Privy Council Judgments on Appeals from India Volume 3

Privy Council Judgments on Appeals from India Volume 3

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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. 1884 edition. Excerpt: ...with his having purchased on his own account, . and is entirely consistent with the view that he purchased on behalf of the Zemindar, for whom he was acting as man r. The possession is one of the real afzfcts in the case about which there can be little dispute. It is not pretended that Islam Chu/ndsr or his sons after his death obtained anything more than formal possession by the officer of the Court. They obtained that formal possession. How did they lose it? They assert in their plaint, and for a purpose, that Lolchee Na/rain took forcible possession. There is not the slightest evidence of it, and it is conceded now that nothing like forcible possession was or could be taken. But what is proved is this, --by two ryots who appear to have no-interest one way or the other, --that they went to Islam C'/mnder, hearing, that he was the auction purchaser, to pay their rents. One of them says he went to him in the first place and was told by him togo to Lolches Narain and pay it. The other says that he went first of all to Lolchee Narain, who told him that Iehan Gbundar was the auction purchaser. He went to him, and Ishan Olnmder said: " It is true I am the auction purchaser, but the rents are payable to Lokhee Narain." There is beyond that the fact that Loklnee Narain received the rents from those two r ots, and therefore was in possession so fl/ar as possession can be obtained of property which is in the hands of ryots. He also paid the Government revenue. The petitions he presented to the collector have been relied upon by the Plaintifis as shewing that he did not then put forward his own title. He made no allusion to it in either o'f the petitions, and in the second petition he put forward Ishan Chunder as the owner of the...show more

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  • Paperback | 612 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 31mm | 1,075g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236851080
  • 9781236851086