Preparation of final record
5. (1) When any objection or application made under sub section (2) of section 4 is allowed, either wholly or in part, the recording officer shall, in the manner prescribed, correct the record accordingly and, after the disposal of all such objections and applications, shall, in the manner prescribed, authenticate the record so corrected, and the record so authenticated shall, in respect of the area for which it is prepared, be the final record of all lands on which jute was grown in that year by any grower of jute:
Provided that the Government may, in any year subsequent to that in respect of which the final record is prepared, direct that any correction so made in the final record in respect of an application made under sub section (2) of section 4 by any grower of jute referred to in sub section (2) of section 3 shall, in the prescribed manner, be examined and, if necessary, be revised:
Provided further that the Collector, on his own initiative at any time, or on receipt of an application made in the prescribed manner and on payment of the prescribed fee by any grower of jute within one year from the date on which the record is so authenticated, may examine the final record and if, after such inquiry as he thinks fit, he is satisfied that any entry in the final record is incorrect or that any entry has been improperly omitted from the final record, he shall direct that the final record be revised accordingly.
(2) The recording officer shall send the final record to the Union Jute Committee constituted under sub section (1) or sub section (5) of section 6 for the local area to which the record relates, or to such Government servant as may have been authorised under sub section (5) or appointed under sub section (7) of section 6 to perform the functions of such Committee in such local area.