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OLDEST RULES RELATING TO HULGAVAL TENURE IN MYSORE GOVERNMENT

(i) Hulgaval tenure is one of the tenures recognised prior to survey settlement. It carried with it no permanent occupancy right but merely gave a right of grazing, so long as the land was not cultivated or required for cultivation. It ceased to exist on the intro¬duction of survey settlement. (G.O. No. 979-80-41, dated 8th May 1898).

(ii) Lands held for a long time on hulgaval tenure prior to survey settlement should, in the first instance, be offered at a moderate dry assessment to the same occupants at the settlement. (Appeal No, 143 of 1891-92.) (G.O. No. 6437—P.F. 200, dated 7th November 1892).

(iii) The system of pasturage assessment is not countenanced or permitted under the survey settlement. (G.O. No. 953-61—P.F. 48-99, dated 27th November 1902).

(iv) Cases not in consonance with the principle of survey settlement should be settled in accordance therewith at the revision survey, the settlement as re¬corded in the faisal patrike being in the interval, observed.

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