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ADAPTATION OF LAWS ORDERS

PART IhP

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PREFACE

This volume reproduces the text of various Orders (as amended

from time to time) issued-under the Constitution of India up to the

2002.

This edition consists of Part I and Part II. Part I reproduces the text of Constitutional Orders other than the Adaptation of Laws Orders. Part I1 consists of the Adaptation of Laws Orders issued under the Constitution and the Acts relating to territorial adjustments and formations of new States.

SUBHASH C. JAIIV

Secretary to the Govt. of India, Ministry of Law and Justice (Legislative Department).

 

C1. Cls.

for

Clause, Clauses.

C.O.

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Constitution Order.

Ins.

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Inserted.

P.

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Page.

Pt.

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Part.

Rep.

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Repealed.

 

S., Sec.

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Section.

Sch.

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Schedule.

 

Subs.

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Substituted.

IV.

e, F.

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with effect from.

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CONTENTS

 

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SHORTTITLE

 

PAGE

So.

 

Adaptation of Laws Orders

 
 

1.

The i\daptation of Laws Order, 1950-

 
 

I:irst Schedule

Central Acts

.

.

.

.

 

Srcond Schetl~~lc

Central Ordinances

 

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.

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.

 

.

 

'I'hird Schedule

Central Regulations

.

.

.

Fourth Srhedulc

Regulations of the Madras Code

 

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.

Fifth Srheduir

liegulations

of the Bombay Code

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.

 

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.

Si:;th Schedule

Regulations

of the Bengal Code

 

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.

.

 

Sr\.enth ~chcd~~l&

 

I:ig.htl~ Schedule

Ma.dras Regulations made pnder the India Act, 1935

.

.

.

.

Governmrnt

of

 

Xi nt!~Schedule

nomhay Acts

.

.

'I'g.nth Srhctlulc

1301nbay Regulations made under the Government of India Act, 1935

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.

.

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.

 
 

13engal and West Bengal Acts

.

 
 

'l':\.tllftll Sched~~le

Rengal Regulation madk India Act, 1935

.

under

 

the

Governinent

of

 

'l'l~il.tr~c~lthSchednle

Uttar Pradesh,Acts

 

.

l'ou~teenth Schedule

Punjab Acts

.

.

.

I:i!'trri~rh Sc!~rdi.~le

Punjab Regulation

.

made under

the

Government

of

 
 

India Act, 1935

 

.

.

 

Si~rccntl~&hrd~tlr

Bihar and Orissa Acts and Bihar Acts

 

.

Si-\,tmtc-i:ntl~Srl~edule

Bihar Regulation made under the Government of India Act, 1935

.

.

.

.

 

I

i:l~tcc~~thSchedule

Orissa Acts

.

.

Y~~~etcc~~lhSc l~etl~~le Or~ssa Regulations India Act, 1935

made

under

the Government of

 
 

.

.

.

.

 

I'\\i.~lt~t-thSchrdule

AIadhya Pradesh Acts

.

.

.

.

.

'J'\\.cl~ty-fil.sr Sc-hetlule

Berar Regulation

.

.

'i'\\-rnr\--~~ro~~<LSched~~leAssam Acts

 

.

.

.

.

.

i

 

I'\\ r~tc\.-th 3rd

Schedr~lc

Assam

Regulations

 

made

under

the Government 01

 
 

India Act. 1935

.

.

.

.

242

2. 'I'he :\clnptation of the Travancore-Cochin Lanrl Acquisition La,vs Order, 1952

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243

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CONTENTS

SL.

No.

3.

The Andhra (Adaptation of Laws on union' Subjects) Ordcr, I954

.

.

.

4.

The Adaptation

of Laws

(No.

1) Order,

1956

5.

The Adaptation

of Laws

(No. 2) Order,

1956

.

.

.

.

.

6.

The Adaptation

of Laws

(No. 3) Order,

1936

.

.

.

.

,

.

7.

The Adaptation

of

Laws

(No. 4)

Order,

1957

,

8.

The Adaptation

of Laws (No. 5) Order,

1957

,

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.

.

.

.

9.

The Saurashtra (Adaptation of Laws on TJrliori Subjects) Order, 1957

.

.

10.

The Bombay Reorganisation (Adaptation of Laws on Union Subjects) Order, 1961

1 I.

The Bombay Reorganisation (Adaptation of Laws on Union Subjects) No. 2 Order,

1961

.

.

.

.,.

 

12.

The State of Nagaland (Adaptation of Laws on Union Subjects) Order, 1365 .

13.

'The Punjab Reorganisation (Chandigarh and Himachal Pradesh) (Adaptation of Laws on Concurrent and State Subjects) Order, 1967

.

.

.

14.

The Punjab Reorganisation and Delhi

High

Court

(Adaptation

of

Laws

on

Union Subjects) Order, 1968

.

.

1.i.

The Punjab Reorganisation

(Chandigarh) (Adaptation

of

1.au.s

on State and

 

1G.

Concurrent Subjects) Order, 1968

.

.

.

.

.

.

.

The Himachal Pradesh (Adaptation of Laws on State and Concurrent Subjects) Order, 1968

.

.

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.

.

17. The Madras State (Alteration of Name) (Adaptation of Laws on Union Subjects)

Order, 1970

.

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18. The North-Eastern Areas (Reorga~iisation)(Arunachal Pradesh) (Adaptation of Laws) Order, 1972

19. The North-Eastern Areas (Reorganisation) (Ar~~~lachalPradesh) (~daptationof Laws) No. 2 Order, 1972

.

