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Aug 02 1973 (SC)

The State of Maharashtra Vs. Laxman Chiman Naik and anr.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1973SC2415; (1973)2SCC506; [1974]1SCR299; 1973(5)LC771(SC)

..... k.k. mathew, j.1. the respondents filed two applications before the additional collector, nasik, under section 7 of the bombay bhil naik inam abolition act, 1955, (hereinafter called the act) for compensation. on the basis of the applications, the additional collector, nasik, passed two awards negativing the claims. the respondents filed two appeals against the awards, but they were confirmed ..... that the respondents, who were inamdars, were entitled to compensation on the abolition of the bhil naik inams under the provisions of section 7(1) of the act.3. the object of the act was to abolish the bhil naik inams held for service useful to government on political considerations. section 4 states that all bhil naik inams shall be deemed to have been abolished and that any liability to render ..... in the revenue department no. 288, dated the 11th january, 1919.12. in first appeal no. 326 of 1953 decided by the bombay high court and referred to in the judgment under appeal, the question related to bhil naik inam. the sanad which fell for consideration was also in the same form. the dispute in that case was in regard to the claim ..... to show that the grant was intended to be a grant of the soil. the definition of 'bhil naik inam' makes it clear that the grants were of the villages or lands and not of the income or revenue. section 2 of the act defines 'bhil naik inam'; bhil naik inam' means the grant of a village or land for service useful to government on political considerations in accordance .....

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Jan 31 1967 (HC)

Gamansinghji Vs. N.V. Vaniker and ors.

Court : Gujarat

Reported in : AIR1968Guj242; (1968)0GLR486

..... as may be the making of an award under the said acts. the second category consists of the remaining land tenure abolition acts and since they are many, we will mention only a few of them, namely, the bombay maleki merged territories (ankadia tenure abolition) act, 1953, the bombay merged territories matadari tenure abolition act, 1953 and the bombay bhil naik inams abolition act, 1955. these acts originally did not prescribe the form of the award by ..... reference to section 26 of the land acquisition act, 1894, nor did they make the ..... provisions of the land acquisition act, 1894, applicable, so far as may be, to .....

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Oct 12 1990 (HC)

Shri Dharmarayaswamy Temple Vs. Chinnathayappa

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1990KAR4242

..... the inamdar could claim occupancy right. this submission, in our opinion, holds good only in respect of the mysore (personal and miscellaneous) inams abolition act, 1954 and not in respect of the mysore (religious and charitable) inams abolition act, 1955. the distinction between the provisions of the two enactments makes this aspect clear and we proceed to indicate it.(i) under the mysore ..... the lands in dispute in favour of shree dharmarayaswamy temple (hereinafter referred to as the temple) under section 8 of the mysore (religious and charitable) inams abolition act, 1955 (hereinafter referred to as the act). the tribunal observed that although he was aware of the aforesaid order dated 10-7-1964, he had neither filed an appeal therefrom nor had he ..... so far as they confer any rights and impose obligations on tenants and landlords shall be applicable to tenants holding lands in inam and ..... the former inam villages. when the act was enacted, all inams in the state had not been abolished as is obvious from schedule ii to- the act. the karnataka village officers abolition act, 1961 and the bombay pargana and kulkarni watans (abolition) act 1950 were inserted in schedule ii by act 6 of 1970. section 126 of the act declares that the provisions of the act in .....

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Sep 15 2008 (SC)

K.V. Sudharshan Vs. A. Ramakrishnappa and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : JT2008(10)SC435; 2009(2)KarLJ84; 2008(12)SCALE429; (2008)9SCC607; 2008(9)SCC607; 2008(5)LH(SC)3545

