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79. Remedies of Government in respect of loans made to Boards.-

The Central Government or a State Government shall have in respect of loans made by it to a Board, or of loans made to any other authority for the repayment of which the Board is legally liable, the same remedies as holders of Port Trust securities issued by the Board; and such Government shall not be deemed to possess any prior or greater rights in respect of such loans than holders of such Port Trust securities:

Provided that where the terms of any such loan made before the appointed day expressly provide that the loan shall have priority over all other loans in the matter of repayment by the Board, such loan shall have priority.

Major Port Trusts Act, 1963 Back

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