Dekkhan and Khandesh (Puna, Ahmednagar and Khandesh Districts
Bombay Regulation 29 of 1827
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY 6
List to be furnished to JudgeSecond. - A [list of the said persons of rank will be furnished by] [the [State] Government] to the Judge, who will, on application, communicate the same to any person who, as plaintiff or defendant, may show that his interest requires his being-supplied with that information.
Agent to be appointed for trial of suits against them.4. List and instructions to be furnished to him. - An [Agent of] [the [State] Government] shall be specially appointed for the purpose of receiving and trying and deciding all complaints of a civil nature which would, under the ordinary rules, be cognizable by either of the Judges of Pune and Ahmednagar against any of the persons [Contemplated in the preceding section;] he shall be furnished with a list of the [said persons of rank,] and with instructions descriptive of the respective rules of procedure to be followed in the case of each such person, and he shall communicate to any individual making application so much of the above-mentioned information as' such individual may show to be important to his own interest.
List and instructions what to compromise and provideSecond. - The list above-mentioned shall comprise three (3) classes of persons of rank; and the instructions above-mentioned shall provide three (3) several modes of procedure, applicable respectively to each class of the said persons of rank 5. Conduct of suits against first class persons. - Suits against the persons belonging to the first of the classes comprised in the Agent's list, being individuals of the very first distinction and influence under the Peshwa's Government on account of their birth, their political importance, or the religious estimation in which they were held, shall be conducted and decided by the Agent, reference being had in the most ample degree to the privileges of the defendant by former usage and custom enjoyed, and to other peculiar characteristics of the case conformable to like usage and custom;
Decrees not to be executed without reference to [State] Government Appealand no decree against any such defendant shall be enforced until the suit and all proceedings thereon shall have been referred to the [[State] Government] to [which] also the plaintiff may appeal], [which], as a special superior Court for the adjustment of such suits, will pass such order thereon as [it] may deem just and equitable, an appeal to the [Supreme Court] being open to either party.
Conduct of suit against second class personsSecond. - Suits against the persons belonging to the second of the classes comprised in the Agent's list, being individuals not equal in consideration to those above adverted to, but of high rank and importance under the Peshwa's Government, shall be conducted and tried by the Agents, reference being had in a great degree and in conformity to former usage and custom, to the rank of the defendant, his situation and privileges, under the Peshwa's Government, as affecting his creditor's means of compelling payment during that period, his present means of discharging the debt, and other points material to the real equity of the plaintiffs claim and the defendant's liability.
Appeal to [state] GovernmentAt appeal against the Agent's decision to the superior Court of the [ [State] Government], as above constituted, shall be open to either party :
LimitationThe petition of appeal shall be presented either to the Agent or [to the [State] Government] within ninety (90) days (which period may be extended for good reasons) after the Agent's decision was passed; the rules for trial and decision of such appeal shall be the same as those prescribed for the original trial of the suit and a final appeal to the [Supreme Court] shall be open to either party.
Conduct of suits against third class personsThird. - Suits against the persons belonging to the third of the classes comprised in the Agent's list, being individuals, inferior in rank to those of the classes previously described, but still equitably entitled, on account of the privileges hitherto enjoyed by them, to a certain special degree of consideration shall be conducted and tried by the Agent, in like conformity to usage and custom, with some relaxation of the rules of the general Regulations and some portion of attention to the points above specified for regulating his decisions in suits against individuals of the two superior classes.
Appeal to Sadr AdalatAn appeal to the Sadr Diwani Adalat against the Agent's decision shall be open to earlier party;
LimitationThe petition of appeal shall be presented, either to the Agent or to the Sadr Diwani Adalat, within ninety (90) days (which period may be extended for good reasons) after the Agent's decision was passed : the rules for trial and decision of such appeal shall be the same as those prescribed for the original trial of the suit; with which view the instructions of the Agent, with regard to the defendant, shall be communicated [by the [State] Government] to the Sadr Diwani Adalat; and a final appeal to the [Supreme Court] shall be open to either party [* * *] [6. Exclusion of application to certain territories now in Gujarat. - Nothing in this Regulation shall as from the 1st day of May, 1960 apply in relation to territories described in Appendix A which are by section 3 of the Bombay Re-organisation Act, 1960, comprised in State of Gujarat,] 7. [Pleaders, jurisdiction, appeals, execution of decrees.] Rep. Act XIV of 1869.
(See section 2, clause 1st)Territorial description of the Zilas in the Dekkhan and Khandesh, established under the Presidency of Bombay: formed of conquests from the Peshwa (Proclamation of occupation, 11th February, 1818), and cessions from Holkar (treaty 6th January, 1818), Sindia (treaty 6th February, 1820) and the Nizam (treaty 12th December, 1822).
Zila of Puna
The two (2) tarafs Haveli-Puna and Karyat-Maval.
