Bombay High Court Reports Volume 4

Bombay High Court Reports Volume 4

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1868 edition. Excerpt: ...all produced a document executed by the deceased Beji Rev, confirming its validity; and as you are desirous that the present government should also testify the same, it is hereby decreed, that you and your sons and descendants shall enjoy in inam and mirzis the land, &c., according to the tenor of the confirmatory act of the late Baji Rziv Pandit Pradhan, and that you shall continue to conform to the practices of the village in regard to the lands you have acquired." I cannot suppose that Government intended to create an inalienable estate in the purchaser, enjoyable by him and his lineal descendants only, in the small plots of inem and mires ground of which the petel was thus permitted to divest his fief. 1 A Special Appeal, No. 417 of 1863 (Gopel Remji and others v. Drimodar Gmiesh), from Poona, Was, on the 4th and 8th of December 1863, heard by the late Mr. Justice Kinloch Forbes and myself. The plaintiffs sued to recover certain ancestral inam land. The principal defendant, Demodhar Ganesh, proved the sale of the land many years before to him by the ancestors of the defendants, and produced two deeds of sale executed by them, and the original sanad V 1867. dated in the Shake year 1701 (A. D. 1779-80), by the Peishwa's I"g:: E; 'lv government, granting theinfim to the plaintiffs' ancestors, -', _ which was made over to Damodllar on the occasion of the sale. R"c1, W: )f"v The Assistant Judge, Mr. Melvill, reversing the Munsif's decree" in favour of the plaintiffs, decided that the defendant, Damodhar Ganesh, had established his title, and decreed for him. The first point of special appeal was, that the appel lants' ancestors had no right to...show more

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  • Paperback | 162 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 9mm | 299g
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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236919173
  • 9781236919175