The Court-Fees Act 1870

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CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY 1. Short title. This Act may be called the Court-fees Act, 1870. Extent of Act. It extends to the whole of India except 2 the territories which, immediately before the 1st November, 1956, were comprised in Part B States Commencement of Act. And it shall come into force on the first day of April, 1870. 3 1A. Definition of "appropriate Government". In this Act "the appropriate Government" means, in relation to fees or stamps relating to documents presented or to be presented before any officer serving under the Central Government, that Government, and in relation to any other fees or stamps, the State Government. --------------------------------------------------------------------- 1 It has been declared inapplicable to proceedings before officers making a settlement, and in certain other cases under the Sonthal Parganas Settlement Regulation 3 of 1872 , s. 8, as amended by the Sonthal Parganas Justice and Laws Regulation, 1899 3 of 1899 . It has been amended in- Ajmer-Merwara by Act 31 of 1930 Andaman and Nicobar Islands by Regulation 2 of 1957. Assam by Assam Acts 12 of 1860, 4 of 1922, 3 of 1932, 18 of 1947, 8 of 1950, 27 of 1954, 22 of 1955, 3 and 19 of 1958 and 28 of 1972 Bengal by Bengal Acts 3 of 1898, 4 of 1922, 6 of 1922, 7 of 1935, 11 of 1935 and 3 of 1941 Bihar by Bihar Acts 17 of 1939, and 7 of 1958 Bihar and Orissa by B. O. Act 2 of 1922 Bombay by Bombay Acts 2 of 1932 and 15 of 1943 C.P. by C.P. Act 16 of 1935 C.P. and Berar by C. P. and Berar Acts 9 of 1938, 16 of 1940, 9 of 1941, 5 of 1945 and 7 of 1948 and M. P. Acts 4 and 38 of 1950, 13 and 22 of 1951 and 9 of 1953 Haryana by Haryana Acts 11 of 1974 and 22 of 1974 Himachal Pradesh by H. P. Act 4 of 1952 Madhya Pradesh by M.P. Acts 24 of 1975 and 4 of 1976 Madras by Madras Acts 5 of 1922 and 17 of 1945 Meghalaya by Megh. Acts 2 and 5 of 1973. Orissa by Orissa Acts 5 of 1939, 4 of 1945, 13 of 1957, 12 of 1974 and 55 of 1975 Punjab by Act 17 of 1887 and Punjab Acts 7 of 1922, 1 of 1942, E. P. Act 26 of 1949 and Pun. Acts 31 of 1953, 19 of 1957, 20 of 1960 and 9 of 1979 and U.P. by U.P. Acts 12 of 1922, 3 of 1933, 2 of 1936, 19 of 1938, 9 of 1941, 14 of 1942, 8 of 1943, 5 of 1944, 14 of 1948, 28 of 1957, 44 of 1958 when notified , 10 of 1959, 4 of 1961, 34 of 1970 and 9 of 1975. West Bengal by W. B. Act 23 of 1959 when notified . It has been repealed in part in partially excluded areas in Madras and Koraput by Madras Reg. 6 of 1940 and Orissa Reg. 7 of 1943, respectively. Extended to and brought into force in Dadra and Nagar Haveli w.e.f. 1-7-1965 by Reg. 6 of 1963, s. 2 and Sch. I. Rep. in its application to Bombay Area and Coorg District of Mysore by Mysore Act 16 of 1958. Amended in its application to Delhi by Central Act 28 of 1967. 2 Subs. by the Adaptation of Laws No. 2 Order, 1956, for "Part B States". 3 Ins. by the A. O. 1937. 16 1 2. "Chief Controlling Revenue-authority" defined. Rep. by the A. O. 1937.
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