Laws of Bangladesh

The State Acquisition and Tenancy Act, 1950 (East Bengal Act)

( ACT NO. XXVIII OF 1951 )

Chapter XVI


Amounts paid into court to prevent Sale to be a mortgage demand in certain cases
1[141A. (1) When a co-sharer tenant, whose interests are affected by the sale of a holding or tenancy advertised for sale in execution of a certificate for arrears of rent due in respect thereof signed under the Bengal Public Demands Recovery Act, 1913, pays into the court, the amount requisite to prevent the sale-
(a) the amount so paid by him shall be deemed to be a debt bearing interest at six and a quarter per centum per annum and secured by a mortgage of such holding or tenancy to him; and
(b) his mortgage shall take priority over every other charge on such holding or tenancy other than a charge for arrears of rent.
(2) Nothing in this section shall affect any other remedy to which such co-sharer tenant would be entitled.]

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    Section 141A was inserted by section 20 of the State Acquisition and Tenancy (Amendment) Ordinance, 1967 (East Pakistan Ordinance No. VIII of 1967)
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