..... after and cultivating the lands attached to the said temple i.e. `c' schedule properties of the plaint. after coming into force of the mysore (religious and charitable inams) abolition act, 1955, (in short `the act') the respondent no. 1 filed an application for grant of occupancy rights in respect of `c' schedule properties as the archak of the temple which was conferred on him ..... cultivated by the tenants. he also submitted that the authority relied upon would not apply to the present case as it pertains to karnataka village offices abolition act whose scheme is entirely different from the present act.10. at this stage, we may note the findings of the high court as also the trial court with regard to the properties comprised in schedule ..... , it becomes self acquired and individual property of such grantee. in nagesh bishto desai v. khando tirmal desai etc. : [1982]3scr341 , it was held that inam lands granted to a member of joint family upon abolition of inams cannot be considered as indvidual property of such grantee and should be considered as a joint family property available for partition. in the present case ..... decision in nagesh bishto's case (supra) would not apply to the facts of the present case.13. there is another aspect of the matter. under the scheme of the act, inam lands are liable to be granted to the tiller of such lands, be, as it may, as tenants, archaks or office bearers of the inamdar temple. accordingly, we are of .....

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Apr 05 2006 (HC)

Sri Anjaneyaswamy Temple Vs. State of Karnataka and ors.

Court : Karnataka

..... related to the abolition of religious and charitable inams. the karnataka inams abolition ..... miscellaneous) inams abolition act, 1954, the mysore (religious and charitable) inams abolition act, 1955 and the karnataka inams abolition laws (amendment) act, 1979. in paragraph 3 of its order, the supreme court notices that there were two acts in the state of karnataka, namely, the mysore (personal and miscellaneous) inams abolition act, 1954 (act no. 1 of 1955), which related to abolition of personal inams and the mysore (religious and charitable) inams abolition act, 1955 (act no. 18 of 1955), which ..... laws (amendment) act, 1979 (act no. 26 of 1979) was enacted by .....

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Jan 04 2002 (HC)

B. Gowra Reddy Vs. Government of Andhra Pradesh Rep. by Its Secretary, ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR2002AP313; 2002(3)ALT439

..... inamdar and mr rangiah was the cultivating tenant in respect of lands in s.nos.141, 143, 144 and 145 situate at meerpet village.after the andhra pradesh (telangana area) inams abolition act,1955 came into force, the cultivating tenants acquired occupancy rights.the petitioners in writ petition nos.12275 of 1993 and 681 of 1997 had purchased total extent of acs.22.19 ..... the petitioners. accordingly, it is set aside as far as the petitioners are concerned.so far as the relief for quashing the proceedings pending before the appellate authority under the inams abolition act is concerned, i am not inclined to do so. it is open for the parties to agitate their respective rights before the appropriate authority. 34. accordingly, the writ petitions are ..... ali 's case (4 supra) it was held that anywakf covered by the provisions of the wakf act being a permanent dedication, grant of patta under inams act does not nullify it. once it is recorded as wakf it cannot be nullified under the provisions of inams abolition act. the supreme court in that regard observed in paragraph 8 as follows: 'the second argument of learned ..... and no suit having been filed challenging the wakf property, the entries in the official gazette describing the property as wakf became final and conclusive. under section 3 of the inams act, a tahsildar may suo motu make an enquiry for the purpose of grant of patta on three points, one of them being, whether .....

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Apr 26 2000 (HC)

M. Bagi Reddy and Another Vs. T. Krishna Reddy and Others

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2000(4)ALD360; 2000(4)ALT235

..... same for the last more than 50 years, that they are entitled for occupancy rights in the said land by virtue of the provisions of the andhra pradesh (telangana area) inams abolition act, 1955 and that proceedings in that behalf are still pending before the competent authority. as the defendants obtained the ownership certificate under section 38-e of the tenancy ..... ex b6 by the tenancy authorities is non est and void in the case of suit land which is undisputedly inam lands and relying thereupon by the lower appellate court is not legal which is established and proved as inam lands under inams abolition act, 1955;(c) whether it is lawful for the lower appellate court justified to draw a fiction of deemed possession under section ..... 38(e)(2) of tenancy act and apply the same for the purpose of the suit; and(d) whether rejection of ex ..... by way of additional evidence, the ownership certificate under section 38-e which is illegal, void and non est, as the suit land is an inam land which is governed by the provisions of the inams abolition act of 1955 and that in any case the appellate court was not justified in drawing a fiction of deemed possession under section 38-e(2) of the .....

