Lower Burma land revenue manual

containing the (Lower) Burma land and revenue act, 1876 ; the (Lower) Burma fisheries act, 1875 ; the Land improvement loans act, 1883 ; the Agriculturalists" loans act, 1884 ; the Revenue recovery act, 1890 ; and the rules, notifications, and orders there-under in force in Lower Burma : corrected up to the 31st May 1901.
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Land value taxation -- Law and legislation -- Burma., Fishery law and legislation -- Burma., Betterments -- Burma., Land tenure -- Law and legislation -- Burma., Agricultural credit -- Law and legislation -- Burma., Internal revenue law -- B
Other titles(Lower) Burma land and revenue act, 1876., (Lower) Burma fisheries act, 1875., Land improvement loans act, 1883., Agriculturalists" loans act, 1884., Revenue recovery act, 1890.
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THE LOWER BURMA TOWN AND VILLAGE LANDS ACT BURMA ACT IV 9th SEPTEMBER CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY 1. This Act extends to Lower Burma and the Thayetmyo District of Upper Burma. The provisions of this Act shall apply only to land in towns and villages.

(I) Nothing in Chapter II shall apply to the following lands, namely:—. The Burma land records manual Unknown Binding – January 1, by Burma (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Burma. Deputy Commissioners may supply, free of charge, copies of the Lower Burma Land and Revenue Manual to the better ' educated revenue-collecting Headmen who wish for copies.

Printed by order of the Government of Burma, 6, B, C, P, 0,-No. SS8~ 9 (a), U,H, R, M. This Regulation extends to Upper Burma only excluding the Thayetmyo District.' ° 2.

♦ * * * 1 The provisions of this Regulation have been declared to apply as respects certain matters to the proceedings of revenue-officers under the Fisheries Act [su s. 30 of that Act). «The Land and Revenue Act of Lower Burma applies to this District.

Lower Burma Town and Village Lands Sections. using land for unauthorized purpose. Procedure for evicting person liable to eviction under Act. CHAPTER VI. Assessment of Land-revenue.

Land liable to land-revenue assessment. Assessment and levy of land-revenue by Revenue Officer. CHAPTER Size: 1MB. Classified and annotated links to more t full text documents on Burma/Myanmar. 9 An excellent contemporary account of Burma's land revenue system can be found in J. Furnivall, An Introduction to the Political Economy of Burma (Rangoon: Burma Book Club, ), pp.

Furnivall, at one time Commissioner of Set-tlements and Land Records in Burma, had been chairman of a major official inquiry. BRITISH BURMA PRESS BRANCH, Rangoon, BURMA BOOK CLUB, LTD., Post Box NoRangoon, INTERNATIONAL BUDDHIST BOOK DEPÔT, Post BOX No.

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The cost of the Civil Police in was for Upper Burma Rs. 17,20, and Rs. 21,69, for Lower Burma. The cost (f the Military Police for the same period was Rs. 2,65, for Lower Burma and Rs. 46,48, for Upper Burma. MARINE. State land, belonging to or at the disposal of the government, is defined in the Upper Burma Land and Revenue Regulationsand Lower Burma Town and Village Lands Act ().

The occupier’s right is non-inheritable and non-transferable. On J the Law Amending the Lower Burma. Selected Judgements of Lower Burma () Printed Judgements of Lower Burma () Lower Burma Rulings of the Chief Court, Rangoon () Upper Burma Rulings () Burma Law Times () Indian Law Reports Rangoon Series () Burma Law Journal () All India Reporter, Rangoon ().

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proprietor, thu-dhama -wadi press,tees kai maung. (a) Notices of ejectment (R Lower Burma Land Revenue Manual, and R Upper Burma Land Revenue Manual). These are Class A Papers. (b) Notices of intention to allot land as a grazing-ground [See Class B (iii)]. {iii) Lists of witnesses. (iv) Petitions about adjournment and attendance of witnesses or their examination by commission.

The Lower Burma land revenue manual, containing the (Lower) Burma Land and Revenue Act, (II of ), the rules, notifications, directions and forms in force thereunder, and certain acts and orders supplementary to them: corrected up to the 15th November Author: Burma Rights Movement for Action.

