• Administration of Evacuee Property Act, 1950 (31 of 1950) - Displaced Persons (Compensation and Rehabilitation) Act, 1954 (44 of 1954) - East Punjab Requisitioning of Acquisition of Immovable Property Temporary Powers Act, 1948 (XLVIII of 1948) S. 3 - Notice under Section 3(i) itself constitutes vesting of the property in the State - They would require no further action, apart from the notice which was issued and it would seem therefore that the properties which were described in the notice ought to be taken as a complete vesting of the property - It is an admitted fact that the notice itself does not set forth the properties which are claimed by the private respondents through the petitioner under Section 27 - After the requisition of the property that had vested in the Chandigarh Administration under the Act of 1948 Act, any claim by the private respondents or any order passed by the authorities under the Act of 1954 will be incompetent, for that would mean annulling the effect of vesting that had already taken place - No co-relation with respect to the khasra number - It will be open to it to take an independent action and secure to itself an assertion of right in the manner contemplated by law for correction of khasra number. (176) P.L.R.
  •         Administration of Evacuee Property Act, 1950 (31 of 1950) - Order was passed by the Custodian General, Haryana, directing the Assistant Custodian General, Haryana, to consider the claim of the petitioners for allotment of an alternative area - Neither the petitioners were granted any compensation nor the possession was restored to them on their original piece of land, on which they were admittedly in possession as mortgagees - Besides this, their right for alternate allotment of an equivalent area was also not considered - Petitioner 3-are entitled atleast for consideration of their claim and final determination thereof, by passing an appropriate order by the competent authority, which has not been done. (173) P.L.R.
  •         Administration of Evacuee Property Act, 1950 (31 of 1950) S. 7-A - Evacuee property where the mortgage stipulated a period for redemption, it would stand extinguished on the expiry of the said period or 20 years whichever was  less - Plaintiff claim for prescriptive right to the property as owner does not arise, for once a mortgagee is always a mortgagee - The extinguishment of the mortgage cannot make him the owner of the property but the plaintiffs are in settled possession and to that extent the plaintiffs are entitled to be protected - The remedy of the State, if any, shall be in accordance with law after serving notice and applying such provision as it is possible for securing possession in accordance with law.  (173) P.L.R. 

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