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3. Differences in land law


Difference between land revenue and rent

Rent is a liability undertaken by a lessee or a tenant in return for the use of land, etc., under agreed terms and conditions. Land Revenue reflects an exercise of sovereign authority and promises no quid pro quo. Rent is a product of negotiation expressed in agreement lease, contract etc.

Differences between an appeal and revision

The key differences between an appeal and revision are: - An appeal is a statutory right that allows a case to be reheard in a higher court, while revision allows the higher court to examine the legal procedures of a lower court's decision.

Differences between an appeal and review

An appeal is a request made to a higher court to review and potentially overturn a decision made by a lower court. A review challenges the correctness of a judicial order based on new evidence or matters.

Differences between an alluvion and diluvian

The term 'alluvion' means deposition of material by and flood and formation of fresh land as a result of water or it may be known as an imperceptibly gradual deposit of soil from a river or sea forming new land. This new land is very fertile land. On the other hand, when the land is covered by water due to an increase in the water level of the sea or river, it is known as diluvian in which land disappeared.


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