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182. Submission to confirming court.-

When, under the provisions of this Act, a revenue court is required to submit the record of a case to a confirming court, it shall not comply with such provisions-

(i) unless any of the parties to such case has, within seven days of the decree or the order passed therein, made an application bearing a court-fee stamp of the value of two rupees and eight annas to such revenue court, requesting that the record be submitted for confirmation; or

(ii) if such decree or order is passed on the admission of a party to the case, or in terms of a compromise; or is based on the award of an arbitrator appointed by the parties; or

(iii) if the parties to the case apply in writing that they accept the decree or order as final: Provided that if any party challenges a decree or an order mentioned in clause (ii) on the ground that it does not conform to the compromise or the award, or that it goes beyond it, such court shall, on the application of such party, submit the record to the confirming court.

Ajmer Tenancy and Land Records Act, 1950 Back

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