This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1873 edition. Excerpt: ...that further enquiry as to the nature of the claim ought to be made by the Court, or if any person whom the Collector has reason to think interested does not attend, or if the Collector is unable to agree with the persons interested who have attended in pursuance of the notice as to the amount of compensation to be allowed, or if upon the said enquiry any question respecting the title to the land or any rights thereto or interests therein arise between or among two or more persons making conflicting claims in respect thereof, the COLLECTOR SHALL REFER the matter TO the determination of the COURT in manner hereinafter appearing. Taking possession. XVI. When the COLLECTOR has made an award under Section 14 or a reference to the Court under Section 15, he MAY TAKE POSSESSION of the land, which shall thereupon vest absolutely in the Government free from all encumbrances. XVII. In CASES OF URGENCY, whenever the local Government so directs, the Collector (though no such reference has been directed or award made) may, on the expiration of fifteen days from the publication of the notice mentioned in the first paragraph of Section 9, take possession of any waste or arable land needed for public purposes or for a COMPANY. Such land shall thereupon vest absolutely in the Government free from all encumbrances. The Collector shall offer to the persons interested COMPENSATION FOR the STANDING CROPS and trees (if any) on such land; and in case such ofler is not accepted, the value of such crops and trees shall be allowed for in awarding compensation for the land under the provision 3 herein contained. PART III. Reference To Court And Procedure Thereon. XVIII. In making a reference under Section 15, the COLLECTOR SHALL STATE FOR the information of the COURT, in...
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