September 10, 2021

2. In the event of the death of a protected lessee, his heirs or heirs have the right to maintain the lease under the same conditions as those on which the protected lessee held the land at the time of his death and, notwithstanding the provisions of this Act, may divide the land according to their shares in the lease contract to which they fell. Whereas it is also appropriate to allow landowners to avoid the excessive division of agricultural holdings, in order to allow the Government to take over, in certain circumstances, the management of agricultural land, to ensure the registration of cooperative holdings and to make other arrangements concerning matters relating to the abovementioned purposes; 2. No landowner may be in possession of property or immovable belonging to a lessee unless he has, by order of the Tahsildar, for which he must apply for the application in the prescribed form. 53e. Order of preference for the leasing of surplus land:. – for the leasing of land for which the management referred to in Articles 51 or 53-C is taken over, preference shall be given in the following order: (6) When publishing a decision to take over management, the Government or such an official or authority shall appoint, subject to the provisions of paragraphs 53 to B, an administrator responsible for the land, and thereafter the provisions of Article 52 shall apply mutatis mutandis to such land. (c) the landowner has established a permanent structure on such land, or (2) The landowner may request the Tahsildar, in the prescribed form, the recovery of rent arrears for a maximum period of three years. The Tahsildar may, after an inquiry it deems necessary, take such order as it deems appropriate. The Tahsildar allows the tenant to take into account, in addition to the rent he owes him, the amount he may have paid within three years of the date of application referred to in paragraph 1: provided that the landowner does not abandon all the land he holds, but keeps some land on him, the extension of the land remaining to it after abandonment, whether managed personally or otherwise, it must not be less than the area of a basic holding for the area concerned. . .