THE CANTONMENTS ACT, (ACT NO. II OF ). [16th February, ]. 2. An Act to consolidate and amend the law relating to the administration of. 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, . (xiii) “Executive Officer” means the person appointed under this act to be the Executive Officer of a.

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Books of account and registers shall be strongly bound and paged before being brought into use, and, unless otherwise specifically stated, accounts shall not be prepared in loose sheets or in loosely bound volumes. Permission for use of new burial or burning ground. Act 24 of came into force on the 31st October, Provided that nothing in this section shall apply in the case of a factory to which the 70 [ Factories Act, ], applies.

Adjustment by bill shall not be made unless such bill has been accepted and passed.

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Tax on buildings and land to be a charge thereon. Distraint not to be invalid by reason of immaterial defect. Cantonmentw, while suffering from, or in circumstances in which he is likely to spread, any infectious or contagious disease,- a makes, carries or offers for sale in a cantonment or takes any part in cantonmdnts business of making, carrying or offering for sale therein any article of food or drink or any medicine or drug for human consumption, or any article of clothing or bedding for personal use or wear, or b takes any part in the business of the washing or carrying of clothes, shall be punishable with fine which may extend to one hundred Taka.

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Felling, lopping and trimming-of trees. Power to vary constitution of Boards in special circum-stances. XXI of to Act No. Instead of proceeding against a defaulter by distress and sale as hereinbefore provided in this Chapter, or after a defaulter has been so proceeded against unsuccessfully or with only partial success, cantonmeents sum due or the balance of any sum due, as the case may be, from such defaulter on account of a tax may be recovered from him by a suit in any Court of competent jurisdiction.

Save as otherwise provided in sectionevery order of an appellate authority shall be final. Provided that thea[Board] shall not incur any expenditure for acquiring or renting land beyond the limits of cantonmehts cantonment or for constructing any work beyond such limits except. Noa[distress levied or attachment made] under this chapter shall be deemed unlawful, nor shall any person making the same be deemed a trespasser, on account only of any defect of form in the notice of demand,a[warrant of distress or attachment and sale] or other proceeding relating thereto; nor shall any such person be deemed a trespasser ab initio on account of any irregularity afterwards committed by him; but any person who sustains any special damage by reason of any such irregularity shall be entitled to recover compensation for the same by suit in a Court of competent jurisdiction.


Power to make regulations. Constitution of Committee of Arbitration. If a fresh cheque is not issued in place of the lost cheque, the procedure laid down in sub- rule 2 ofrule 34shall be followed. Every notice, order or requisition issued by a Board under this Act or any rule or bye-law made thereunder shall be signed- a either by the President of the Board or by he Executive Officer, or, b by the members of any committee especially authorised by the Board in this behalf.

Act l5of l,Clause Clause c omitted by Act 53 ofsec. Overcrowding of dwelling houses. Contracts by whom to be executed.

A Board may exempt, for a period not exceeding one year at a time from the payment cantonmenta any tax or any portion of a tax imposed under this Act, any person who is in its opinion by reason of poverty unable to pay the same. The other amendments are verbal.

Power to fix rates and charges. Boundary walls, hedges and fences. S 2, Ext” P. Seesection 1 2 3 4 5 S. When there is any hindrance to the permanent or temporary acquisition upon payment of any land required by aa[Board] for the qct of this Act theb[Central Government] may, at the request of thea [Board],c[procure the acquisition thereof] under the provisions ofthe Land Acquisition Act,and on payment by thea[Board] of the compensation awarded under that Act and of the charges incurred by the Government in connection with the proceedings, the land shall vest in thea[Board].

Term of office of members. No appeal shall be decided under this Chapter unless the appellant has been heard, or has had a reasonable opportunity of being heard in person or through a legal practitioner. In the event of a cheque being so returned, no fresh cheque shall be issued, but the lapsed cheque shall be re-dated and the alteration initialled 9124 the drawing officer, a note of the fact of re-dating being entered in the general cash book against the original entry.


Power of expenditure for educational purposes outside the cantonme nt. Use of public market. Whoever cat a cantonment- a uses a public conveyance while suffering from an infectious or contagious disease, or b uses a public conveyance for the carriage of a person who is suffering from any such disease, or c uses a public conveyance for the carriage of the corpse of a person who has died from any such disease, shall be bound to take proper precautions against the communication of the disease to other persons using or who may thereafter use the conveyance and to notify such use to the owner, driver or person in charge of the conveyance, and further to report without delay to the Executive Officer the number of the conveyance and the name of the person so notified.

The total of the advances made during every month as shown in this register shall be agreed with the corresponding monthly total shown in the classified abstract, and acf former shall be initialled by the Executive Officer in token of such agreement. Levy of stallages, rents and fees. Care of naked lights.

Finality of appellate orders. Provided that nothing in this section shall be deemed to prohibit the use, subject to the permission in writing of the Board, of lights for purposes of illumination on the occasion of a festival or public or private entertainment. Arrest of persons and seizure and confiscation of things for offences against the two last foregoing sections. Owner’s consent ordinarily to be obtained.

Public latrines, urinals and conservancy establishments. Admissibility of document or entry as evidence. Tax on buildings and land to be a charge thereon. It is proposed to amend this section suitably to provide for the laying of the regulations made by the Board before each House of Parliament as per the recommendations of the Committee on Subordinate Legislation. Unauthorised possession of spirituous liquor.

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Thirty days from ser- rderly person to remove vice of notice. Subs by Act 15 ofs.

Prohibition and restriction of use of slaughter-houses. The loss of the cheque shall be noted on the counterfoil.