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perty under litigation— Promise of transfer —
Valueof right when not expressed.— 474 P.L.R.
1905. I. 793.

(11) S. 17— Agreement to convey and posses-
sion given to transferee — Conveyance by regis-
tered deed to transferee who has notice of pre-
vious agreement— Estoppel.— A.W.N. (1906), 17
-3 A.L.J. 100=28 A. 315, II, 786.

(12) 8. 17— Registration— Sale of standing
timber — Immoveable property,— A.W.N. (1906)
4 - 3A.L.J. 138 = 28 A. 277, II, 786.

(13) S. 17— Registration— Compromise of
suit embodied in a decree.— A.W.N. (1905), 195
= 2 A.L.J. 564 = 28 A. 78, II, 786.

(14) S. 17- -Compromise — Petition in suit a:^
fecting immovable property, necessity for regis-
tration of — Admissibility in evidence when unre-
gistered.— 27 P. R. 1906, II, 787.

(151 S. 17—

A release, executed in writing by a mortgagee
in favour of an assignee of a portion of the pro-
perties mortgaged, is inoperative unless regis-
tered, where the interest sought to be extingui-
shed by it is of the value of Rs. 100 or upward.^.
—lOC.W.N. 551 -3 C.L.J. 576-33 C 618, II,
II, 787.

f 16) S. 17— Document creating a future right
of the value of upwards of one hundred rupees
in immoveable property.- A.W.N. (1906), 180,
787.



Refittpatlon Aot (III of 1877)-.(Co»<w»4«^).

(17) S. 17 — Documents which are compulso-
rily registrable but unregistered— Evidence for
collateral purposes.— See EVIDENCE, No. 3 9
Bom.L.R.393, III.

(18) S. 17— Registration of petition of com-
promise.— See -COMPROMISE DECREE, No.
3, 6 C,L. J. 611, III.

(18-a) S. 17— See No. 3, supra,

(19) S. 17 (6)— Assignment of charge on im-
movable property.— 190 P.L.R. 1905 = 1 P.R.
1906, II. 790.

(20) S. 17 (6)— Registration— Partition deed —
Document relating to both movable and im-
movable properties.— 119 P.L.R. 1906, 11,790.

(21) S. 17 (6)— Award effecting partition of
immoveable property.— See CIV. PRO. CODE.
No. 260, 84 P.R. 1907, III.

(22) S, 17, Cls. (6). (c) and (n)— Registrable
documents — Mortgage — Satisfaction. — 9 Bom .
L.R. 254, III, 741.

(23) Ss. 17 (6) and 47— Execution— Registre-
tion — When a registered deed begins to operate
— priority— Non-payment of consideration in
full— Mortgage— Right of mortgagee to recover
portion of debt advanced.— 29 B. 46, 1, 797.

(-24) Ss, 17 (6), 49— Award by arbitrator,
making parti ton of immovable property of over
Rs. 100 compulsorily registrable— Secondary
evidence of, inadmissible under 8. 91, Evidence
Act.— 71 P.L.R. 1906=111 P.L.R. 1907. Ill,
741.

(25) S. 17 (d)— Lease exceeding one year-
Registration.— 8 Bom. L.R. 580, II, 791.

(26) S. 17 id) - Petition ofcompromise contain
ing a recital of a previous oral agreement for
lease — S^ amp— Registration— Evidence.— 3 2 C.
W.N. 69, III, 742.

(26-a) S. 17 (d)— See No. 4, supra.

(27) S. 17 {h) — Power of appointment — Ap-
pointment of new trustee in place of a dying
trustee, under power reserved by the deed — Re-
gistration— Indian Trusts Act (II of 1882), Ss. 1
and 75— Property dedicated to charitable uses
—Construction of document — Originating sum
mous— Certifying Counsel- Taxation of costs —
Practice.— 9 Bom. L.R. 1071, III, 748.

(28) S. 17 (/() — Agreement to execute a mort-
gage-deed— Whether such agreement can con-
stitute a charge on immoveable property.— See
TRANSFER OF PROPERTY ACT (IV OF
1882), No. 12, 28 M. 54, I.

(29) S. 17, cl. (i)— Award>>InBtrument of
partition.— 160 P.L.R. 1906, II, 789.



