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Topic

1.

Objects of Land Reforms

2.

Dealing Acts under Land Reforms

3.

Land Reforms over the years

4.

Reasons for Re-structuring

5.

Impact of Re-structuring

6.

Amendment to G.O.Ms.No.34, dated 14.1.15

7.

Inclusion of Land Reforms Act in IX Schedule

8.

Stages in Land Reforms

9.

Types of procedure for declaration

10.

Important definitions

11.

Stridhana land

12.

Exemption under section 73

13.

Procedures to be followed if person held lands as on 6.4.60 / 15.2.70

14.

Vertiture of land in Government on declaration

15.

Powers of Land Commissioner for inclusion of omitted lands

16.

Power of Government to modify / cancel the notification under section 18(1)

17.

Reversion of land to land owner (18-D)

18.

Appeals / Revisions provided under the Act

19.

Suo motu powers of Land Commissioner

20.

Powers of Land Commissioner (Section 99)

21.

Powers of Authorized Officer (Section 104)

22.

Bar of jurisdiction of Civil Courts

23.

Transfer to be valid (Section 21-A)

24.

Transfer to be declared void (Section 22, 23)

25.

Land Board

26.

Procedure in case of acquisition of land by person after 2.10.70 Section 20

27.

Ceiling on holdings of Trust

28.

Procedure in case of acquisition of land by Public Trust after 1.3.72

29.

Grant of permission under section 37-A

30.

Grant of permission under section 37-B

31.

MR II Cultivating ceiling area

32.

MR III Amount payable to landowner

33.

Assignment of surplus lands

34.

Bhoodan

35.

RTR Act, 1969

36.

Minimum Wages Act

37.

Role of Sub-Collector / Revenue Divisional Officer

38.

Role of Additional Personal Assistant (Land)

 

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