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12. Management of notified sugar undertakings pending taking over physical possession by the Custodian.-

(1) Pending the taking over by a Custodian, appointed under section 5, of the physical possession of any notified sugar undertaking, the person in charge of the management of such undertaking immediately before the date of vesting shall on and from that date, be in charge of the management of such undertaking for and on behalf of the Central Government; and the management of such undertaking shall be carried on by such person subject to the provisions contained in sub-section (2) and such directions, if any, as the Central Government may give to him, and no other person, including the said undertaking shall, so long as such management continues, exercise any powers of management in relation to the said undertaking.

(2) No person in charge, under sub-section (1), of a notified sugar undertaking shall, without the previous approval of the Custodian-General appointed under section 5,-

(i) incur any expenditure from the assets appertaining to the undertaking otherwise than for the purpose of making routine payments of salaries or commissions to employees, agents or for the purpose of meeting the routine day to day expenditure;

(ii) transfer or otherwise dispose of any such assets or create any charge, hypothecation, lien or other incumbrance thereon;

(iii) invest in any manner any moneys forming part of such assets;

(iv) acquire any immovable property out of the moneys forming part of such assets;

(v) enter into any contract of service or agency, whether expressly or by implication, for purposes connected wholly or partly with the undertaking or vary the terms and conditions of any contract relating to any such transaction subsisting on the date of vesting.

(3) The approval of the Custodian-General may be given either generally in relation to certain classes of transactions relating to the notified sugar undertaking or specially in relation to any of its transactions.

Sugar Undertakings (Taking Over of Management) Act, 1978 Back

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