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(80) 86. 17, 18, 21, 24 and 77— Document evi-
dencing relinquishment of share by a daugh-
ter to her father in his property— Registration
— Refusal to register on the ground that the
document did not contain sufficient descrip-
tion of the property— Discretion of the Regis-
trar — Jurisdiction of Civil Court— Right of heir
to succeed — Vested or contingent estate-
Transfer of Property Act (IV of 1882), Ss. 6, 19
and 21— Indian Succession Act (X of 1865), 6.
107— 5pcs Siicc«ssic>iis— Mahomedan Law-
Document— Alteration. -t7 Bom. L.R. 742 = 30
B. 304, II, 789.

(31) 8s. 17, 23 to 26 and 77— Agreement
optionably registrable — Date of execution,
oece^ity for — Evidence to prove date, admissi-
bility of— Description of property, sufficiency
of — Refusal of executant to admit execution-
Execution not voluntary — Limit to enforce
registration, maintainability of.— 1 C.L.J. 126,
1,796.

(32) Ss. 17, 23, 84, 49 and 77— Indian Evi-
dence Act, S. 91— Suit to enforce registration
— Registration invalid — Personal covenant on
the loan..-4 L.B.R. 88, III, 744.

(aS) Ss. 17 and 48— Mofussil property— Mort-
gage by deposit of title deeds with creditor's
. agent in Calcutta— Sub-mortgage by deposit
of the mortgage-deed does not require registra-
tion.— SeeMORTGAGE(EQUlTABLE MORT-
GAGE), No. 1, 10 C.VV.N. 276, II.

(34) Sections 17 and i9—Aposhnama setting
off one decree against another— Registration —
Admissibility in evidence.— See TRANSFER
OF PROPERTY ACT, No. 82, 11 C.W.N. 342,
lU.

(35) Ss. 17 and 49-*Registratiom of sale deed
in Berar.— See SALE, No. 2, 3 N.L.R. 72, III.

(36) Ss. 17 and 49 — Unregistred lease— Ad-
missibility to prove adverse possession.- See
LIMITATION, No. 5, 17 M.L.J. 469, III.

(36-a) S. 18— See No. 80, supra.
(36-6) 8. 21— See No. 30, supra.
(36-c) 8. 23— See Nos. 31 and 32, supra,
(36-d) S. 24— See Nos. 30 and 31, supra.
(.36-«) S. 25— See No. 31, supra.
(36-/) S. 26— See No. 31, supra.
(d6-g) S. 30 (a)— See No. 5, supra.

(37) Ss. 32, 33 and 87— Validity of registia-
tion — Power of attorney— Authority of register-
ing officer.— A.W.N. (1906), 195 = 3 A.L.J. 743,
II, 791.



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(37 -a) S. 88— See No. .S7, suprM.

(37-6) S. 84— See No. 32, suprd.

(38) 8. 86— Gift to wife— Registration by the
donor himself, if necdfi;:ary— Admission of
exeoution by wife as * donor *s ' representative.
—10 C.W.N. 717 = 33 C. 684, D, 792.



(39) Ss. 36, 73, 74, 75 and 87— Registration
of document under orders of District Registrar
—time for presentation, extension of— Proce-
dure, defect of— Registration after fixed period,
effect of— Indian Limitation Act (XV of 1877),
8.5, if applies toRegistration Act— Registration,
invalidity of, may b6 impeached by a person
interested, though no party to the daed. — 5 C.L.
J. 188, III, 745.

(40) S. 47 — Competition between two regis-
tered-deeds, the first in order of execution being
registered latter— Possession, how far it affects
question of j^riority.— 29 B. 42, I, 798.

(40a) 3. 47— See No. 23, supra.
(40-6) 8. 48-8ee No. 33, supra.

(41) S. 48— Application of doctrine of notice.
—See SALE, No. 3, 4 L.B.R. 26, 1)1.

(42) Ss. 48 and 50— Oral agreement— Subse-
quent registered agreement— Notice— Priority
— Specific performance — Delivery of possession
whether necessary.— 17 M.L.J. 319, III, 746.

(43) S. 49— Unregistered mortgage for over
Rs. 100— Suit for breach of contract — Ad-
missibility of unregistered deed in evidence.— 1
N.L.R. 47, 1, 798.

