BENGAL DISTRICTS ACT 1836 THE BENGAL DISTRICTS ACT, 1836 ACT NO. 21 OF 1836 [11th September, 1836.] Power to create new zilas. It shall be lawful for the State Government, by notification […]
It is hereby enacted, that from the first January, 1838, the Calcutta Sicca Rupee shall cease to be a legal tender in discharge of any debt, but shall be received by the Collectors of Land Revenue, and at all other Public Treasuries by weight, and subject to a charge of 1 per cent for re-coinage.
BE it enacted, that from the 20th day of December 1835, the following Copper Coins only, shall be issued from any Mint, within Presidency of Bengal
every Chaprass or Badge worn by any person, not being a Servant of the Government, shall bear the name the party by whom the wearer is employed, and whoever shall wear a Chaprass or Badge, or be accessary to the wearing such Chaprass or Badge, otherwise than in conformity to this rule, shall be punishable by fine and imprisonment on conviction, before a Magistrate, as for a misdemeanor.
Status-Repealed JUSTICES OF THE PEACE, CALCUTTA ACT NO. IV OF 1835 (Rep, by Act 8 of 1868) 13th March, 1835 Passed by the Right Honorable the Governor General of India in Council […]
Status Repealed GOVERNOR GENERAL 1834 ACT NO. I. OF 1834 (Rep., by Act 8 of 1868) [20th November, 1834.] Passed by the Right Hon’ble the Governor General of India in Council on […]
Status- Repealed Sessions Judges 1835 ACT NO. VII. OF 1835 (Rep., by Act 8 of 1868) [8th June, 1835.] Passed by the Hon’ble the Governor General of India in Council on the […]
It is hereby enacted, that in all the Presidencies so much of all Decrees as consists of the points to be decided, the decision thereon and the reasons for the decision, and all injunctions for the revision of Decrees in regular Suits, and all orders for Reviews of Judgment, which shall be passed by Judges of the Sudder Courts, or by Judges of Zillah and City Courts, or by Subordinate or Assistant Judges of Zillahs, shall be written originally in English, and signed by the Judge or Judges at the time of pronouncing such decision and orders; and shall be translated into the vernacular language, commonly used in the Court wherein the Suit to which the Decree or Order relates, shall have been instituted; and the translation shall be incorporated in the Decree.
Indian Bar Councils Act, 1926 (Act No. 38 of 1926) Dated 09.09.1926 An Act to provide for the constitution of Bar Councils and for other purposes. Whereas it is expedient to provide […]