Tamil Nadu Enfranchised Inams Act, 1862
(Tamil Nadu Act 4 of 1862)
LEGISLATIVE HISTORY 6
PreambleWhereas [***] under the inam rules, sanctioned by Government under date the 9th August 1859, the reversionary rights of Government are surrendered to the inamdars, in consideration of an equivalent annual quit-rent, and the inam lands are thus enfranchised, and placed in the same position as other descriptions of landed property, in regard to their future succession and transmission; It is hereby enacted as follows: -
[Enactments not to apply to enfranchised inams]
Repealed by Central Act XI of 1901.2. Evidence of enfranchisement. - The title-deed issued by the Inam Commissioner, or an authenticated extract from the register of the Commissioner or Collector, shall be deemed sufficient proof of the enfranchisement of land previously held on inam tenure.