(44) 8. 49— Unregistered mortgage-deed with
implied personal covenant to repay — Suit to
enforce personal obligation— AdmissibiUty of
deed in evidence.— 4 L.B.R. 52, III, 746.

(45) S. 49— Agreement to give lease unregister-
ed— Admissibility of, in evidence in suit for
speoifie performance.— 17 M.L.J. 218, III, 746,

(45-a) S. 49, See Nos. 24, 32, 34, 35 and 36,
supra.

(46) S. 50 — Sale o| absolute occupancy hold-
ing in exeoution of simple rent-decree against
tenant — Sale certificate not registered- Subse-
quent sale by purchaser at Court-sale under
registered conveyance — Optionally registrable
but unregistered mortgage-deeds of date prior
to execution-sale — Priority between registered
sale-deed and mortgage-deeds.— 1 N.L.R. 125,
1,799.

(47) 8. 50- Retrospective effect— Statutes
oonstruotion of —unregistered mortgage of 1861
—Act XIX of 1843, 3. 2— Act XVI of 1864—



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Reflsiratioii Act (Ul of i9TI)—(Co9U%nued).

Subfieqaent registered mortgage.— 8 A.L.J. 320
= A.W.N. (1906), 113 = 28 A. 607, D, 792.

(46) S. 50— Ck>mpetition between an unregis-
tered deed of 1865 and a registered deed under
tho present Registration Act— Failure of the
holder of the former deed to enforce his right
—Laches.— See LACHES, No. 3, 1 N.L.R.
168, 1.

(48-a) S. 60— See No. 42, supra.



Kegittratton Act (Ul of iSTD-iCancludsd}.

ing some of the properties is insufficient. — 16

M.L.J. 30, 1, 800.

(69) As amended by Act VII of 1886, S, 17 (n)

— Receipt extinguishing mortgage— Limitation

Act, Art. 91.— See LIMITATION ACT, No. 1,

108P.L.R. 1906, I, Sup.

*

Registration Regulation (TraTanoore).

(1) Ss. 10 & 42- Deed of partition of both
movables and immovables, omission to register,



. (49) Ss. 62, 58, 69 and 60— Date of registration effect of, as regards the movables.— 21 T.L.R.
—time from which period of limitation begins ' 199, n, 794.
torun for purposes of Art. 10^ of the Limitation [ (2) S. 42- -See No. 1, aii^jra.



Act.-See LIMITATION ACT, No. 40, 92 P.R.
1906, II.

(60) S. 68.— See LIMITATION ACT, No. 40,
02 P.R. 1906, II.

(50-a) S. 58— See No. 49, supra.

(61) Ss. 68, 69 and60.— Document— Second-
ary evidence— Fact mentioned in endorsement
may be proved.— 9 Bom. L.R. 401, III, 740.



Registration of Societies Act.

See ACT XXI OF 1860.

Regnlation lU of 1793 (Bengal).
S. 14— See HINDU LAW(REVER8I0NERS),
No. 16, 2 C.L.J. 16, 1.

RegnlaUon Yin of 1798 (Bengal).

(1) S. 41— See ACT VI OF 1870 (BENGAL),



(52) S. 59- See LIMITATION ACT, No. 40. No. 1, 10 C.W.N. 687. II.



92 P.R. 1906, II.

(53) S. 69— See Nos. 49 and 51, suirra.

(53) S. 60 . See LIMITATION ACT, No. 40,
92 P.R. 1906, II.

(53-a) S. 60.— See Nos. 49 and 61, supra.

(54) Ss. 76 and 77— Registration— Suit to
compel registration— Grounds of such suit -A.
W.N. (1907), 46=4 A.L.J. 171 = 29 A. 284, III, lusown land— Regulation VI of 1822, S.9.— See
747.



(2) S. 41— See ACT VI OF 1870 (BENGAL),
No. 2, 10 C.W.N. 598, II.

Regulation XI of 1793 (Bengal).

—See HINDU LAW (INHERITANCE). No.
1, 32 C. 6, 1.

Regulation XXYII of 1793.

