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WASTE LANDS GRANTED FOR EK-SAL CULTIVATION. 1911

The following rules are prescribed : — (G.O. No. R. 176-85—L.R. 46-08-11, dated 10th July 1911).

(1) (i) The darkhast should relate to whole survey numbers lying waste for three years or more.

(ii) An application for occupancy on ordinary terms will have preference over an ek-sal darkhast.

(iii) The applicant for ek-sal occupancy should pay up the whole assessment due, before taking posses¬sion of the land.

(iv) If there be more applicants than one for ek-sal occupancy, the land may be given to the first applicant, and where precedence is doubtful, it should be put up to auction in a summary manner.

(v) The occupant has no right to cut any trees, remove earth, stones, buildings, etc., in the land, or excavate pits therein and render the land unfit for culti¬vation in any way. He should execute a mutehalika to
that effect. If he acts contrary to the terms of the mutehalika, he will be liable to a fine to be fixed by the Deputy Commissioner at his discretion, which will be recovered as a revenue demand.

(vi) The occupant should quit the field by the end of the year and can take crops of the kind suited to the class of land and cannot claim any consideration on account of improvements.

(vii) The occupancy terminates at the end of the revenue year for which it is granted and the land will bej at the disposal of Government.

(2) Lands (whether unassessed or assessed) re¬served for communal or other public purposes should not be given out for ek-sal cultivation.

(3) All lands given out for temporary cultivation under the above rules, should be inspected by the Revenue Inspector at the end of the year for which they are granted and a report made to the Amildar as to their condition Needful entry should also be made in Pahani Takhta. (G.O. No. R. 176-85—L.R. 40-08-11, dated 10th July 1911).


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