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The Punjab District Boards Act, 1883

54. Disputes.-

If any dispute, for the decision of which this Act does not otherwise provide, arises between two or more boards constituted under this Act, or between a municipal committee or cantonment authority and any such board, the matter shall be referred-

(a) to the Deputy Commissioner, if the local authorities concerned are in the same dis - trict;

(b) to the Commissioner or Commissioners of the division or divisions, if the local authorities concerned are in different districts ; and

(c) to the Local Government, if the local authorities concerned are in different divisions and the Commissioners of those divisions cannot agree.

(2) The decision of the authority to which any dispute is referred under this section shall be final.

(3) If, in the case mentioned in clause (a), the Deputy Commissioner is a member of one of the boards or committees concerned, his functions under this section shall be discharged by the Commissioner.

(4) "Local authority" in this section means a district board, local board, municipal committee or cantonment authority.



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