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44C. Recovery of expenses of removal.-

If the owner of any such timber, raft or other thing, or the person who has caused any such obstruction, impediment or public nuisance, neglects to pay the reasonable expenses incurred in the removal thereof, within one week after demand or within fourteen days after such removal has been notified in the Official Gazette or in such other manner as the State Government may, by general or special order direct, the competent officer may cause such timber, raft or other thing or the materials of any public nuisance so removed, or so much thereof as may be necessary, to be sold by public auction and may retain all the expenses of such removal and sale out of the proceeds of the sale, and shall pay the surplus of such proceeds or deliver so much of the thing or materials as may remain unsold, to the person entitled to receive the same and if no such person appears, shall cause the same to be kept and' deposited in such manner as the State Government directs, and may, if necessary, from time :to time, realise the expenses- of keeping the same, 'together with the expenses .of sale, or further sale of so much -of the thing or materials as may' remain unsold.

Inland Vessels Act, 1917 Back

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