*

.

20. 'She State of Himachal Order, 1973 .

21:

Pradesh

(Adaptation

of

Laws

.

.

on

Union

.

Subjects)

.

.

The Public Employment (Requiren?entes ts ?,csideiict) Aii (Adaptation) Order,

1973

.

.

.

.

.

.

245

247

249

276

30 1

303

305

309

311

312

313

314

317

324

332

335

339

34 1

342

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'AGE

PART 11.-ADAPTATION

OE LAWS OmEB

'ADAP'TATION

OF LAWS ORDER 1950

C.O. 4

Whereas by clause (2) of. ariicle 372 of the Constitution of India (herein- after referred to as "the 'Constit~~tion")the President is empowered by Order to make such aclaptatioils and niodilications of ::ny law ill force in tbt: territory of India, whether by way of repeal or an~e~):lmentas rnay I?e necessary or expedient lor the purpose sf bl-inging the pro:isions of such .law into accord with the provisions of the Constitrltion, and to provide that thc law shall, as from such date as may be specified in the Order, have effect subject to the adaptations :111dniodi~c.:~tio~~sSO made;

Now, thcl-cfol-c, ill. cxercisc of the powers ronferrcd by the Constitntion and of all other powcrs ellabling him in that behalf, the President is pleased to make the following Order, namely:-

1.

.(]) This Order may be called the Adaptation of

Laws Order,

1!J50.

(2) It

2.

shall

come

this Omrdcr-

into

(1) Tn

force on

the

26tl

day

of

January,

1950.

of

((:) "appointed

(b) "existing

clay" mcans the

Central

law"

26th (lay of

an\

law

means

January,

in

force

1950;

in

the

territory

India

immediately before

the

appointtd

day, but

does not include-

(i) an existing I'rovincial law;

(ii) an existing Slatc law: or

(iii) an Act of I'arlianient

of

the TJnitccl Kingdom or ally Order

in Cor111ci1,lule or othcr i~istrumeiit,nade u~~dersuch an Acr;

(t:) "existing

Provincial

law" means-

 

(i) any

Provincial

Act

or

any

Ordinance

or

Regulation

made

1)s [he Governor ol a

1'1ovinte n~~dcgthc Govcrnnient of

India Act.

1335; or

jii)

any rule, bye-law,

reg~~lat~on.order, notification or other in-

strument made

undcr

an\

s~~chPro\ ncial

Art, Ordinance or

Regu-

lation;

which, immediately before the appointed day, was a law in force in any Province or part thereof, and inclt;des, with respect to a merged territlxy, an!; law in force in such terri:ory immediately before the ap- pointed day which was made for that ter!-itory or'any part thereof by the Legisla.ture or other competent authorit;;. of [he corresponding Indian State or urider the Extra-Provincial Jurisdiction Act, 1047;

(d) "existing State law" 'means an Act, Ordinance or other legislative enactment by whatever nanlit calld wh ch immediately before the ap- pointed day was a law in force ill an 11;dian State corresponding to the whole or 211); part of a Part R State, and ,vas passed by the Legislat~cl-eor other tompc,tent authoritv of such an I idian State or was made undrr

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_5_

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C. 0. 4, dated the 2Gth ,Janilary, 1950,

Gazette of India, ~xtraordinnr~:Part11, Section 3(i), pl.5~449. Subsequently amendcd by C.0. '7,

C.O. 25, C.O. 29 and C.0. 42 ir?fia

'Published with the Ministrv of Law, Notification

No

ADAP'SA1'ION Ob' LAWS ORDERS

(C.O. 4.)

[he Extra-Provincial .JII!-isdiction Act,

bye-law or other instrument so in force which was made under any such Act, Ordinance or lcgislativc enactment;

Central law, exking Provincial

law or existing State law.

1897, applies for the interpretation of this

1947, and iilcludes ally rule, order,

(e) "existing

law"

means, an existipg

(2) The General Clauses Act,

Order

as

it

applies for the

interpretation of

a Central Act.

Purt I-Adaplatton

of ~[exi.rlingCcnl~alor Provit~ciallatlls]

3. As from L~Cappointed day, thc I[existing Central or Provincial laws] mentioned in thc Schcdulcs to this Order shall, until repealed or amended by a competent Legislature or other competent authority, have effect sub.ject

lo the

is

so dircr icd, shall stand I-epealcd.

acl

:tations

and modifications directed

by

those Schedules or,

if

it

4. (1) Whcncver

an

expression

mcntiolled

in

column

1

of

thc

Tal~lc

hereunder printed occurs (otherrvise than in a titlc or preamble or in a cita- tion or descriptioll of an enactmcllt) in an '[existing Central or I'rorril~cial law] yllvhethcl an Act, 0rdinal.lc:e or Regltln~ion lncntioned irl 1-11eSchctlllles to this Order or not, thcn, unlcss that cxprcssion is by this Order exprcsssly directed to 1)c otherwisc ndnprcd 01. modified, or to stand unmodified, or to l>c omitted, there shall he substitutccl therefor thc expression set opposite to it in columl~2 of the said 'I'nl)lc, and t11cl.c shall also bc made in any sclltcS:lcc

in which the expression occurs such c:orisequential amendments as the rules of grammar may require.

I

East Punjab $[The Uni tc:d P~.ovinccs]1 United Provinces

Thc Central Provinces and Bt:ral.

