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27. Works benefiting other land.- (1) Where a Bhumidhar or Asami has made an improvement on land and such land is sold in lieu of arrears of land revenue or in execution of a decree for payment of money or the Bhumidhar or Asami is ejected from such land, the purchaser or the landholder, as the case may be, shall become the owner of the improvement but the Bhumidhar or Asami shall be entitled to other benefit of the improvement in respect of the land remaining in his possession to the same extent and in the same manner as it had hitherto benefited thereby.

(2) Where the Bhumidhar or Asami has made an improvement on land which remains in his possession after a portion of his land has been sold in lieu of arrears of land revenue or in execution of a decree or order of Court for payment of money or after he has been ejected from a portion of his land, the purchaser or the landholder, as the case may be, shall be entitled to the benefit of such improvement in respect of land which does not remain in the possession of the Bhumidhar or Asami to the same extent and in the same manner as it had hitherto benefited thereby.

 

 

 

 

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