Tamil Nadu Land Revenue Assessment (Amendment) Act, 1914
(Tamil Nadu Act 2 of 1914)
Received the assent of the Governor on the 6th April 1914 and that of the Governor-General on the 22nd April 1914; the assent of the Governor-General was first published in the Fort St. George Gazette, dated the 12th May 1914.
An Act to amend the These words were [Tamil Nadu] Land Revenue Assessment Act, 1876.
whereas it is expedient that persons other than District Collectors should be authorised to exercise the powers and perform the duties referred to in the [Tamil Nadu] Land Revenue Assessment Act, 1876 ([Tamil Nadu] Act I of 1876);
It is hereby enacted as follows:-
1. Short title. - This Act may be called the [Tamil Nadu] Land Revenue Assessment (Amendment) Act, 1914.
2. Definition of the term "Collector". - The words "Collector of the district" and "Collector" in the [Tamil Nadu] Land Revenue Assessment Act, 1876 ([Tamil Nadu] Act I of 1876), shall include any officer who may, hereafter, be empowered by the [State Government] to exercise the functions of a District Collector in respect of alienated portions of any permanently-settled estate and shall be deemed to have always included any officer who has heretofore exercised such functions.
3. Right of suit regarding acts and orders hereby validated. - Notwithstanding anything in the Indian [Limitation Act, 1908,] any person aggrieved-
Adaptation of Laws Order, 1934
Adaptation of Laws Order, 1950
Tamil Nadu Adaptation of Laws Order, 1969, as amended by the Tamil Nadu Adaptation of Laws (Second Amendment) Order, 1969
(a) by the fact of the separate registration between the first day of January 1912 and the commencement of this Act by an officer other than the Collector of the district of any portion of a permanently-settled estate, or
(b) by the refusal between the said dates by such officer to register any portion of a permanently-settled estate, may within 12 months after the commencement of this Act, sue in a Civil Court for a decree that such registrations ought not to be made or ought to be made, as the case may be.