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Bare acts > Administration of Evacuee Property (Central) Rules, 1950 > Rule 37


37. Restitution. -When any property taken into possession as an evacuee property is subsequently declared by the Custodian or any other competent authority to be a non-evacuee property, the Custodian may, on the application of any party entitled to the actual possession thereof, take such action as will place the parties in the same position in which they were on the date of possession. For this purpose, the Custodian may order the person in occupation of the property to vacate the same and the Custodian may use such force or authorize the use of such forces as may be necessary for the purpose.





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