|THE EDULABAD AND WARANGAON PARGANAS LAWS ACT, 1866|
THE EDULABAD AND WARANGAON PARGANAS LAWS ACT, 1866
[7th December, 1866]
An Act to bring the parganas of Edulabad and Warangaon under the general Regulations and Acts of the Presidency of Bombay
[Subjection of Parganas Edulabad and Warangaon to Regulations and Act of Bombay Presidency.] Rep.
Act XII of 1876.
SECTION 02: [BAR OF JURISDICTION OF CIVIL COURTS IN CERTAIN CASES]
Rep. Act X of 1876.
SECTION 03: PRIVILEGES AND EXEMPTIONS OF CERTAIN PERSONS OF RANK
The privileges and exemptions provided in Sections 3, 4 and 5, Regulation XXIX, A.D. 1827 (A Regulation for bring ing under the operation of the Regulations the Bombay terri tories in the Dekkhen and Khandesh), and Section 5 of Regulation VII, A.D. 1830 (A Regulation for bringing under the operation of the Regulations the territories comprised in the Southern Maratha Country, belonging to the Honourable Company, and forming the said territories into a zila), and
Regulation I, A.D. 1831 (A Regulation for extending the jurisdiction of the Agent of Government, acting under the provisions of Section 4, Regulation XXIX of 1827, over suits in which persons of rank of the privileged classes are concerned, and which are now cognizable by the Collectors of land revenue), and
Regulation XVI, A.D. 1831 (A Regulation for extend ing the jurisdiction vested in the Political Agent in the Southern Maratha Country, under the provisions of Section 5, Regulation VII, A.D. 1830, to the cognizance of civil suits of the nature specified in Regulation I, A.D. 1831, and also for the better defining the extent of jurisdiction therein conferred with respect to persons of the privileged classes) *x x x x are applicable in districts now brought under the Regulations and Acts to the persons of rank therein referred to, in the same manner as they are in the rest of Khandesh and the Dekkhan.
SECTION 04: [VALIDATION AND INDEMNIFICATION.]
Rep. Act XII of 1866.
*The words and figures "as amended by S. 6, Act XIII of 1842 (an Act to enable the holders of revenue which has been alienated to them by the State to collect that revenue within the Presidency of Bombay)" were repealed by the Bombay General Clauses Act, 1886 (Bom. 3 of 1886), Schedule B. This Schedule has been printed as an Appendix to the Bombay General Clauses Act, 1904 (Bom. 1 of 1904).
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