CHOTANAGPUR TENANCY ACT 1908 PDF

He was still a novice when he arrived in India at the end of the same year. Further training in Asansol Philosophy and Theology completed his priestly formation. He was ordained priest in Calcutta on 18 January He started studying the Mundari language and acquired also a more than superficial knowledge of Indian culture during his theological studies in Asansol. Among the tribals of Chotanagpur[ edit ] Gifted as he was, Hoffmann was not a good professor.

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The blueprint of the act was prepared by John Hoffmann, a missionary social worker. Its operation is effective in North Chotanagpur, South Chotanagpur and Palamau divisions, including areas under various municipalities and notified area committees What is its key provision on land?

However, a tribal may transfer his land through sale, exchange, gift or will to a fellow Scheduled Tribe member and residents of his own police station area. Similarly, SCs and BCs can transfer land to members of their own community within the limits of the district in which the land is located with prior permission of the deputy commissioner.

On January 25, Jharkhand High Court asked the state government to follow the CNT Act in its true spirit, making it clear that in addition to tribes, its also applied to those belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Why did the court rule so? These provisions were also challenged in court from time to time with Patna High Court declaring it constitutionally valid in Fallout Tribal organisations are opposed to any changes in the law. They claim some provisions of the act are a stumbling block to development How has this affected real estate?

The real estate sector, besides suppliers of construction material and labourers, is the worst affected. Since the major chunk of land belongs to backward classes and tribals, it has brought all construction activity to a halt. Banks have stopped disbursing funds and loans for ongoing housing projects Why are banks running scared?

So, banks will lose the right to recover loans after five years. Since housing loans are for longer terms, 15 to 20 years, the banks are taking precautionary measures, explained S. Singh, the convenor of State Level Bankers Committee, an umbrella organisation of all banks Financial implications Approximately, Rs crore has been blocked to around ongoing projects in Ranchi, according to real estate expert Rajesh Mishra Legal remedies The state government has two options to defuse the politically surcharged atmosphere.

First, it may review the list of backward classes Bihar govt, and identify the extremely backward among them so that they can remain under the purview of the act. The others may be exempt. This may be done by the state government without going to the Assembly.

Second, it may recall the amendment of by which the act was extended to municipal and notified areas committees. This way, the land available under municipal areas will be free for transfer and exempt from the rigours of the act.

Also, since the amendment does not talk of municipal corporations constituted under a separate law. But the assent of the President will be required since Jharkhand comes under Schedule V of the Constitution.

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Chhotanagpur Tenancy Act 1908

Print Fifty kilometers from Ranchi, the narrow road connecting the Jharkhand capital to nearby villages suddenly becomes wide and well-paved for a short distance. Birsa Munda, an Adivasi peasant organised a powerful rebellion against the British in the s. He is revered in Jharkhand as Bhagwan Birsa, and several state institutions and public buildings are named after him. A little past the Birsa Complex in Ulihatu, though, the well-paved road tapers off and then and completely disappears before it can reach the villages in the vicinity. Most of the Munda Adivasi people here still live in mud houses, gather minor produce from the forest, and practise subsistence farming. On October 23, the village lost one of its elders, Abhram Mundu, in police firing.

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The blueprint of the act was prepared by John Hoffmann, a missionary social worker. Its operation is effective in North Chotanagpur, South Chotanagpur and Palamau divisions, including areas under various municipalities and notified area committees What is its key provision on land? However, a tribal may transfer his land through sale, exchange, gift or will to a fellow Scheduled Tribe member and residents of his own police station area. Similarly, SCs and BCs can transfer land to members of their own community within the limits of the district in which the land is located with prior permission of the deputy commissioner. On January 25, Jharkhand High Court asked the state government to follow the CNT Act in its true spirit, making it clear that in addition to tribes, its also applied to those belonging to Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes Why did the court rule so? These provisions were also challenged in court from time to time with Patna High Court declaring it constitutionally valid in Fallout Tribal organisations are opposed to any changes in the law. They claim some provisions of the act are a stumbling block to development How has this affected real estate?

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