9 An excellent contemporary account of Burma’s land revenue system can be found in J. Furnivall, An Introduction to the Political Economy of Burma (Rangoon: Burma Book Club, ), pp. – Furnivall, at one time Commissioner of Set-tlements and Land Records in Burma, had been chairman of a major official inquiry.

an application must be made to the Internal Revenue Department (“IRD”) for approval. Page 5 Capital Gains Tax Overview Capital assets include land, buildings and their rooms, vehicles, and work-related capital assets.

The expression also includes shares, bonds, File Size: 2MB. The Land Acquisition (Mines) Act () 9. The Upper Burma Land And Revenue Regulation () The Partition Act () The Land Acquisition Act () The Burma Laws Act () The Lower Burma Town And Village Lands Act () The Towns Act () 22^ a.

The Towns (Amendment) Act () Photius Coutsoukis provides a country profile of Burma, which is also called Myanmar. The profile includes information about the geography, population, economy, government, leaders, military, transportation, communications, and international issues of the country.

This information was obtained from the U.S. Central Intelligence Agency's (CIA) World Factbook. Title: The Province of Burma: A Report Prepared on Behalf of the University of Chicago, Volume 2 Colonial administration in the Far East, Alleyne Ireland Volume 2 of The Province of Burma, Alleyne Ireland The Province of Burma: A Report Prepared on Behalf of.

Report on the summary settlement operations in the remaining portions of the Kani and Pale Townships, lower Chindwin District, season [microform].

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Rangoon: Office of Superintendent, Govt. Printing, Burma, V/27// OCLC # MF reel Report on the regular settlement of the lower Chindwin District, April June The Land and Revenue Act (India Act II, ) was the first major land law enacted on our land after the annexation of “Lower Burma”.

Page 22 of the HLP_book says: Through the adoption of progressive land and revenue laws the British created, for the first time, a legal arrangement recognising private ownership of land as well as a system of land revenue tax collection. Furnivall, Political Economy of Burma (Rangoon: Burma Book Club, 2nd.

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59, 3. The peasant proprietorship form of land tenure was not new to Burma for under dama-u-gya tenure there was no holding from an overlord and the agriculturists were, in fact, peasant proprietors paying land revenue to the king. The Lower Burma land revenue manual, containing the (Lower) Burma Land and Revenue Act, (II of ), the rules, notifications, directions, and forms in force thereunder and certain acts and orders supplementary to them, corrected up to the 1st April by Burma.

1 edition - first published in The Lower Burma Land and Revenue Manual () uses the term “village common land” to apply to these kinds of lands and sets out excellent provisions for the management of these lands.

The National Land Use Policy’s omission of this kind of land puts millions of peoples’ livelihoods and day-to-day survival at risk; should people not be. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection.

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3, section 6–8. 56 Furnivall, Political economy of Burma, pp. 51–2, 55–7. Land Revenue The Upper Burma Land and Revenue Regulations and the Land and Revenue Act (applying to Lower Burma and the Thayetmyo District of Upper Burma) enforce land revenue for all property, unless otherwise exempted.

For example, land revenue and income tax exemptions apply for different periods of time, depending on the use of agricultural File Size: 2MB. The Upper Burma Land Revenue Manual, Rangoon, British parliamentary publications. Papers Relating to Hostilities with Burma,London, Paper Relating to British Burma.

Correspondence Relative to the Treaty of the 26thOctoberLondon, Correspondence Relating to the Affairs of Burmah Since the Death of the Late King, London, 9. The Upper Burma Land And Revenue Regulation () The Partition Act () The Land Acquisition Act () The Burma Laws Act () The Lower Burma Town And Village Lands Act () The Towns Act () a.

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Following the colonising of Upper Myanmar, the British instituted the Burma Land and Revenue Act (). This set the basis for future land rights through until independence, and imposed a British approach in which individuals held title to land, allowing them to work, sell, transfer, and pass down defined areas as desired.

The total land revenue of Burma in was 2,18,15, rupees. In Lower Burma a capitation tax is levied at the rate of 5 rupees per married man and 28 rupees per bachelor.

This tax came down to us from Burmese times. It brought in 49,18, rupees in   Land titles became a feature of Burma’s land administration during the British colonial period, when the country adopted a deed registration system, through which people were granted a deed to land based on the inclusion of their landholdings in a state-controlled register pursuant to the Registration Act of and the Burma.