A Manual of the Land Revenue Systems and Land Tenures of British India ...

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Superintendent of Government Printing, 1882 - 787페이지
 

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25 페이지 - State, to conduct the business transacted in the United Kingdom in relation to the government of and the correspondence with India...
566 페이지 - But instead of a particular sum at which a district should be assessed, it amounts to the same thing and is more convenient to determine the rates to be imposed on the several descriptions of soil and culture contained within its limits, so as to produce the amount in question. And to do this it is only requisite to fix the maximum rates for the different descriptions of cultivation when, of course, all the inferior rates will be at once deducible from the relative values of our classification scales...
28 페이지 - Regulations, so revised, were passed, of which the forty -first declares the purpose of forming into a regular Code, all Regulations that might be enacted for the internal government of the British territories in Bengal. That these Regulations did not exactly comply with the terms of the Act of 1773, while they exceeded the limits of the powers given by the Act of 1 78 1, there can be no doubt.
565 페이지 - The determination of this point is, perhaps, the most important and difficult operation connected with the survey, and requires, beyond all others, the exercise of great judgment and discrimination on the part of the officer on whom it devolves. The first requisite is to obtain a clear understanding...
557 페이지 - ... land revenue assessed on any village shall be first charge on all land in the entire village and on the rents, profits or produce thereof. 242. Land held by bhumidhar or sirdar liable to payment of land revenue.— (1) All land held by a person who is or is deemed to be a bhumidhar or sirdar as such and wherever situate, is liable to the payment of land revenue to the State Government, except such land as may hereafter be exempted whether wholly or partially from such liability by grant of, or...
565 페이지 - Furthermore, to assist in tracing the causes to which the prosperity or decline of villages, or tracts containing several villages, are to be attributed, independent statements of the annual revenue Settlements of each village should be prepared ; and from these again, a general statement for the whole district, or any portion of it should be framed, and its accuracy tested by a comparison with the general accounts of the taluka, and from the returns so prepared and corrected, the diagrams should...
34 페이지 - The councils are not deliberative bodies with respect to any subject but that of the immediate legislation before them. They cannot inquire into grievances, call for information, or examine the conduct of the executive. The acts of administration cannot be impugned, nor. can they be properly defended in such assemblies, except with reference to the particular measure under discussion.
598 페이지 - Government from all the rayats ; conducts all its arrangements with them, and exerts himself to promote the cultivation and the prosperity of the village. Though .originally the agent of the Government, he is now regarded as equally the representative of the rayats, and is not less useful in executing the orders of the Government than in asserting the rights, or at least in making known the wrongs, of the people.
33 페이지 - The character of the legislative councils established by the Act of 1861 is simply this, that they are committees for the purpose of making laws — committees by means of which the executive Government obtains advice and assistance in their legislation, and the public derive the advantage of full publicity being ensured at every stage of the law-making process.
25 페이지 - ... and disposed of for the purposes of the government of India alone, subject to the provisions of this Act.

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