Act 53 of Although, armed force of the Union are stationed in cantonments within Part B States, the Cantonments Act, amdthe Camtonments (House. (1) This Act may be called the Cantonments Act, (2) It extends to the whole of India 2*** 3***. (3) The Central Government may, by notification in the Official. Cantonments Act, DEFINITION AND DELIMITATION OF CANTONMENTS of cantonment fund when area ceases to be included in a cantonment.
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Special measures in case of outbreak of infectious or epidemic diseases. XV of to Ordinance No. Special Power of the Executive Officer.
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Disqualification of person as servant of Board 1 No person who has directly or indirectly by himself or his partner any share or interest in a contract with, by or on behalf of a 1 [Board], or in any employment under, by or on behalf a 1 [Board], otherwise than as a servant of the 1 [Board], shall become or remain a servant of such 1 [Board]. The verifying officer shall initial the entries in the registers, and furnish a separate certificate indicating the results of his verification.
Substituted by Act 15 ofsection 52, for “Board” w. Such roll shall be prepared, revised cantojment finally published in such manner and on such date in each year as thee[Central Government] may by rule prescribe.
Substituted by Act 15 ofsection 65, for “distress and sale” w. Every meeting of a Board shall be open to the public unless in any case the 1 [person presiding over the meeting], for reasons to be recorded in the minutes, otherwise directs.
An Act to consolidate and amend law relating to the administration of cantonments. The “sections” in the register cantpnment exactly correspond with those in the pay bill.
Power to order cantonmejt to attend hospital or dispensary. 19244 power of the Executive Officer. Finality of appellate orders. Aa[Board];may make special provision for the cleansing of any factory, hotel, club or group of buildings or land used for any one purpose and under one management, and may fix a special rate and the dates and other conditions for periodical payment thereof, which shall be determined by a written agreement with the person liable for the payment, of the conservancy or scavenging tax in respect of such factory, hotel, club or.
The existing penalty under sub-section 2 of the said section is considered inadequate in view of the escalation in prices and is being enhanced. Recovery of amount payable in respect of zct to cantonment property. Member not to vote on matter in which he is interested.
Whoever- a uses for other than domestic purposes any water supplied by a Board for domestic use, or b where water is supplied by agreement with a Board for a specified purpose, uses that water for any other purpose, shall be punishable with fine which may extend to fifty Taka, and the Board shall be entitled to recover from him the price of the water misused. Conditions which may be attached to licences.
Substituted by Act 15 ofsection 2, for clause xx w. Notice to be given of every occupation of vacant building or house. If, within the period fixed by a direction made under section 49, any action the taking of which has been directed under that section has not been duly taken, the Government or the Officer Commanding-in-Chief, the Command, as the case may be, may make arrangements for the taking of such action, and may direct that all expenses connected therewith shall be defrayed out of the cantonment fund.
Provided that, in the case of any such boundary wall, hedge or fence which was erected with the consent or under thed[orders of the Executive Officer], or which was in existence at the commencement of this Act. Substituted by Act 15 ofsection 15, for “exercise supervision and control over” w.
Recovery from a person about to leave cantonment.
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Ofor ‘Crown”. Provided that the Executive Officer shall not recover any sum the liability for which has been remitted an appeal under this Chapter: Provided that the Board may, by public notice, direct that the provisions of this section shall apply to cured or preserved meat of any specified description or brought from any specified place.
XXI of to Act No. Notice of demand 1 If the amount of the tax for which any bill has been presented is not paid to the 1 [Board] within thirty days from the presentation thereof, the Executive Officer may cause to be served upon the person liable for the payment of the same a notice of demand in the form set forth in Schedule I. Imposition of tax 63 A: Special measures in case of outbreak of infectious or epidemic diseases.
Has in his or her possession, except on behalf of the 2 [Central Government] or for the private use of a military officer, more than one quart of any spirituous liquor, other than fermented malt-liquor, without the written permission of the 3 [Officer Commanding the station] or of some person authorised by the 3 [Officer Commanding the station] to grant such permission, he or she shall be punishable, in the case of a first offence, with fine which may extend to 4 [two hundred and fifty rupees] and, in the case of a subsequent offence, with imprisonment for a term which may extend to three months, or with fine which may extend to 5 [five hundred rupees].
Unauthorized possession of spirituous liquor. The cantonment fund and all property vested in aa[Board] shall be applied for the purposes, whether express or implied, for which, by or under this Act or any other law for the time being in force, powers are conferred or duties or obligations are imposed upon thea[Board]: Provision of latrines, etc.
Duties of Executive Officer Whoever in a cantonment discharge any fire-arm or lets off fire-works or fire-balloons, or engages in any game in such manner as to cause or to be likely to cause danger to persons passing by or dwelling or working in the neighbourhood or risk cantonmenh injury to property shall be liable to fine which may extend to fifty Taka. Fifteen days from cantonmeny or service of notice.
Disposal of cantonment fund when area ceases to be a cantonment 1 When, by a notification under section 3, any cantonment ceases to be a cantonment and the local area comprised therein is immediately placed under the cantonemnt of a local authority, the balance of the cantonment fund and other property vesting in the 1 [Board] shall vest in such local authority, and the liabilities of the 1 [Board] shall be transferred to such local authority.
A Board may, by notice in writing, require the owner or person in charge of any burial or burning ground in the cantonment to supply such information as may be specified in the notice concerning the condition, management or position of such ground.