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Gram Sabha is the primary body of the Panchayati Raj system and by far the largest. It is a permanent body. Gram Sabha is the Sabha of the electorate. All other institutions of the Panchayati Raj like the Gram Panchayat, Block Panchayat and Zilla Parishad are constituted by elected representatives.

Notice of demand. The Deputy Commissioner or any officer empowered by him in this behalf may, if he thinks fit, before any of the processes hereinafter referred to are issued for the recovery of such an arrear, cause a notice of demand to be served on any of the defaulters.

Board of Revenue Section 3 of the Chhattisgarh Land Revenue Code, 1959 provides for the constitution of Board of Revenue for the State of Chhattisgarh. Section 3 provides that there shall be a Board of Revenue for Chhattisgarh having a President and such number of the members of the Board as the State Government may deem fit

Revenue Officer-The term 'Revenue Officer' is defined under Section 2(1)(u) of the Chhattisgarh Land Revenue Code, 1959 which says that 'Revenue Officer' in any provision of this Code means such Revenue Lan Officer as the State Government may, by notification, direct to discharge hid the functions of a Revenue Officer under that provision.

Agricultural labour around 58% of India's population depends on agriculture and defines an agricultural laborer as someone engaged in raising crops for payment of wages. Agricultural laborers tend to be landless, unskilled, and have little bargaining power.

Agricultural compensation in land law As per Section 23 of the Act, the compensation on acquisition of agricultural land is determined by a formula, i.e. total yielding capacity in a year of a land multiplied by 12, which signifies the total yielding capacity of land for 12 years


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