Principles of the case “Jibendra Kishore Vs Province of East Pakistan” [1957 9 DLR (SC) 21]

one principle says about the properties which can be acquired by the government:

state can acquire wakf and debutter property like other properties
and they only have to qualify and restrict such acquisition in the
manner provided in sub-section-5 of section-20″ <of State Acquisition
and Tenacy Act 1950>


another principle says about the consequences of State Acquisition and
Tenancy Act 1950:

the intention of the provision of the Act, was to eliminate all
rent-receiving interest in all the lands in the province and to create
a uniform class of tenants directly under the provincial government

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