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Tenancy Rules, 1954
Section/Order/Article/Rule/Regulation Head Note
Rules 23 and 24

State Acquisition & Tenancy Rules, 1955
Revenue Officer, whether he constitutes a Court—His inquiry report lacks finality and authoritativeness of a court as the Revenue officers do not possess the power to decide the title to and the property rights in the immovable property. Abul Hossain (Md) vs State 55 DLR (AD) 125. ....View Full Judgment

Rules 23(3) and 24(4)

It cannot be denied that the mutation of record-of-rights requires enquiry, perusal of previous settlement records, collector's record and the annexed Register. It is not a mere routine work rather it requires examination of the records which may take time. The High Court Division should not have exercised its discretion before a decision is given by the Revenue Officer, the disputed facts cannot be decided as it requires assessment of evidence. The Revenue Officer was directed to dispose of the petition of the writ petitioners in 6(six) months.
Government of Bangladesh -Vs- M. Anwar Hossain and others 1 ALR (AD)29 ....View Full Judgment