113. Penalty for illegal entry on a holding.-
(1) A tenant against whom an order of ejectment from a holding or any portion thereof has become final and who re-enters into or remains in occupation of such holding or such portion, as the case may be, without the written, consent of the person entitled to admit him as tenant, shall be deemed to have committed an offence of criminal trespass within the meaning of the Indian Penal Code (Act XLV of 1860).
(2) If a landholder enters upon a holding in the possession of a tenant with the object of dispossessing him of such holding, otherwise than under the provisions of this Act, such landholder shall be deemed to have committed an offence of criminal trespass within the meaning of the Indian Penal Code.
(3) Where a person is convicted of such offence and it appears to the court convicting him that the tenant or the landholder has, by reason of anything done in the course of the commission of the offence, been dispossessed of any land, the court shall order such tenant or landholder to be reinstated in such land.