,-jOO " UTTAR PRADESH GAZETTE, DEOEMBEU P,l, 1955 [PART VIII
The number of appeals instituted under the U. P. Tenancy
Act, Kumaon Tenancy Pvides and the U. P. Zamindari Abolition
and Land Reforms Act' riming Ihe yenr incL'p.asrrl from 13.907 in
the preceding; year to 15.S03 in the year inulci1 report Including
19.837 (revised figures) cases pending al the beginning of the year,
the total for disposal stood at 35.640 VH against 34.0715 in Hie preceding
year. Of these 441 cases as against 1,445 eases last year, were
disposed of by the Commissioners and 14,-SD cases by the Additional
Commissioner* as against 13.J02 during the preceding year
The total number of appealable cases deeided by Subordinate
Courts stood at 71.675 as against 59,208 hist year. The percentage of
eases, which were remanded or in winch the orders nf the lower courts
were reversed or modified, was 32-7 as .igrunsl 37-9 in the preceding
The number of appeals instituted before the Commissioners
under the U. P. Land Revenue Act increased IVnin 1,008 to 3.510
in the year under review. Adding 1,114ft (revised figures) cases
pending from the last year, the total foi disposal stood at 4,562
as against 1.783 in the preceding year. Of these 1,577 appeals as
against 846 in the preceding year were disposed of leaving a balance
of 2,985 cases pending at the close of the year as against 1,043 (revised
figures) last year.
. Five appeals as against 1 during the preceding year under the
U. P. Encumbered Estates Act were instituted before the Com-
missioners during the year under report. Including 93 appeals pend-
ing at the commencement of the year, the total for disposal stood at
98. Only 1 apppeal was disposed of during the year under review
leaving a balance, nf 9,7 appeals at the.close of the year.
19. Review-on the quality of the work and quantity of outtuin of
cases under the U. P. Tenancy Act and the U. P.Land Revenue Act by
the District Coutts and the effect of Rules 4 and 5 of the Zamindari Abo-
lition and Land Reforms Rules and section 342 of the Zamindari Abolition
Act on original and appellate Work—The number of suits and applica-
tions instituted under the Tenancy Act decreased from 2-08 lakhs in the
preceding year to 1-49 lakhs in the year under-review. With 0'63
lakhs cases pending in the beginning of the year, the total for disposal
stood at 2'33 lakhs as against 3-31 lakhs in the preceding year. The
number of cases disposed of by the Collectors and Assistant Collectors
1st and 2nd class was 1-90 lakhs as against 2-47 lakhs in the preceding
year leaving a balance of 0'43 lakhs only.
The number of applications for execution of deciease filed during the
year under report decreased from 543500 in the previous year to 43,902.
Including 17,148 cases pending at the beginning of the year, the total
for disposal stood at 61,050 as against 75,089 during the preceding
year of which 48,598 were disposed of leaving a balance of 12,452 casea
pending at the close of the year.
The total amount involvecl, in the applications for execution of dec-
rees decided during the year decreased from Rs.55,01,954 in the pre-
ceding year to Rs.53,71,081. An amount of Us.21,56,715 representing
40*15 per cent of the decretal amount as against 36'9 per cent int he
preceding year was realized.
The total for disposal of applications filed under, sections 33,34,39
and 41 of the TL P. Land Revenue Act stood at 3,35,480 out of which
2,87,202 applicaions were disposed of.
The number of appeals filed before the Collectors tinder the U. P.
Tenancy Act decreased trom 2,060 in the preceding year to 1,713
during the year under report. The total number of applications for
disposal stood at 2,464 as against 3,422 in the preceding year of which
li'834: as against 2,671 of the preceding year were decided.
•The total number of appeals instituted before the District Judge
under the TJ. P. Tenancy Act increased from 998 in the preceding year
tp 1,133, i&-the yw under review The total,for diaposal stood at
------, _,._,_- iaea-figiwes) appeals pending at the beginning
r . 1,100 aj»peal-s as-against 966