Ajmer-Merwara . Governor Gcucral

j

.

Governol-'s Province . Governors' Provinces .

Chief Commissioners' Provinces

Indian State

T~I3r.e

 

.

Prtnjal)

.

 

Tt2T*.,

LC‘L1

nI ,,-,I 'CCI~lo.cpL

.

.

Madhya Pradesl~

.

President

.

.

Part A State Part A States

.

Part C States

.

t f

I

ADAPTATION

OF

LAWS

ORDERS

.y rule, order, nder any such

$

"

$ f

ing Provincial

:tation of

this

.ovincial lawsj

amended

effect subject

is

1

cs

or

or,

if

it

of thc Tablc

a cita-

:

or

in

3

- - - - ,

-. -

(C.O.4.)

--

Pl~ovincc(exccpt wllerc it occurs in any expression mentioizccl above)

.

.

Statc

l'roviilcii~l .

.

Slatc

l'rovinces

(cxccpt where it occurs in any expression

mentioned above)

-

.

.

State!

-

(2j A direction in the Schedules to this Order that a specified '[existing Central or P~oviilcial law4 or section or portion of such law shall stirid ~~nmodifiedshall be coilstrued melcly as a direction that it is no: lo be modi- ficd or adaplcd in accordance with 'the provisions of this paragr. Ph.

5. Whcle this Order requires that in any specified :[existing; Centrai or I'rovincial lawj, or in any section 01 othe~.portion of such law, c~tainwerds shall bc substituted for certain other words, or that certain words. shall be oniitted, that substitution 01 omission, as the case inay be, shall, cixcept where it is otherwise expressly provided, be made wherever the words referred to occur in that law or, as the case nlay be, in il:a~scction or portiorl.

or I3rovi~~cia1

6. (1) The

following

provisions

shall

have

cffect

where

:u:y

'[.exlsr~ng

Central or Provincial law] which u~derihis Order is to be adapted or modified

has belore lie appointed day been aiiiended either generally oi: in relation to any particular area, by the il~sertioi~or omission of words, or the sub- sli t~itioii of words. for otiler word.,-

(a) eRect shall first be given in' tlie amending law to ar:y adaptation r as the rulcs or ~iioclilic:;~tionreclujrccl 1)y paragraphs three and five of this Order to I)c iiiadc thcrein;

.ified, or to l~c

opposite to

I any scntc-;~cc "

thc

Schcd r~les

rdcr exprcassly

it

f

a Pradesl~

(b) the original law shall then be amended, either ge~erallyor, as the caae may he, in its appliralioli to the particular area, ,o as to give effect to the directions contained in the amending law o , svhcre any adaptation or modification has fallen to be made under clause (a), in tlial law ;tb so adaplcd 01. ~iiodilied; al~d

(c) all adapta'cions or modifications required by this Order t9 be

made in

except so far as in ~hccase of )any particular area they m; y be inappli- cable.

the original law shall the11 be made in that law a.

so amended,

State

States

State

States

Statc

$States t

e

of' India

rt

B States

----

(C.

0. 29

('2) In this parng~aph,refercrlces to the amendment of a law by tlie inser- tioil or oniissio~1of .WOI-~Sor the sul)stit~ltioi~of words do not inclutle refer- ences to an ainendnient which is effected merely by directing that certain ~vosdsshall be construed in a particular manner.

7. Ail: leference in any existing Central law to the House of tllc People shall, until that House is constituted and sulnmonkd to nleer for the first scssion under the: provisions of the Constitution, be construed as a reference to thc provisiional Parliament fun~tioniii~under article 379 of th&iCons~itution.

8, Notwithstanding any amendment made by this Order in the cxtent clause of an '[existing Central or Provincial law], that law shall lot be dcemed to have bcec c>%tendedto ,uiy ;?rea to which it did not exterl irnrnediately

kforc the appolntcd day; and a iefe~e~lc-cill that law to an: State or class

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lSt~bs.by the Adaptation of Laws (Third Amendtnerlt) Order, 1951 (C.O.29,

ijlfm, for "esistii,g

Czntml, Madras or F%cmb?y1.n~".

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dated 4-4-1951)

3

(C.O. 4.)

of States shall noi, unless tLie conlext o!.helrvisc requires be deemed to include a refy1enc.c to an.:: pat of .[hat SLalc 01. c:las~of Slates lo rvhich [hat law did i~otextend irnn1et:iately bcfcrc ihe appointed day.

9.

111 lire

app!ic;itiori'of

;~nyexistilrg Central law

LO

tile tel.rilory whic:l~.

irnrnediately befor- the. appointed day, was colliprised ill the (;hie[ Colnluis- sioner's l'rovi.~lcc : :f l'a111h Piploda, , ref(:rcuces by whatc~cr for~nof worcls to Part (; States shal.1, al~clI-cferc~icesby wlxitcvel- forill of wu!:ds to 1'al.r B States shall not, be curis 1-11cdas refcreilccs to such territory, :in(! references to Sate Government shall be construed as references to the Government of Madhya

Bharat.

10. 111 ;illy '[c:isting

Central

or

l'io\~inci;~llaru]

refcrciices. by

wl~atever

Korm of words to ''art A St:~tcsshall not, a11cl references by whatcvcr form

of words to Part B States shall, include references to the territories, being part

of thc

State of

A:s:iln,

ruhic:h, irr~~i~etliaiclyljcfore

thc

appoi~ltcd day,

wcl-c

known as the Khazi States.