The fifteen (15) the following villages of the taraf Keru Bara, namely
14. Khed Sivapur
The three (3) following villages of the taraf Musa Khora. namely
The three (3) following villages of the taraf Muta Khora, namely
The two (2) following villages of the taraf Kanad Khora, namely
2. Antroli[The village of Apti, taraf Hardus, Maval.]
OLD LAW 6
|So much of Bombay Reg. 29 of 1827 as related to the villages of Jalihal, Tingni Bidri, Hongalhalli. Karjol, Upadinni. Allassundeh and Boblad was repealed by Act 6 of 1842. So much of this Appendix as declared the villages contained in the Schedule to Act 11 of 1846 and the lands attached thereto (being parts of the parganas of Nandurbar, Sultanpur and Kukarmunda. in the province of Khandesh), subject to the Regulations established for the administration of civil and criminal justice in the Province of Bombay, was repealed by the Act. So much of this Regulation as related to the following villages in the Pune District, oiz. 1.The Punt Sucheo's village of Apti, Taraf Hardus-Maval. 2, 3, 4. The Punt Sucheo's villages of Water, Bhambourdy and Gunund in that part of the Tarafs of Nir Thadi and Sirval which lie north of the Nira river, was repealed by Act 4 of 1868.|
The eighteen (18) tarafs Sanclus, Patas, Panbal, Mahlunga, Ausiri, Khed. Chakan, Ghoda, Vada. Ambegaon, Junna. Votur, Ala, Bela, Markhoda, Kokatner, Minner and Narayangaon.The ten (10) following villages of the taraf Kudda, namely
5. Nandur Kandumal
10. Pimpalgaon Jog
The three (3) tarafs Andar Maval, Nani Maval and Paud Khora.The thirty-two (32) following villages of the taraf Paun Maval, namely:-
11. Ghivandi Alvan
13. Kauler Khadak
32. Adala Khurd.
The three (3) tarafs Kari Pathar, Sasvad and Supa.
The six (6) tarafs Indapur Baramati Mohol, Under tappa to the west of the Sina river Bhusa and Teinburni.
The four (4) following villages of the taraf Karkam, namely :-
The two (2) following villags of the taraf Kathi, namely ::
The three (3) tarafs Sholapur, Ahirvadi and Mandrup.
The five (5) following villages denominated the Sammot Phutgaon, namely
The seven (7) tarafs Indi, Tamba, Hippargi, Julvad-Kokatnur, Almel, Bardul and Ukli.
The three (3) following villages of the taraf Haveli Bijapur, namely
The four (4) following villages of the taraf Horti. namely
The qasba of Sindgi.
The six (6) following villages of the taraf Honvad, namely
The seven (7) following villages of the taraf Anti, namely
The two (2) following villages of taraf Halsanghi, namely
The six (6) following villages, namely
2. Hina Parsalghi
4. Tingni Biclri1
The two (2) tarafs Talikoti and Nalatvad.
The qasba of Bagevadi and the two (2) villages of Masbinal and Yerval.
The four (4) following villages in the taraf Muhammadpur, namely
The village of Bhaganagar, taraf Sednak.
The seven (7) following villages of the taraf Chimalghi, namely
3. Murkatihal 4i Golsinghi
Zila Of Ahmednagar
Barsi Panch Mahals.
The Peshwa's share of the pargana Doka.
The village of Vaghola in the Dharur pargana.
So much of the pargana Haveli-Parinda as lies west of the Sina river and the village of Sanori to the east of the said river.
The two (2) parganas of Jamkhed and Vanghi.
The Peshwa's share of Prant Karrevarit and that part of the Nizam's share which lies west of the Sina river.
The Peshwa's share of the Ashti pargana and the taraf Manur.
The two (2) tarafs Naga Haveli and Ranjangaon.
The Pargana Partner.
The nine (9) following villages in taraf Belha. namely
The two (2) parganas of Kharda and Nevasa, except the village The two (2) tarafs Ganji-Bhoyra and Vavrad.
The pargana Bargaon Nandur.
The Peshwa's share of the two (2) parganas Bijapur and Gandapur, together with the village of Takli.
The pargana Sangamner, together with the three (3) qasbas of Rahata, Puntambo and Whava.
The thirteen (13) parganas, Dhandarphal, Kotul, Akola, Sinnar, Kumbhari, Patoda. Nasik, Trimbak. Vaghera, Vani, Dindori, Shevgaon and Chandor.
The thirteen (13) parganas Laling, Songir, Ner, Amalner, Betavad, Dhangri, Garondol, Jalod, Chandshahar, Bhadgaon. Bhal, Utran and Masva.
The pargana Pachora which belongs to Sindia, but is governed by the British.
The taraf Lohara-l-Iaveli which belongs to Sindia, but is governed by the British.
The taraf Sangvi. in the Lohara pargana.
The five (5) parganas Shendurnit, Chalisgaon, Rajdesh, Mahombarai and Manikpuri.
The eighteen (18) following villages of the Kana Pargana, namely :-
18. Narsinhapur The two (2) qasbas of Ranjangaon and Jategaon.
The twenty-four (24) parganas Galna, Chikhalvohol, Tokra, Jhodga, Lohoner, Vakhari, Sandas, Jayteypur, Pissol, Tilvad, Korali, Otur, Pala, Hatgad, Kanasi, Pimpja, Pimpalner, Dhaiva, Varsa, Bhamen. Navapur, 'Nandurbar, Sultan pur and Kukarmunda.
The three (3) qasbas of Pankera, Umarpatta and Chaupala.
The principality of Akrani.
The pargana of Chopda which belongs to Sindia, but is governed by the British.
The two (2) parganas of Thalner and Amba.
The qasba of Sindva.
The pargana of Yaval which belongs to Sindia, but is governed by the British.
The two (2) parganas of Adavad and Savda.
The village of Changdev.
The pargana of Raver, including the taraf of Pal.
The four (4) parganas of Nasirabad, Jamner, Bodvad and Bornar.