Tamil Nadu Cultivating Tenants Protection and Payment of Fair Rent (Extension to Added Territories) Act, 1963
(Tamil Nadu Act 33 of 1963)
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY 6
Notes. - This Act was published in the Fort St. George Gazette on the 27th February 1964 and as such, this Act came into force on that date.
Object & Reasons6
|Statement of Objects and Reasons. - Under the Andhra Pradesh and Madras (Alteration of Boundaries) Act, 1959 (Central Act 56 of 1959) which was passed to implement the Pataskar Award, certain territories have been transferred from the State of Andhra Pradesh to the State of Madras with effect from the 1st April 1960. Those territories have been added to the Chingleput and the North Arcot districts of this State. In those territories, the Andhra Tenancy Act, 1956 (Andhra Act XVIII of 1956) is in force. This Act materially differs from the Madras Cultivating Tenants Protection Act, 1955 (Madras Act XXV of 1955) and the Madras Cultivating Tenants (Payment of Fair Rent) Act, 1956 (Madras Act XXIV of 1956), which are in force in the rest of the State excluding the Kanyakumari district. With a view to achieve uniformity in the tenancy laws in force in this State, it has been decided to repeal Andhra Act XV111 of 1956 in its application to the said territories and to extend the Madras Acts XXV of 1955 and XXIV of 1956 with suitable modifications to those territories. 2. The Bill seeks to achieve the above objects. Published in Part IV-Section 3 of the Fort St. George Gazette, the dated 16th August 1963.|
(a) the previous operation of the corresponding law or anything duly done or suffered thereunder; or
(b) any right, privilege, obligation or liability acquired, accrued or incurred under the corresponding law; or
(c) any penalty, forfeiture or punishment incurred in respect of any offence committed against the corresponding law; or
(d) any investigation, legal proceeding or remedy in respect of any such right, privilege, obligation, liability, penalty, forfeiture or punishment as aforesaid;and any such investigation, legal proceeding, or remedy may be instituted, continued or enforced and any such penalty, forfeiture or punishment may be imposed as if this Act had not been passed. (4) Subject to the provisions of sub-section (3), anything done or any action taken including any appointment or delegation made, notification, order, instruction or direction issued, rule, regulation or form framed, certificate granted or registration effected under the corresponding law shall be deemed to have been done or ta ken under the said Act and shall continue in force accordingly, unless and until superseded by anything done or any action taken under the said Acts. (5) For the purpose of facilitating the application of the said Acts in the added territories, any Court or other authority may construe the said Acts with such alterations not affecting the substance as may be necessary or proper to adapt them to the matter before the Court or other authority. (6) Any reference in the said Acts to a law which is not in force in the added territories shall, in relation to those territories, be construed as a reference to the law, if any, in force in those territories corresponding to the law referred to in the said Acts. (7) Any reference in any law which continues to be in force in the added territories after the commencement of this Act to the corresponding law shall, in relation to those territories, be construed as a reference to the said Acts.