 

?):I!]. As

lroul

the

appointetl

day,

;111

existing ' Statc

l;i\vs. sllall.

ulliil

repealed or altered w anlentlet1 by ;a conl.petent Legislature or other conlpctcrit

authority, be subjccc to

In any ex isii~~g;State law, ally ;.efel-e~iccby wl~zitcvcrforiri of words

~hcadaptatio~isciirected

in

this Older.

'[12].

LO 13rilish sul,jct:ts .)r r110ject.s of 2111 Indi:i11 Siatc ' shall bz COIIS~I.LIC~;IS a

zeference to cici~e~lsof Illdia,

ol' the El-ilish Naciolalily Act, 1948, or ;ill). cl;\ssof such citizi~~sas 111~st~l>jec~.

or contest nlay reqil i :.e.

Comino~~wtaltl:citizeils

;is de5ncd ill sectiol~ 1

"131.

111 ally esijting Statc law, any rcfere~~tieI)y ivllatcvcr forin of words

lo 1[7!: (rO\'~r~~l)!el!tGI: 111c111Cfi:ol Stace fo~01. i'or ally p;~~tof wl~ichs~~clila~v

is lriade shall l~eco! .slruetl as :I rclc:~.encc to ~11e(;ovcrliu~cil~of tllc Part B

State to tllc \\~1101e oi

the

p;il-t of whi(:l~such Jndian StaLe corresponds.

State

law,

rcfcrcllccs

LO.

British

india

"147.

In

;III~ existing

or.

to

l'lo\.il~c:cigc~icrally.si:all l)c c.olls11.ucd as ~-tLercnc:csto the wiiolc of tlic tc1.1.i-

1o1.i~~for he L~IIICb.:ir~g. co~npl.isetlwit hi^; Part A States

ancl 1:eTcl ejlccs LO a !':.ovincc shall be corlst~:led as rclcrc~nccsI,.) n 01. a 1'al.t. C SL;~L~.

al:rl l'art

I'arl

C S~aIcs

.\i

Statc

pl.ovidcd by :his Order, ,all powers which under

al!!;

:.l.liy person or autkiority shall con-

tilii~e to he so vested or exercisable until other provision is. rriade by sonic

Legislatuic 01. a~lthoi

whatever

lor111 of lilords

of the passing of th;t.t ' aw to exercise any po-vers or autl;loritics, or. todischarge

the

7151. Save as is

law

hcrrvise

in force in

i~idiaor a!ll.

part

chtycof

wcre, immecliatcly

in

before

:tplwil~te$.d;i):, r~cstc.ciin or tixercisable by

~ycilipowered

to

7161, Subject to

r?e

provisioils of

in- AI-!.~,

exisli~iglaw

to

reg-date the matter

question.

this Order, ally refere~ceby

an)- aurhority

compctalt

at

the date

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'St~bs.1 v the Adaptati.: ; of Laws ('Third Amendmcit) Order, !95 ( (C.0. "9, dntcd 4-4-!95!),

inha, for '(existing Central, b ?adras cr Romhay 1.a~".

The 0r;11181

Part TI \(;

s omi!teA, Parts I11 and 11; were renumbered as P.'.:.rs

I1 and 111 and

pragraphs 18 to 28 rvt:rc icspecti\;ely rcmnnbc!-c.d rrt pnrag.a~Jls il to i'l by the P,dap-

tation

OF Li:$94 (.'rhlrd

.

.

Am.;.

.drr~cnt)Order, 1951 (C

G.

29,ciated 4-4-1 951).

.

.

1

1

(hacevcr

b, bei~~gpart.

!)y

MI.latevcr

form

were

tcd day,

?

i

i i

*

I

I(""

of words

Ialv

1Lhc 1'21 1 &

.\[IcII

is.

Or

(0

t11c

(G.O. 4-Pint

Schedule.)

any functions, in any pal-t of Ir~diasbitll, where a corresponding newmutt~ority has been constituted by or under the Constitution, have effect until duty rcpe;,letl or amcnclcd as if: it wcre a refcrehc~to that new authority.

'[17]. The provisiolis of this Ordcr which adap~or modify any law so as to alter thc manner i11 which, the authority by which, or the law under or ill accortlance with which, ;In). powf.rs are exerrisahl(~,shall not I-cnder invalid ally notification, order, corr~~iiilnlenc,attachmelit, bye-law, rule or regula~ion duly made or issued, or iin).thir~gduly dotle, lxfore the appointed day; and any such no~ification~'order, comniitnient, attachment, bye-law, rule, regula-

Lion or thing inay be rcvokcd, varicd or t~ndoncin the lilrc lnallncr, to the like extent and in the like circi~nlsta~ic~sas if it had been made, issued or done after the cninmenceinent of this Order by the competent authority and under and in acc:ordance with the provisiorls then applicable to such n case.

'[118]. Tn ;111y existing law, :illy reference by name or description to ally ~eiii~oryshall, unlcus thc contrary illtcntioll appcilrr; or iinlcss it has been, or is by this Ortler, otherwise expressly provided, be construed as a reference to the territory which bore tha~name or answered to that descriptior~at thc date when the e~lactmcnt containing that llallie or description came into

o.pratior1.

