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Land Reforms. 1. THE KARNATAKA LAND REFORMS ACT, ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS. Statement of Objects and Reasons: Sections: CHAPTER I. Amending Act 33 of It is considered necessary to amend the Karnataka Land. Reforms Act, (Karnataka Act 10 of ), for the following reasons. Act Info: Preamble 1 - KARNATAKA LAND REFORMS ACT, Chapter I. Section 1 - Short title, extent and commencement. Section 2 - Definitions. Chapter II.


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Amending Act 43 of It is considered necessary to amend the. Karnataka Land Reforms Act, (Karnataka Act 10 of ), to provide for an agricultural . STATEMENT OF OBJECTS AND REASONS. Act 18 of Amending Act No. 18 of —After the Karnataka Land Reforms. Act, , was amended by Act . RELEVANT PROVISIONS OF THE KARNATAKA LAND REFORMS ACT, BEARING ON REGISTRATION OF DOCUMENTS. Section 2. Definitions: (A) In.

Where the prescribed authority decides that the income is not so appropriated, the land held by the institution, society or trust shall be deemed to be surplus land and the provisions of Sections 66 to 76 shall, so far as may be, apply to the surrender to and vesting in the State Government of such land. The provisions of this sub-section shall have effect notwithstanding anything in this Act. Where land is held by a sugar factory for such purpose the ceiling area shall be fifty units.

The provisions of this sub-section shall have effect notwithstanding anything contained in this Act. If by reason of such transfer the persons holding is less than the area so calculated to be in excess of the ceiling area, then all his lands shall be deemed to be surplus land and the provisions of Sections 66 to 76 shall, as far as may be, apply to the surrender to and vesting in the State Government of such excess land.

Future acquisition of land. Where on account of transfer, gift, purchase, exchange, mortgage with possession, lease, surrender or any other kind of transfer inter vivos or by bequest or inheritance, partition or otherwise, any land is acquired or comes into possession of any person or family after the date of commencement of the Amendment Act and in consequence thereof the total extent of land held by suchperson or family exceeds the ceiling area permitted under Section 63, the excess land shall be deemed to be surplus land, and the provisions of Sections 66 to 76 shall, as far as may be, apply, to the surrender to and vesting in the State Government of such excess land.

Prohibition of alienation of holding.

Section A. Acquisition of land by certain persons prohibited. Substituted for the words rupees fity thousand by Act No. HELD - Whenever an Amended Act has to be applied subsequent to the date of amendment, the various unamended provisions of the Act have to be read along with the amended provision as though they are part of it The amended part of the provision having got incorporated into the Act the provision of Section 79A of the Act as such should be read.

Section 79A of the Act has the opening words on and from the commencement of the Amended Act. The amended Act, is defined to be Act 1 of which came into effect from 1. From that date, no one can acquire an agricultural land if his income from sources other than agricultural lands is in excess of Rs. The interpretation to be placed on Section 79A of the Act is only by reference to the entire provisions of the Section as amended by Act 1 of and it must be held that the said words Rs.

The legislature has made its intention very clear as to the prospective nature of the amendments. A person who or a family or a joint family which has been assessed to income tax under the Income Tax Act, Central Act 43 of on an yearly total income of not less than rupees two lakhs for five consecutive years shall be deemed to have an average annual income of not less than rupees two lakhs from sources other than agricultural lands.

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