1Title and extent
This Act may be called the Revenue Recovery Act, 1890. It extends to the whole of India except 3*[the State of Jammu and Kashmir];] 4*** 4* * * * * *...
2Definitions
In this Act, unless there is something repugnant in the subject or context,-- "district" includes a presidency-town; "Collector" means the chief officer...
3Recovery of public demands by enforcement of process
Where an arrear of land-revenue, or a sum recoverable as an arrear of land-revenue, is payable to a Collector by a defaulter being or having property in a...
4Remedy available to person denying liability
When proceedings are taken against a person under the last foregoing section for the recovery of an amount stated in a certificate, that person may, if he...
5Recovery by Collectors of sums recoverable
Where any sum is recoverable as an arrear of land-revenue by any public officer other than a Collector or by any local authority, the Collector of the dis...
6Property liable to sale under this Act
When the Collector of a district receives a certificate under this Act, he may issue a proclamation prohibiting the transfer or charging of any immovable ...
7Saving of local laws relating to revenue
Nothing in the foregoing sections shall be construed-- to impair any security provided by, or affect the provisions of, any other enactment for the time bei...
8Recovery in India of certain public demands arising beyond India
When this Act has been applied to any local area which is under the administration of 1*[the Central Government 2***] but which is not part of 3*[4*** India...
9Recovery in India of land revenues, etc., accruing in Burma
The Central Government may direct 6*** that an arrear of land-revenue accruing in Burma or a sum recoverable in Burma as an arrear of land-revenue and payab...
10Duty of Collectors to remit moneys collected in certain cases
Where a Collector receives a certificate under this Act from a Collector of another State or a Collector in 8*[Pakistan or] Burma, he shall remit any sum r...
SCHEDULEschedule
CERTIFICATE [See section 3, sub-section (1).] From The Collector of To The Collector of Dated the of 18 . The sum of Rs. is payable on account of by, son of ,...
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