(1) Right of zamindar to establish market on



(55) S. 77— Suit to compel registration -
Limitation— Act No. XV of 1877 (Indian Limi-
Utiou Act), S8.5 aud 6-A.W.N. (1905). 175-
2A.L.J. 174 = 28A.48, II, 793.

(56) S. 77, decree in a suit under, directing,
but not fixing period for, registration of docu-
mcnt— Omission to present document within
thirty days of decree, whether could vitiate sub-
sequent registration. -33 C. 1020, 11, 793.

(57) S. 77— Suit to direct registration of will
disposing of property worth more than Rs. 2,500
—Jurisdiction of Munsiff's Court.— See JURIS-
DICTION (OPMUNSIFF'S COURTS), No. 1,
17 M.L.J. 573. III.

(57-0) S. 77— Sec Nos. 30, 31, 32 and 54,
supra.

(57-6) S. 87— See Nos. 5, 37 and 39, supra.

(5H) Transfer of right of management of tem-
ple endowment— Sufficiency of description-
Refusal to register where description regard-



MARKKT. No. 1, A.W.N. (1907), 248, Ul.

(2) S. 41— Chowkidari Chakran lands— Re-
sumption and settlement with Zemindar—Re-
Humod land if fonns a separate estate. — See ACT
VI OF 1870 (VILLAGE CHO WKIDARS, BEN-
GAL). No. 1, 11 C.W.N. 201, 111.

Regolation Yof 1799 (N.W.P).

(i) S. 7— Suit against Srnjretiry of State be-
fore the property of a deceased vested in him —
premature— 4 A.L..}. 144-A.W.N. (1907), 60 =
29 A. 277, III. 747.

Regulation II of 1803 (as amended by Regn-
lation U of 1805).

(1) Futni lease granted when — was in force-
Lease void — Suit to recover possession of mou-
;a^ leased— Limitation, starting point of. — 1 C.
L.J. 319 = 9 C.W.N. 679 = 15 M.L.J. 267 = 32 C.
067 (P.C.) - 2 A.L.J. 794, 1, 800.

Regulation Y of 1804 (Madrai).

(1) S. 35— Rule 7 of rules framed under, Trans-
fer of execution to the Collector — Reference by



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Regulation Y of 1804 (MadratH(ConcZud<^).

Collector to DiBtriot Judge—order of DiBtrict
Judge — Effect of Government order rescinding
notification empowering Collector to execute
decrees.— 80 M. 193. UI, 748.

Rigiilatioii II of 180ft.

—See REGULATION II OF 1803, No. 1, 1 C.
L.J. 319=9 C.W.N. 679, (P.O.), I.

Regolation XYII of 1806 (Bengal).

(1) Mortgage by conditional sale — Validity of
notice of foreclosure — Appeal— Objection to
notice made, on appeal, for the first time.— 106
P.R. 1907, ni, 748.

(2) Ss. 7 and 8— Mortgage by way of condi-
tional sale— Foreclosure — Notice. — 74 P.L.R.
1906, 1], 794.

(3) Effect of absence of notice of foreclosure
under— See MORTGAGE (FORECLOSURE),
No. 3, 46 P.R. 1907, III.

(4) Ss. 7 and 8 — Mortgage by way of condition-
al sale, foreclosure of— See TRANSFER OF
PROPERTY ACT, No. 69, 167 P.L.R. 1906=
2P.R. (1907), Ul.

(6) S. 8 — Redemption proceedings — Right
when lost.— 4 A.L.J. 717 = A.W.N. (1907), 266,
UI, 749.

(6) S. 8 — Mortgage by conditional sale —
Foreclosure — Parwanah - *' Official signa-
ture"— Procedure.— A. W.N. (1906), 309 = 29
A. 145, III, 749.

(7) Mortgage— Conditional sale — Agreement
to pay interest annually and in default of pay-
ment for six years mortgage to become sale —
Applicability of — to such agreement. — See
MORTGAGE (CONDITIONAL SALE), No. 2,
50 P.R. 1906, U.

(8) S. 8, demand of mortgage money under,
whether could be made within period of pay-
ment in the deed.— See MORTGAGE (PORE-
CLOSURE), No. 4, 119 P.R. 1906, 111.

(9) S. 8— Stipulated period, meaning of—
Application of regulation— See MORTGAGE

(foreclosurb:), no. 2, 70 p.r. 1907. lu.