'[19]. Where ally rule, order or other instrunlclit was in force under any provisioll of the Goverlllnent of Incli~~Act, 1935, or urider ally Act anelldillg or supplementing that Act, in~n~ediatelybefore the appointed day, sod -such provision is re-enacted with. or ~vithoutmodifications in the Constitution, the said rule, order or ilis~rumentshall, so far as,applicable, remain in farce with the nccess;Lry modilicatiolis as from the appointed day as if it were a rule,

order or ins~runien~of the appropriate kind duly made by the appropriate au~horityunder the said provision of the Constitution, and may be varied or revoked accordingly.

'[20], Xo!hing in this Olrlcr 3h;rll ;~fl'ccc the previous operation of, or anything dul) done or ruffered ti~lder,any existing law, or ally right, privilege, obligatioli or liability already acquired, accrued or incurred under any such

forfeit~li-eor punislln~ellt incurred ill respect of any

law, or any pen;ilt);,

oficnc-e already colnrnitteti ;gainst any such law.

'[All, Any Court, l'ribunal or authority required or empowered to enforce ally law in force ill the tenitoly of India imnlediately befole the appointed day shall, notwithstd~icIingg that this Order make> no provisioli or illsufficient provisior~ for the adaptation of the law for the purpose ol: bringing it into ;lccord ~ritlithe provisiolis of the Constitution, construe the law with all such ad;tpt;itio~is as are necrssary for thc said purpose.

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a

TP

#

1

CENTRAL.

ACI'S

(11 of

1854)

7'11is Act shall stanc! repealed.

(C.O. 4-Fir~1

Schedule.)

I'HE PROPERTY IN LAND ACT, 1837

(IV of

1837)

1his Act shall stand repea!ed.

'THE

SecFiorz 2.-For

BOMBAY COAS'TIXG-VESSELS ACT,

(XIX of

1838)

1838

"any

of Her

hlajesty's

s~ibjects" bubstiiute

"any

citize~~

of India"

and for "any

of

the same Her Majesty's

subjects"

substityte "any

such citize~i".

 

'[Sections 4, 5 .and

6.-For

"Mastcl-A~tendant" substitute

"Principal Ofi-

cer, hlercaritile Marine Department".]

-

Section

India".

%-For

"East

Indian

Company"

substitute

, "Government

of

ktbn 11.-For

"Part

I11 of

the Govmtlment of

India Act,

Gover~lment"substitute

stitl~tr"tlie

C;ovei-nment".

Constitu~ion" and for "Local

1935"

"Provincial

sub-

THE BOMUAY HAQQA PROHIBITION ACT,

1839

 

(XX of

1839)

 

Section 4.-For

"the

Goveriinlerlt

of

Il!dia

Act,

1935"

substitute

"the

Cui~stitutic~n".

 

(XXIX of

1839)

SCctio~i 15.-For

"of

Her

Majesty's

Courts"

substitute "Court"

 

THK INDIAN REGISTRA'TION

(X ol 1841)

OF SHIPS ACT, 1841

Compaliy,

or belonging to Native Princes Iiidia".

Section I. --Omj~ Ll~eI.r~,t,Srcorzd and Third pdragi aphs beginning with the words "WHEREAS by a StaLute passed" and ending with the words "pri-

States

"of

I,irng title.--Foi

"undei

the

Go\clllinen~01

of

or their

the

East

subjects"

Iildia

substitute

lilege,

:~ilii advziltages of British ships under such Proclamation as aforesaid";

as afores;tidWsubstilute

"the Yroc!amation of the Govcrrpr-General of India in Council made in pur- suance of the Statu~e3rd and 4th Victoria, Ch. 56".

and in the Fou?ll~paragraph for "such

Proclamation

Section 2.-For

"the

Provinces"

substitute "India",

for "prillcipal

British

Offices" substitute "officer authosised by the Central Goverl~nieilt in this behalf" aid for "British officer in authority" substitute "such officer".

Section 5.--For

"a citizen of India"],

"lbritish subject (or British subjects)" substitute "citizen

,i~ize11

Lip"

0Ai-

@

JfleOt

of

935" *llcial

:proV*

ADAFTATION

OF

T.AW.5

ORDERS

(C.O. 4--Fixst

Scl1ctlu lc.)

t

Sectioril 15.-For

"a

Province"

;IS ;rfo~.es;tid"substitute "a citizen of

substitute

Illdia".

"India"

$

4 &ctiolns 16 and 21.-For

2:

"the Provinces" substitute

1

q

8

Omit %tion 24.

THE

INDIAN

REGISTRATION

OF

SHIPS ACT

ACT, 1850

and

for

"India".

"such' suhject

(184-1) AMENDMENT

I

g

1%

[

$

!i

:

Section, 3.-For

to

"British

an

subjects"

substitute "citizens of India" and

thereof en-

omit "or

titled

ol~tninpasscs".

owned by

Indian Statc or

A<:t X of

1841, as

the

Ruler or

a subject

this Act",

;~mcniledhi

pnss&s nnder

and

";lnd

Section

~I;-FO~

"section

143(2) of

the

Government of

India

Act,

substitutc "nrticlc 277 of the Cons~itution".

1955"

THE PURLIQ ACCOUNTANTS' DEFAULT ACT, 1850

(XI1 of 1850)

it^ ce

c6tkle

$

8

LCectiol~3.-For

"the Crown it1 India" substitu te "the Ccn trnl Govc~rnment

or the Government of a Part A State" and for "to the Crown" such Go~ernment".

substitute "to

THE APPRENTICES IZCT, 1850

TH1; LANDHO1,DERS'

PUBLIC CHARGS AND DUTIES

Tt~isAct shall s:tnnd repealed.