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Apr 19 2008 (HC)

Azizunissa Begum and anr. Vs. BasheeruddIn Babu Khan and ors.

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : 2008(4)ALD292; 2008(4)ALT614

..... begumpet palace stood vested in the state. the said orders are non-est as the entire estate comprises non-agricultural land as contemplated by section 9 of the inams abolition act, 1955, in the light of the judgments in w.p. no. 199 of 1998, dated 8-6-2001 and w.a. no. 975 of 2002, dated ..... 199 of 1998 and w.a. no. 975 of 2002 show that the controversy with regard to vesting of the land in the state government under the inams abolition act was kept open to be agitated in appropriate legal proceedings at an appropriate stage.9. the copy of the order in lgc. no. 160 of 1999, ..... and the other petitioners filed review application no. 1096 of 2005 against the said order to the extent of the finding that the inams tribunal or the special tribunal under the inams abolition act have jurisdiction to decide the title and not the special court.11. the copy of the notice issued by nawab rasheed nawaz ..... jung to respondents 1 and 2 on 8-5-2006 about the present schedule site sought for a true and lawful account of all the acts, deeds and ..... in the custody of court of wards is in controversy or at least in doubt. the attempts by the heirs to have occupancy certificates under the inams abolition laws did not fructify and the question whether the land vested in the state government was left open to be determined in an appropriate proceeding, by .....

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Oct 08 1993 (HC)

N. Sudershan Reddy and Others Etc. Vs. Smt. Kannamma (Deceaed by Lrs) ...

Court : Andhra Pradesh

Reported in : AIR1994AP116

..... radhamma, the widow of the inamdar having been found to be in possession even prior to 1953 in the sethwar proceedings, was entitled to continue in possession, notwithstanding the abolition of inams under the inams abolition act, 1955. the 3rd submission which he urged emphatically was that the findings contained in the judgment of jeevan reddy, j., while disposing of w.p. nos. 8823 and 8870 ..... and the learned single judge could not have considered the matter afresh, particularly in relation to the rights of the appellants by reason of the date of vesting under the inams abolition act, 1955. another submission was that the petitioners were duty-bound to show that there was a manifest error in the description of the land in question and that obligation not having ..... whether 'permanent tenants' or 'protected tenants' being complete, such a question could be determined only by a mamlatdar and not by any civil court. s.85a of the bombay tenancy and agricultural lands act (act 67 of 1948) barred the jurisdiction of the civil court to try a suit involving a dispute whether a person was a permanent tenant or a protected tenant ..... finding in this regard.27-a. reliance is sought to be placed on inacio martins (deceased through l.rs.) v. narayan hari naik, : [1993]2scr1015 which dealt with the effect of the amendment to goa, daman and diu agricultural tenancy act, 1964, with effect from 20th april, 1976, denying jurisdiction to civil courts to decide a question whether a person was a .....

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Dec 07 1959 (SC)

Rathod Bhimjibhai Masrubhai Rajput and anr. Vs. the State of Bombay an ...

Court : Supreme Court of India

Reported in : AIR1960SC438; (1960)62BOMLR244; [1960]2SCR393

..... aforesaid saving clause affords no protection against the liability imposed by s.5 of the abolition act. (2) learned counsel also relied on s. 5(2)(a) of the abolition act, before its repeal by the bombay personal inams abolition act, 1952 (bombay act 42 of 1953), and based his alternative claim thereon. here again, the high court rightly pointed out that there was no special contract in favour of ..... to as the abolition act. the problem is ..... of the high court of bombay, dated january 31, 1955, by which it dismissed with costs a writ application (no. 1100 of 1954) made by the petitioners therein, who are now appellants before us. it raises for consideration and decision a land revenue problem of some complexity, which resulted from the enactment of the bombay taluqdari tenure abolition act, 1949, (bombay act lxii of 1949), hereinafter referred .....

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