Excerpt from Annotated Edition of the Land Revenue Code, Containing Bombay Act V. Of 1879 (as Modified Up to Date) And the Revised Rules Passed Thereunder: With Government Orders and High Court Decisions; Revised and Enlarged
The publication of this - the third edition - had to be kept in abeyance pending the final passing of the Revenue Code Amendment Act (vi of 1901) and the issue of the Revised Rules under the Code. The latter have not yet been finally passed, but as it is expected that the Rules already provisionally published will remain intact, and further, as the general public have been anxiously waiting for the compilation. It has been thought desirable not to further delay its publication. If any changes are made in the final issue of the Rules, arrangements will be made to supply the public with correction slips along. With the second volume, which is to contain a general index to the Code.
I need say nothing about the usefulness of the book, as it has been sufficiently proved by its having successfully passed through two editions. To add to its usefulness I have inserted in it the Record of Rights Act and the Rules and Instructions there under. All the important orders passed since the publication of the last edition have also been inserted in their proper place, while those that have been superseded or cancelled have been omitted. In fact, no efforts have been spared to bring the compilation up to date, and I hope that the present edition will be received by the general public with the same degree of approbation with which the last two editions were received by them.
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