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THE MOST MIS-UNDERSTOOD AND MIS-INTERPRETED HISTORY OF LAND GRANT IN KARNATAKA

Save as provided in rule 43 as amended by this notifi¬cation, all standing orders and rules in force relating to the grant of unoccupied lands shall stand repealed from 6th August 1953 the date of publication of this notifica-tion, in the Mysore Gazette, provided that nothing in rule 43 as amended shall affect the grant of any land made in conformity with standing orders and rules prior to the said date and provided further that nothing in rule 43 as amended shall affect the grant of land already made or to be made hereafter for the purposes and in accordance with the terms specified in appendices N. P. and Q to the rules under the Land Revenue Code. (Notification No. R. 7594-60—L.R. 266-53-2, dated 4th August 1953).


Note.—Rule 43 of the Rules under the Land Revenue Code was amended by Government in their Order No. R. 7594-6C4—L.R. 266-53-2, dated 4th August 1953, Till then all lands which were the property of Government were being normally disposed of by sale. But in view of the need to see that landless agriculturists were able to obtain easily Government land for cultivation, this rule was amended and according to this rule Government land in future will ordinarily be granted for cultivation for an upset price only to those who are landless or who own less than five acres of dry or two acres of wet land. Sanction of Government will have to be obtained in all cases where land has to be granted" for upset price for persons who own more than five acres of dry land or two acres of wet land. Government however reserve the powers to deligate these powers to subordinate officers. For the guidance of the local officers, the Revenue Commissioner will fix a table of upset price in consultation with the Deputy Commis¬sioners in respect of each taluk .or hobli and report the fact to Government for information. These orders and rules will not affect grants already made in conformity with the Rules and standing orders in force. (G.O. No. R, 7892-901—L.R. 266-53-3, dated 10th August 1953).



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