(10) See MORTGAGE (CONDITIONAL
SALE), No. 1, 3 C.L.J. 601 (P.O.), II.

(11)— See MORTGAGE (FORECLOSURE),
No. 2, 3 A.L.J. 531, II.

Regulation XIX of 1810.

(1) Endowments affected by, management of
—See RELIGIOUS ENDOWMENTS, No. 3,
34 C. 587, III.



RigQiation Y of 1812 (Bengal).

8. 3— See ACT VIII OP 1886 (BENGAL TE-
NANCY), No. 2, 10 C.W.N. 527, II.

RegelationlIofl819.

Purview of— See CIV. PRO. CODE, No. 279,
2 C.L.J. 481, I.

i RigolatioB YIII of 1819 (Patau.

I (1) Puitah as to paini taluqs includingjo/tf
I ^'a77ta«— Sale for arrears of rent, inapplica-
I biltiy of the regulation as to.— 33 C. 381,11,
I 796.

I (2) Notice — Irregularity — Sale setting aside.
i —11 C.W.N. 729, Ifl, 750.

(3) Sale set aside— Rent for period between

sale and reversal, patnidar, liable for.— 4 C.L.J.

547, II, 796.

I (4)— See RIGHT OF SUIT, No. 3, 3 C.L.J.
288,11.

(5) 8. 3, cl. 3-Act VIII of 1886 (Bengal), S.
I 3— Rent, meaning of lease, construction of. — 8
: C.L.J. 7 ==10 C.W.N. 201 = 1 M.L.T. 8 = 33C.

140 (P. C.),1I, 796.

(6) S. 4— Grant olputni of certain mo/ia^as
i well as of lease of certain jote-lands within

them, at a fixed indivisible rent— Lease.— 3 C.
i L.J. 373,11,797.

(7) Ss. 8 and 10 — Publication of notice of sale
— Form of notice — Order as to lots to be sold.
— 32C. 258 = 3 C.L.J. 46, II, 797.

(8) Section 9— Purchase by one of the default-
ers, effect of — Contribution, suit for — Limita-
tion— LimiUtion Act (XV of 1877), Sch. II,
Arts. 61 and 99.— 3 C.L.J. 93. II, 798.

Regulatton YII of 1822 (Bengal).

(1) S. 9— See LANDLORD AND TENANT,
1 No. 26, 32 C. 463 and No. 27, 32 C. 4^3
, (Note), I.

(2) Right of zamindar to establish market and
I to collect cesses, &c., on his own land.— See
I MARKET, No. 1, A.W.N. (1907), 248,111.

Regulation XI of 1825 (Bengal).

(1) S. 4, cl. (2)— Act XVIII of 1876— Alluvion
and diluvion— Ownership, change of— Re-
formation— Principles. — 9 C.W.N. 889 (P.C.),
1,801.

(2) S. 4, cl. (3)— Suit for possession— Rofor-
mation — Accretion — Accession, meaning of —
Government, rights of, if different from that
of private owner— Submersion— Continuity,

I presumption of — Case not made in the plaint,

if open to plaintiff— Adverse possession — Maps,

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Regalatioii XI of 1825 (Bengal).— (Co7tc/tu/^(2).

Onus of proof of lands existent at the Perma-
nent Settlement— Abandonment of sub merged
land, proof of.— 3 C.L.J. 316, II, 799.

(3) S. 4— Right of ryot haTing no pre-existing
right to land, to later accertion to such land.—
Bee ACT VIII OF 1886 (BENGAL TENANCY),
No. 9, 83 C. 444, II.

(4) s. 4— Alluvion— Gradual accession.— See
ALLUVION, No. 1, A.W.N. (1905), 271, II.

RiiolAftioiiYIIofl828.

Order confirming sale under Act II of 1864
(Madras Revenue Recovery) by Head Assistant
Collector by virtue of powers given him by
Regulation— Effect of such order.— See ACT
II OF 1864 (MADRAS REVENUE RE-
COVERV), No. 1, 2 M.L.T. 328, III.

Rigalatioii YII of 1882.

(1) S. 9— Effect of apostacy— See HINDU
LAW (CONVERSION), No. 1, 4 A.L.J. 365,
III.

