Bhaumik on the Railways Act, 1989 containing allied statutes, rules, regulations, schemes, etc by H. K. Saharay

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Other titlesRailways Act, 1989 (Act no. 24 of 1989), Railways Act, 1989
ContributionsBhaumik, Kumud Nath, b.1894, India
LC ClassificationsKNS1044 .S24 2010
The Physical Object
Pagination63, 990 p. ;
Number of Pages990
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24859255M
ISBN 108171772234
ISBN 109788171772230
LC Control Number2011323027

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construction and maintenance of works chapter iva. land acquisition for a special railway project chapter v. opening of railways chapter vi. The Railways Act, replaces the existing Act of Each section of the centuries old Act has been reviewed, redundant sections deleted, new sections added and existing sections amended as necessary.

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BE it enacted by Parliament Bhaumik on the Railways Act the Fortieth Year of the Republic of India as follows: CHAP PRELIMINARY CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY 1.

Short title and commencement. Short title and commencement. (1) This Act may be called the. The authorised officers would not have the power in respect of certain serious offences namely, offences tinder sections to of the Railways Act, Amendment Act 56 of Statement of Objects and Reasons.

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Definitions. Definition 2. In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires: (1) “Authorized” means authorized by railway administration; (2) “Carriage” means the carriage of passengers or goods by a railway administration; (3) “Claims Tribunal” means the Railway Claims Tribunal established under section 3 of the Railway Claims.

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Reported in: II()ACC; ACJ; (1)ALD; (1)ALT the learned judges, the question relating to the scope, ambit and interpretation of untoward incident under the present railways act, railways act, (act 24 of ), hereinafter referred to as 'act' in short, had been taken up for hearing sri s.r.

ashok, the learned senior counsel representing railways. The Railway Act, was further amended by Acts 28 of56 & 57 of to provide for the following: Section A: When an untoward incident happens whether or not Railway is responsible a passenger who gets injured is entitled for compensation.

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THE RAILWAYS ACT,[PART II] Posted on J | by Legal India Admin. CHAPTER IX-CARRIAGE OR GOODS Maintenance of rate-books, etc., for carriage of goods.- Every railway administration shall maintain, at each station and at such other places where goods are received for carriage, the rate-books or other documents which shall.

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(1) This Act may be called the Railways Act, The first Central Station was near Redfern and rail commuters from the west and south had to transfer to trams or omnibuses for the final run into the Central Business District. As the city grew and more workers made their way into the centre, the system was coming under increasing pressure.

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Explanatory Notes for General Studies. Plan, profile and book of reference. 15 (1) On compliance with sect a company must make a plan, profile and book of reference of the railway. (2) The plan must show the following: (a) the right of way, with lengths of sections in miles; (b) the names of terminal points; (c) the station grounds; (d) the property lines and owners' names; (e) the area length and width of land proposed to.

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Subject to the control of the Central Government, the Commissioner, whenever it is necessary so to do for any of the purposes of this Act, may- (a) enter upon and inspect any railway or any rolling stock used thereon.

(c) It is further contended that Section 61 of the Railways Act, which deals with maintenance of rate books etc. for carrying of goods provides for that “every railway administration shall maintain, at each station and at such other places where goods are received for carriage, the rate-books or other documents which shall contain the.

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