THE

MALABAR WAR-KSIVES (XXIV ol 18.54)

ACT,

iu54

.

.

ACT,

.

.

I

I

!

f

r

S

:

AnhP1'4170N

01: LAWS ORDERS

THE hlORTGACE1)

ES'FA71'ES A1 $MI?]IS I'RATION ACT,

1855

 

(XXIII of

1855)

Scctitrn

I.-For

"I'rovince

of India"

;uhstitute "Part

A Sta~e"

the

THE EURC)T'EAN

DESEIiTERS ACT,

(XI

of

1 3.56)

-.I his Act shall stand repealed.

1856

'[THE TIENGAT, CHXIJ!1Il)!k RT ACT.

(XX of

1856)

1856

Sw.tion

provisions of

56.-For

"s~~spe~~d01. dis~niss" s~lhstit~~te"suspe~~d01. ~uhject

article 311 of

the

Col~itituiion,dismiss".]

THE CALCUTTA UNIV 3RSITY ACT, 18.57

Scctiotl

States".

I .-For

(IT

"th~Provinces"

of

I 357)

st11i~titutc

"Part

I\

Stntcs

and

I'a1-t

THE

TORACCO

I)u~-Y(I-OM' .*T OF

(IV of

1857)

OMB BAY) ACT,

1837

Sc.rtion 22.-For

"5ection

143(2) of

he

substitute "article 277 of the Constitution"

Government of

India Act, 192

.Sectioti 23.-Omit

'THE OPIUlCl ,ICTI I857

(XIIT of

"Nnri~e".

1857)

'[THE

MADRAS CO~kI.I'ULSOl<Y T,.4 ROUK

(I

of

1958)

ACT,

18.58

Preamble.-Omit

"of the the Inbo~r~~~gclasses".

 

Section I.-In

thc frrbt paragtap11 fo. "1

,~:l~eis''w1,stitute

"pel.wils"

;

omit "of the Ial)oli~.ingc.lascc~".

In

thc

third

paragraph

for

"the l ?l,ou-cis as

aforesaid"

sul~stit~tte

able-horlicd male pel-sons" and for "the 1nl)~urcrsof thcir villages" sltbsti:

"tho able-1)odied malt persons of

thpir - illag~s".

Section 2.-Omi

t

"of

the l aboui in:,: t la$.e\''.

 

!kction 4.-For

the wortls "the

lali lurels"

whele they occur for the

Lime

sullst~tute "~IIL~persons"

substitute "thev".l

and

T(

3cle

they

occur

for

the

sccond

. .

-

- , -

--

'Ins, by the

Adaktation of Laws (Third '+me

itfro (1v.e.f. 26-1-1950).

dlnrritj Orcier. 1951 (C. 0. 29, dated 4-4-!

. infra [\v.e.f. 26-1-1950).

'111s. by

:he

Adal-'tatioi~ of

taws

(;\mend ncnt: Order,

1950

(C. 0. 17, dated

5-6-

 

.

.

.

.

 

.

.

.

. ., . ., . . ' 4' . . I
.
.,
.
.,
.
.
'
4'
.
.
I

--

(C.O. 11--l'irsl

Scl~cdwle.)

7'riTl;.

STATE PRTSONERS ACT,

(I11 of

1858)

18.58

Section &--For

"all

the Provinces of

India

"the whole of India except Part B States".

(including 1ier;tr)" sul)stitule

'[THE MAIIR AS DISTRICT POLICE ACT, 185!)

(XXIV of

18.59)

Section

10.-Fer

"Subjec~ te

such rules"

substitute

"Subject

to

the

pru-

visio~~soE articlc 311 of

the Constitution

and

to such

rules".

 

Sectiom 44.-For

"as

hereinbefore provided"

su1,stitule

"as

providcd

hy

1

',

and

1857

Part

C

lia Act, 1935"

law".]

THE INDIAN PENAL CODE

(XLV of

1860)

PSreamhl?e.-For

"the

cxc.cpl P;n-t 1;

States".

Iarovinces of India"

suhdtute "the

Section 4.-For

clauscs (1) to (4) substitutc-

whole of

India

 

"'.(I!

any citizen of

India

in any place without

and

beyond

India;

(2) ally 1;erson

011 any ship or airc.rart registered

in

India

ivhcrevcr

it may he".

 

";I

In illustration (a) for "a Z3ritish subject of Indian domicile" citizcn of India".

substitute

Omit ill~~strations(b), (c) and (d).

For Section 5 substitute-

"5. Nothing in this Act shall affect the provisions of any Act for punish- ing mutiny and desertion of officers, soldiers, sailors or

airmen in the servicc of the Governmcni of India or rhe provisions of any special or 1oc;il law.".

Certain Lxws not to be

;\mcte<l l,y tliis Act.

For Section 14 substitute-

"14. The words 'servant of Government' denote any officer or servant con-

in India by or under

"servant of Goyern- ment."

tintled,

appointed

or

employed

the authority of Government.".

For Section 17 suhtieuk-

"17. The word

"Goverrimcnt."

'Government'

Government of a Part A State."

denotes the Central

Government or the

After Section 17 inert-

"18 ? he word 'State' denotes a Part A Statc or a Part C: State, ;!t~ri the word 'States' denotes all tlle rerritories fn~the time heing

''State"

;-nd "States".

comprised within Part -4 States and Part C, States".