Rtgalalioii HI of 1872 (Sonthal Pergiimiahs

Uinary Lawi).

S. 6, as amended by Regulation V of 1893 -
See INTEREST, No. 6, 1 C.L.J. 182, I.

R«giiUtloii II of 1827, (Bombay).

(1) S. 52~Pleaders* fees, basis of actual value
of property— Plaint must show real value and
Court-fee value— Court — Practice— 7Bom. L.R.
181 = 29 3.229, 1, 303.

RigoUtioii XXY of 1802 (Madras).

Effect of acceptance of sannad in conunon
form— See HINDU LAW (IMPARTIBLE
ESTATE), No. 3, 2 C.L.J. 231, (P.O.), II,

Regolatton Y of 1804 (Madrai).

(1) S. 36— Rules under, validity of— See ACT
IV OF 1899 (MADRAS), No. 1, 28 M. 489. I.

(2) Regulation V of 1304 amended by Act IV
of 1899) See under ACT IV OF 1899 (MADRAS),
I.

Rigiilatioii YII of 1817 (Madrat).

Cls. 2, 13 and 18— See ACT XX OF 1863 (RE-
LIGIOUS ENDOWMENTS), No. 2, I M.L.T.
127, II.

RigiilatloB I of 1886 (Aitam Land Revenue).

(1) 8s. 70, and 71— Annulment of incum-
brances — Effect of sale — Part of estate. — 3 C.L.
J. 387, U. 799.

(2) Ss. 96 to 98, 119 and 154, Subsection (1)
ol. (e) — Suit for partition— Suit for possession by



Regulation I of 1886 (litam Land Be venue).

I —(Concluded).

purchaser of land dispossessed after purchase,
; maintainability of — Imperfect partition- Civil
i Court, jurisdiction of -1 C.L J. 421 = 32 C

1036, I, 803.

RngulationYlIof 1901 (North west Frontier
Province).

(1) Jurisdistion of Chief Court, Punjab, to
hear appeal from North- West Frontier Province.
-See JURISDICTION (OF HIGH COURTS),
No.l, 60P.R. 1907, III.

Regulation XYII of 1806 (Punjab).

S. 8, demand of mortgage money under,
whether could bo made within period of pay-
ment in the deed.- See MORTGAGE (FORE-
CLOSURE), No. 3, 119 P.R. 1906, II.
Release.

(1) Effect of general words of, in a deed. — See
PARTNERS, No. 1, 11 C.W.N. 776, III.
Relief.

"Such other, as the Court may think fit",
meaning of.— See MORTGAGE (GENERAL),
No. 23, 29 M. 491, II.

Religious Assooiation.

Right of member to share in voluntary pay-
ments made to a— Suit not cognisable on the
Small Cause side.— See SMALL CAUSE
COURTS (PROVINCIAL ACT, IX OF 1887),
No. 7, 28 M 202, 1.

Religious Endowments.

(l)De butter —Words of dedication— 9 C.W.
N. 154, I, 804.

(2) Right of worshippers at a temple to sub-
scribe for its fertivals— No right in any one to
subscribe sold; to the exclusion of others. — 15
M.L.J. 468, 1, 804.

(3) Right uf management of Dharmakartas,
suit for declaration and injunction regarding,
by Vadagalai Dharmakartas against Archakas
of jf/MJTi^a/ai sect— Processions, ceremonies, etc,,
to which an idol in a shrine may by entitled,
competency of Civil Courts to adjudicate on—
Discontinuance by trustees of festivals estab-
lished by usage, whether can form subject of
prescription.— IG M.L.J, 150, II, 802.

(4) See under ACT XX OF 1863 (REU-
GIOUS ENDOWMENTS), No. 1, 8 Bom. L.R.
407, II.

(5) Suit on a pro-note by Head of a Mutt—
Execution of decree against successor- -St J^yoi
or disciples, position of. — 16 M.L.J. 415 = 29
M. 653, II, 803.



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Religious Endo^meniB. —{Continued).

(6) Hindu Temple— Scheme for management
— Prevention of waste and misappropriation
— Mabant — Authority — Accountability — Trea-
surar and auditor, appointment of — Surplus
funds, dealings with— Alienation of property,
restrictions as to — Power of High Court to
modify scheme when necessary — Liberty to
apply— Costs.— 11 C.W.N. U'2(P.C.)—2 M.L.T.
Xl9 = 17 M.L.J. 236 = 30 M. 138*9 Bom. L.R.
688, lU, 751.

