The period, within which all the lawful heirs of a deceased bargadar, where there are more than one lawful heir, may determine, under sub-section (1) of section 15A, one lawful heir who may continue the cultivation of such land, is thirty days from the date of death of the deceased bargadar.
Refer West Bengal Land Reform Manual 56. (i) Mutation, meaning substitution of the name of a person by the name of another in the record-of-rights, may be done by a prescribed authority […]
Agricultural land in India was administered under three systems of which Zamindari system covered nearly 57 percent of total area extending over nine provinces including Bengal, Bihar, Eastern U.P., North Madras and parts of […]
1. Procedure for revision or preparation of record-of-rights.— When an order has been made under section 51 directing that a record-of-rights be revised or prepared by a Revenue Officer in respect of […]
No person shall be entitled to terminate cultivation of his land by a bargadar except in execution of an order, made by such officer or authority as the State Government may appoint
Under West Bengal Land Reform Act 1956 In order to establish the claim of pre-emption, the petitioner pre-emptor has to establish the basic ingredients of Section 8 of the Act of 1955. […]