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Paragraph 572 of Settlement deals

Paragraph 572 of  the Settlement Manual deals with the submission of muafi registers by Settlement Officers.  Each register should be arranged in two groups, viz.:-

(A)  grants to institutions, and

(B)  grants to individuals,

and within itself each group should be topographically arranged, the first group containing (a) grants which require the orders of Government; and the second (b) grants requiring orders by the Financial Commissioner.  When two or more grants are held by any person or institution, this fact should always be noted on the entry of each of such grants in the register.  The form of the register is prescribed in paragraph 44.  A full history of the grants must, in all cases, be entered in the registers, and the correct numbers and dates of sanctioning and other connected letters should invariably be quoted.

When the registers are complete, Urdu translations should also be prepared.  For registers on which the Settlement Officer himself passes final orders no English version is necessary.

Every register submitted for the orders of higher authority should be accompanied by a skeleton  abstract in the form below giving, in the same order as that of register, the numbers of the cases, the names of the holders and blank columns for the orders of superior authority.  The orders passed in the register will be copied into this skeleton abstract, and will be communicated to the local authorities by the return of the abstract, which should contain columns for orders of Government and those of the Financial Commissioner.  The registers are retained in the Financial Commissioner’s office.

Skeleton  Abstract

S.No. No. of village Name, father’s name, age, caste, and residence of holders Opinion of the Commissioner ORDER OF THE FINANCIAL COMMISSIONER Order of Government
1 2 3 4 5
    Register......... Group..... ......

Hon'ble Revenue Minister

Hon'ble Minister-In-Charge
Shri. Gurpreet Singh Kangar

 


 

Special Chief Secretary, Department of Revenue, Rehabilitation and Disaster Mangement
Shri. Karan Bir Singh Sidhu, IAS

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