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Name-smit shah.
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Subject-land law
SECTION 119
 If the time of survey the boundaries of the field or holding be
undisputed and its correctness be affirmed by the villages officers
then present ,it may be laid down as pointed out by the holder or
person in occupation ,and if survey officer acc. To be land records
and according to occupation as ascertained from the village officers
and holders of adjoining lands or on such other evidence or in
information as the survey officer may be able to procure.
SECTION 120 OF LAND
REVENUE ACT
 If the several parties concerned in a boundary dispute agree to submit the
settlement thereof to an arbitration committee and the make application to the
effect in writing, the officer whose duty it would otherwise be to
determine the boundary shall require the
said parties ,to nominate a committee of not
less than 3 person within specified time.
 If the within period of fixed by the said of officer the committee so
nominated or a majority of the members thereof arrive at a decision ,such
decision when confined by the said officer or if the said officer to be
survey officer lower in rank than superintendent of the survey shall be
final.
 Said officer or the superintendent of survey shall have power ,to have
remit the award ,or any of the matters referred to arbitration ,to the
reconsideration of the same committee for any of these causes set forth
 If the committee appointed in the manner aforesaid fail in
settlement of dispute within specified time ,it shall be the duty of the
officer aforesaid ,unless he or ,if the said officer is a survey officer
lower in rank than a superintendent of survey , superintended of
survey see the fit to extend the time, to settle the same as otherwise
provided in this act.
SECTION 121
 The settlement of boundary under any of the forgoing provisions
of this chapter shall be determine –
A- of the proper position of the boundary line or boundary mark.
B- of the rights of the landholders on either side of the boundary
fixed in respect of the land adjudged to appertain or not to appertain
their respective holdings.
SECTION 122
 It shall be lawful for any survey officer ,authorised by a
superintendent of survey or settlement officer.to(specify or cause to
be constructed laid out, maintained, or repaired )boundary marks of
villages of survey number ,whether cultivated or uncultivated and
assess all charges incurred thereby on the holders or another having
an interest therein.
 Such officer may require landholders to construct like lay-out and
maintain or repair their boundary-marks, by a notification which shall
be posted in chavdi or another public place in the village, to which the
lands under survey belong directing the holders of survey numbers
SECTION 123
 Every land holder shall be liable for the maintenance and good
repair of the boundary marks of his holding .and for any charges
reasonably incurred on account of the same by the revenue officers in
cases of alteration, remove or disrepair.
 It shall be duty of village officers and servants to prevent the
destruction or unauthorised alteration of the village boundary-mark.
SECTION 124
 When the survey settlements shall have been introduced into
district ,the charge of the boundary marks ,shall devolve on the
collector and it shall be his duty to take measures for their
construction, laying out, maintenance and repair and for this purpose
the powers conferred on survey officers by section 122 shall vest in
him.
SECTION 125
 Any person convicted after summary inquiry before collector
/survey officer or mamlatdar of wilfully erasing, removing, or injuring
a boundary marks, shall be liable to fine not exceeding 50 rs for each
mark erase/removed/injured.
 Thanks

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land law

  • 2. SECTION 119  If the time of survey the boundaries of the field or holding be undisputed and its correctness be affirmed by the villages officers then present ,it may be laid down as pointed out by the holder or person in occupation ,and if survey officer acc. To be land records and according to occupation as ascertained from the village officers and holders of adjoining lands or on such other evidence or in information as the survey officer may be able to procure.
  • 3. SECTION 120 OF LAND REVENUE ACT  If the several parties concerned in a boundary dispute agree to submit the settlement thereof to an arbitration committee and the make application to the effect in writing, the officer whose duty it would otherwise be to determine the boundary shall require the said parties ,to nominate a committee of not less than 3 person within specified time.
  • 4.  If the within period of fixed by the said of officer the committee so nominated or a majority of the members thereof arrive at a decision ,such decision when confined by the said officer or if the said officer to be survey officer lower in rank than superintendent of the survey shall be final.  Said officer or the superintendent of survey shall have power ,to have remit the award ,or any of the matters referred to arbitration ,to the reconsideration of the same committee for any of these causes set forth
  • 5.  If the committee appointed in the manner aforesaid fail in settlement of dispute within specified time ,it shall be the duty of the officer aforesaid ,unless he or ,if the said officer is a survey officer lower in rank than a superintendent of survey , superintended of survey see the fit to extend the time, to settle the same as otherwise provided in this act.
  • 6. SECTION 121  The settlement of boundary under any of the forgoing provisions of this chapter shall be determine – A- of the proper position of the boundary line or boundary mark. B- of the rights of the landholders on either side of the boundary fixed in respect of the land adjudged to appertain or not to appertain their respective holdings.
  • 7. SECTION 122  It shall be lawful for any survey officer ,authorised by a superintendent of survey or settlement officer.to(specify or cause to be constructed laid out, maintained, or repaired )boundary marks of villages of survey number ,whether cultivated or uncultivated and assess all charges incurred thereby on the holders or another having an interest therein.
  • 8.  Such officer may require landholders to construct like lay-out and maintain or repair their boundary-marks, by a notification which shall be posted in chavdi or another public place in the village, to which the lands under survey belong directing the holders of survey numbers
  • 9. SECTION 123  Every land holder shall be liable for the maintenance and good repair of the boundary marks of his holding .and for any charges reasonably incurred on account of the same by the revenue officers in cases of alteration, remove or disrepair.  It shall be duty of village officers and servants to prevent the destruction or unauthorised alteration of the village boundary-mark.
  • 10. SECTION 124  When the survey settlements shall have been introduced into district ,the charge of the boundary marks ,shall devolve on the collector and it shall be his duty to take measures for their construction, laying out, maintenance and repair and for this purpose the powers conferred on survey officers by section 122 shall vest in him.
  • 11. SECTION 125  Any person convicted after summary inquiry before collector /survey officer or mamlatdar of wilfully erasing, removing, or injuring a boundary marks, shall be liable to fine not exceeding 50 rs for each mark erase/removed/injured.