(7) Heads of Mutt— Powers of alienation —
Extravagant personal expenditure uot binding
on the Mutt property.— 17 M.L.J. 40. HI, 752.

(8) Endowments affected by Regulation XIX
of 1810, management of — Removal of trustee
for misconduct— Act XX of 1863, S-k 3, 7, 11

aod 18.— 34 C. 687, III, 763.

I

(9) Temple trustee, whether public trustee — |
Personal liability for debt.— 2 M.L.T. 268, III, ;
763.

(10) Hindu Law— Rsligious Endowment— '
Sangat Nanak S/ta^i— Right of represoutativo |
of founder of trust to nominate trustee. — 4 A.L.
J. 565 = A.W.N. (1907),210 = 29 A.663, 111, 764.

(11) Hindu Law — Dobutter, private— Conver-
sion into secular property — Consensus of family I
—Real or nominal debutter— Tost — Dealings ,
with property — Release by Government, effect \
of— Shebait right, alienation of, to co-shobait i
—Validity— Idol— breakage of.— 12 C.W.N. 98,
111,764.

(12) Debt incurred by deceased manager of mutt t
— Liability of successor to pay of! amount from |
the income of the mutt property- -Necessity for
creation of a charge by the deceased manager.
—17 M.L.J. 653, III, 765.

(13) Son of a Hindu Mahant of a, whether
entitled to succeed to the ofiico of his father and
the property of the institution.— 112 P. R. 1906 j
= 102P.L.R. 1907,111,755. I

(14) Succession to, by cliela — Election or no-
mination to office of Mahani.—SQe CUSTOMS
(PECULIAR TO PUNJAB), No. 63, 143P.L.
R. 1906, II.

(15) Suits of a Civil nature— Cognizabili*^
by a Civil Court —Question of ritual, when :
Cognizable by a Civil Court— Position of Dhar-
makartas — Introduction of new idols into tem-
ple — Change of namams in Vaishnava temple. —
Sec CIV. PRO. CODE, No. 9. 17 M.L.J. 1, III.

(16) Decree directing performance of puja and ^
giving of honors to a deity according to the ;
usage of a religious institution —Nature and J



Religions Endowments. —{Concluded) .

execution of decree.— Ste CIV. PRO. CODE,
No. 99, 2 M.L.T. 94,111.

(17) See, further, cases under HINDU LAW
(RELIGIOUS MATTERS, AND DEBUTTER
ESTATE),!.

ReUgioos Bndowments Act (XX of 1868).

(1) Power of Government to remove trustees
—Power of Committees to dismiss trustees for
misconduct.— 16 M.L.J. 26, I, 806.

(2) S. 18— Single application against several
trustees — Charges not speoifio^ Sanction on a
general petition — Material irregularity— Revi-
sion, powers of— Civil Procedure Code, 8. 622,
—16 M.L.J. 221, 1,806.

(3) See also ACT XX OF 1863.

Religioos institutions.

(1) Suit for removing mahant for misconduct
and appointing another — Advocate-Generars
sanction— See CIV. PRO. CODE, No. 266, 78 P.
R. 1907, ill.

(2) Succession to occupancy rights belonging
to.— Sed^ACT XVI OF 1887 (PUNJAB TENAN-
CY), No. 5, 2 P.R. 1907 (Revenue), III.

Remand.

(1) Procedure— Evidence— Refusal of Court
to examine defendants* witnesses.— A.W.N.
(1905), 266, 1,807.

(9) If a Civil Appellate Court finds, in appeal,
that the Court of original jurisdiction ought to
have passed an order und3r S. 202 of Act II of
1901, it ought, instead of simply remanding the
suit, to send the case back with instructions to
the Court of first instance to pass the order
which it ought to have passed in the fir^t in-
stance.-A.W.N. (1905), 46. I, 806.

(3) Appellate Court, power of, to — suit
under N.W.P. Tenancy Act II of 1901,— See
ACT 11 OF 1901 (N.V/,P.), No. 13, 2 A.L.J.



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