'Ins. by the! .4daptation of I,av,-s (Third Arnenrl~nent)O~der,I951 (C.O. 29, dated 4-4-1951) %f,a (w.e,f 26-1- 1950).

2--2 !vf of5 & JiMD12002

Section 21 .-C)~nit

ADAI'TA'ClOh1

01; TAWS

ORDERS

(C.O. 4-First

clause First.

Scll edule.)

111. clause Second omit "of thc Don~inion".

Section 54.-Fcr

"the

Central Government or the Provincial

Gpvmnnlent

of illc

Pr'ovince within

which

the offender shall have

heen

sentenced" SU~)~

ti tnte "the appropriate Government".

 

Section

55.-,For

"ihc

Provilicial

Government

of

tile

Pro~lince withill

.ivhich

the

offender

shall

have

been

senienced"

substitute

"the

appropriate

Government".

 

For Section 55A substitute-

 

"55A. In

sections

fifty-four

and

fifty-five

the

expression

'appropriate

Definition of "appropriate Governmeni' Government".

mealis,--

an

offcnc-e against any law relating to a matter to which the executive

p0~7erof the Union extends, ihe Central Governn~ent; and

ai;

otlence against an) law relating to a matter to which the executive power of the State extends, the Government of the State within which thc offen- der is sentenced.".

((I)

in

cascs where the sentence is a sentence of

dcath or

iiot)

is for

is

for

(b) in cases wlicrc

tlic se~~te~lcc(whether of tlea~hor

Section

75.-'l'hc

Sectiorl 121.-In

\vortls "11ldiitii St;~te"sh:~li ~.en~:ii~l1inmo~lifie11.

the

section

and

in

illustration

(a) lor

''Q~lern" substi.

tute "Government of India" and omit ill~~~tration(b).

kti~~~,121A.-Omit

"or

to

depriire

the Provinces or of any part thereof".

Secero~~122,

of India".

123, 125 and

126.-Fol

.%tion 124A.-Omit

Sections 131, 132,

"Her Majesty or''

133,

134,

135,

136,

substitute "Government of India".

the

Queen

"Queen"

of

the

stitxtiture

sovereignty

of

"Government

137,

138 antl

1.10.--.For

"Q~~ee

*

t

Sertic;ns 191 ant1 139.-41mit

"or

that Act as moclilicct bf"'

 

StxGcm 141.-In clause Fil-sl for "the Central or any Provincial Govern- ment or Legislature9' substitute "the Central or any State Government or. Parliament or the Legislature of any State".

 

!

%tion

153A.-For

"Her

Majesty's

subjects"

substitute

 

"the

citizens

04

4

 

India"

   

5

Sectio~~161.-For

"the

Ccntral

or

any Provincial

Goverr~mer~tor Jigis-

 

I

t

latu~e" substitute

"the

Central

or

ariy

State

Governnlent

or

PaiIiaincnt

or

\

khe Legislaetir e of any State".

   

.I

 
 

y

In

illustratic~n (b) for "Resident at

the

Court of

:I

:ubsidi;ir);

I'ower"

 

;

i

substitute "Cor.nsul in a Foieign

State",

for ,"that

Pc~ver", suhstirute "that

'3 i

State"

and

fhr "British

&vefnment"

substitute

"Gpvkrriment

of ~iadia",

 
 

.

.

(C.0.4- First Schedrtle.)

or

Sections

162 and

163.-For

Legislature"

substitute

"the

"the

Central or

Cet~tralor

any

nlent or the Legislature of ally State".

any Proviacia1 Government State Government or Parlia-

ial Govmnn~enr

:n tehced"

sui~s.

Section

174.-

Iri

illustratic,~~(a) for ."Supreme

Court"

substitute

"High

   

court"

and

in

illustration

(b) for

"Zila

Judge"

substitute

"District

Judge".

rovince

within

§ection

175.-In

the

illustration

for

"Zila

Court"

substitute

"D,istrict

IC

appropriate

Coor t".

 

Section i230.-For

the

second paragraph

of

the section

substitute-

 

I

'appropriate

"Indian coin is nietal stanlped and issued by the authority of the Government of India in order to be used as money; and metal .which '[has

beer1 so stamped] and issued shall continue to be Indian coiil,, for the

or

is

for

an

purlmser of this Chapter, ~lotwiths.t;~nding.gthat it may haye used as maney.".

ceased to he

the

executive

 

In

illustration

(d) for

"the

Queen's

coin"

substitute

"Indian

coin"

 

and in illustration (e) for "Queen's

coin" substitute "Indian coin".

]lot) is f:or

ail

.~tivepower of icb the offen-

Seitions 232, 234, 235, 238, 240 and 243.-For stitute "1iidi;un coin"

"the

Queen's

coin"

siih-

Sections 247 and 249.-For Ir,di;~ucoin".

"any

of

the Queen's coin"

substitute

"any

Section

271.-01\1it

"Central

or

a rly

Y~~ovincial".

Section 294A.-For "a State lottery" substitute "a lottery orgatiised by the Cantral Governmel~tor the Government of a Part A State or a Part B

stat^".

"Government

 

Section 2Y5A.-For

"His

Majesty's subjects" substitute "citizens of India".

Sectiorl

366B.-For

"ally

Statc

ill 111dia"substitute ";my .Part; B State".

kctioil 505.-ln

clause (a) for "ot Hcr Majesty or in the Imprial Service

Troops" substitute "of Tnrlia".

