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The Forest Act, 1927

( ACT NO. XVI Of 1927 )

Chapter II

OF RESERVED FORESTS

Power to stop ways and water-courses in reserved forests
25. The Forest-officer may, with the previous sanction of the Government or of any officer duly authorized by it in this behalf, stop any public or private way or water-course in a reserved forest, provided that a substitute for the way or water-course so stopped, which the Government deems to be reasonably convenient, already exists, or has been provided or constructed by the Forest-officer in lieu thereof.

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