is known that by the law as administered in the civil Courts, Hindu widows with
certain exceptions are held to be, by reason of their having been once married, incapable of
contracting a second valid marriage, and the offspring of such widows by any second marriage
are held to be illegitimate and incapable of inheriting property;...
Library ResourceLegislation & PoliciesApril, 1850Myanmar
INDIA ACT XXI, 1850....."Whereas it is enacted by section 9, Regulation VII, 1832, of the Bengal Code, that “whenever in
any civil suit the parties to such suit may be of different persuasions, when one party shall be of
the Hindu and the other of the Muhammadan persuasion, or where one of more parties to the suit
shall not be either of the Muhammadan or Hindu persuasions, the laws of those religions shall
not be permitted to operate to deprive such party or parties of any property to which, but for the
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