'iorls

Section 7.-For

"Subject

lo ~11thrule<

substitute "Subject

of article 311 of the Constitution, and to such rules".]

to the

provi-

Section

(h~iieScctioi~19.

18.-Omit

"provided .he .is not a European

British

subject".

\I

---- --

'Subs.

by the Adaptation of Laws (Third Amendment)Order, 1951

infi~(w.0.f. 26-i-1950), for "had been so stamped".
;

21~~.,ibid,

(C.O. 29, dated 3-4-105 I):

ADAPTATION

OF

LAWS

OWERS

THE COMPTOdR D'ESCOMPTE DE PARIS ACT, 1864

 

(VIII

of

1864)

Scction 2.-For

"the Provinces"

where it orcurs for the first time sub.

stitute "the territories for the time being comprised within Part A States alld Part C States (hereinafter referred to as 'the said tcl-ritories'j" and wherc it

occurs for the second time substitute "the said territories".

substitute "the said

Sections 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 13.-For territories".

"the

Provinces"

Schedules (A) and (I%).-For

"the

Provinces"

substitute

"India".

a

1

- THE NATIVE

CONVEKTS

MARRIAGE DISSOLUTION

ACT,

1866

! q

 

(XXI

of

1866)

Throughout

the Act

olnit

"Native"

except

where

it

occurs

in

tl~ccx- '

pression

"Native

law"

and for

"Native

law"

subbtitute "personal

law".

Section %--For

"the

l)&inces"

substitute "India".

THE INDIAN TRUSTEE ACT, 1866

(XXVII of

Long title ;ind Pre;unbk.-Omit

"in

1866)

the

l'rwinccs".

Scction

2.-In

tile

delinition

the

of

"stuck"

for

"the

Provinces"

A State'.

substitute

substitute ' "High

"a

Court"

Part A State"

means

and for

definitioll of "High Court"

is

a

High

Court

for

a Part

a court which

1

!

k

'THE 'I'KUS'I'EES

AND MORTGAGEES' 1'OWERS ACT, lSG6

(XXVIII of

1X(i(j)

Section I.-For

"Tol. tllc purposes of the Govei 11111c111 oC India L\<

substitute "for a Part A State".

1, 1!)31i"

Sectiot~84.-For

"the

llroviiices"

substitute "India".

Section 45.--For States".

"tllc

l'rovi~~ccs"subs~i~u~c"l'ar~ A

S~atcsa~jdPart

C

1 d

'THE ;ICSING JUDGES .-ICT, 1867

1867)

r

(XVI

of

B

Yream1~le.-Omit

"in the Provinces".

8

*

I

$

3

4

'LI'HE 1'UNJAII MUK1)EKOUS OUTRAGES ACI-, 1867 (XXIII of 1867)

Yrealilble and Section 2.-For

"Queen"

substitute "Government".]

'Ins. by the

Adaptation

irrJra ((w.e.f. 26L1-1950j.

of

Laws (Amendmeut) Order,

1950

(C.O. 17,

datr-d

-

5-6-I96(

first time sub- ,t A States ant1 I and where it

:iiute "the said

ndia".

ACT,

1866

~U)AM'ATION.O~ ;LAWS

ORDERS

(C.0. &-First

Schedule.)

rt-r:: PRESS AND REGISTRATION

OF BODKS ACT, 1867

 

(XXV of

1867)

]Long t tle and

Preamble.--For

"the

Proviiics"

substitute

"the 'whole of

 

.

.

Irlrliaexcepi Part B States".

Section I.--Add

the following paragraph-

 

territories for

the

time

being comprised within

" 'C-tates' liieans the Part A Stlitcs and I'art

C States.".

 

'[THE

OUDH ESTATES

A(31',

1869

 

.(I of

1869)

Section 3.-In

the

third

paragraph

'Province'

shall stand unmodified.]

THE INDIAN DIVORCE ACT, ,1869

in

la1 law".

ns

tlic

ex-

Scctio~l2.-Fox

the words

(1V of

1869)

beginlling with

"all

the

Provi~lcessf

India"

aS,'

and ending wit11 "other than the Acceding States" substitu~e"the whole of India excep Part U States".

Sation 3.-For

clauses (1) and (2) substitute-

":[c I) 'Hig1.i Court' nlearls with reterence to any arca-

es" substitute titute ' "High tate'.

(a)

in a Part A State, the High Court Cor that Slate;

(11)

in Ajnier, the High Court at Allahabad;

(c) in Bhopal, the High Court at Nagpur;

of

(d) in

Punjab;

Bilaspur,

DClhi and

Hinlachal

Pradesh,

the High

court

(e)

in Coorg, the High Court at Madras;

(f)

ill lCu~cli,tlieHigh Court at Bombay; and

(g) 'ill

tlie

Ca tutta;]

Xlldali~ari and Nicubar

~s!d&is, the

High

Court

at

and in the case of any petition under thiq Act 'High Court' means: the High ( 3urt for the area where tlle husband and wife reside or last resided togethr .:

(2) 'Dibti-icr Judge' incalls a Judge oof a plincip.ll civil court of origii1;il j~lrisdic ion however de~igr~ated:".

In

cln: w

(8) tor

"the

clvnlinioils of Her

Mxjesty"

substitute "Zndia".

Sctstiori 90.-For

"the

Prr.vinces"

substitute

'India".

 

Sctior s 56

aod

57.-Fur