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1. The Chhattisgarh Land Revenue Code 1959 (Amended 2008) 

2. The C.G. Cellings on Agricultural Holding Act, 1960 (as Amended 2006)

(1) C.G. LAND REVENUE CODE Historical Development, Definitions, Abadi, Agriculture, Agriculture Year, Bonafide Agriculturist, Board, Co-operative Society, Government, Forest, Government Lessee, Holding. Improvement, Land, Landless Person, Land Records, Legal Practitioner, Mango Grove, Orchard, Recognized Agent, Rent, Revision, Revenue Officer, Revenue Year, Sub-Division of Survey Number, Tenant, Tenure Holder, Timber Tree, Urban Area, Unoccupied Land, Village, To Cultivate Personally, Survey Number.

(II) Board of Revenue, Revenue Officers and their Classes and Powers, Procedure of Revenue Courts, Appeal Revision and Review, Land and Land Revenue, Revenue Survey and Settlement in Non-Urban Areas, Assessment and Re-assessment of Land Revenue in Urban Areas.

(III) Land Records, Boundaries And Boundary Marks and Survey Marks, Tenure Holders, Government Lessee and Service Land, Occupancy Tenants, Alluvian and Dilluvian, Consolidation of Holding, Village-Officers, Rights in Abadi and Unoccupied Land and its Produce

(IV) C.G: on Agricultural Holding Act, 1960 Definitions, Exemptions and Restrictions on Transfer of Land, Fixing of Ceiling Area, Determination of Surplus Land and Acquisition Thereof, Payment of Compensation in Cumbrances on Surplus Land.Offences and Penalties and Miscellaneous.

(V) Leading Cases

1 State of M.P. Vs. Poonam Chand, 1968, J.L.J. 116.

2 M.P. State Vs. Babulal And others, 1980, J.L.J. 856 (SC)

3 Harprasad. B Horelal Vs. Board of Revenue, 1964, M.P.L.J. 370.

4 Nandu Vs. Babu and others. 965, M.PL.J. 178. Manmohan Lal Shukla Vs. Board of Revenue. 1964, M.P.L.J. 32.

Book Reference 

1. M.P. Land Revenue Code H.N. Dwivedi.

2. M.P. Land Revenue Code R.D. Jain.


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