To all of you in today’s article “Farmer’s Book” I am going to tell about If you are thinking of practicing civil law or have started recently, then you need to know about Kisan Bahi. Little can be guessed that it is related to farmers.
So let’s go into detail about it.
What is Farmer’s Book?
In section 41 of the Revenue Code 2006, a provision has been made regarding Kisan Bahi. The Collector of the district will order every year from the Lekhpal of the district to prepare separate Khatauni of each account holder related to the land in his area, after every 6 years, Kisan Bahi will be prepared. In this Kisan Bahi every farmer i.e. account holder, whether he is a Bhumidhar or a co-bhumidhar, the details related to all the land in his district are recorded in writing. In relation to this land, if there is any kind of amendment i.e. change, indraj etc., then on the application of the account holder, it is recorded in this farmer’s book.
How is Kisan Bahi prepared?
In section 41 of the Revenue Code, a provision has been made in relation to Kisan Bahi, under which :-
- Under the Act, the Collector of each district is empowered to maintain a single account in respect of all the lands belonging to each of the khatedars in his district. farmer’s book Get it ready
- The Collector, using his powers, will order each Lekhpal of the district to prepare a separate Khatauni in the name of each Khatauni every year.
- By getting the Kisan Bahi prepared in relation to the land of the account recorded in the Khatauni of different Khatauni prepared by the Lekhpal of every 6 years, each Khatedar whether he is a Bhumidhar or a co-bhumidhar will provide this Kisan Bahi.
What is written in Kisan Bahi?
In section 41 of the Revenue Code 2006, a provision has been made in relation to Kisan Bahi, under which the following types of details are recorded / recorded in relation to the land of the account in the Kisan Bahi:-
- In the Kisan Bahi, details are written in relation to all the holdings i.e. agricultural land in his possession by any account holder.
- When an account holder is in need of money, he applies for a loan to any bank or financial institution, claims that he is the holder of the land recorded in his Kisan Bahi as security for the loan, On the basis of such claim, the bank or other financial institution provides the loan. The details in respect of each such loan are recorded in the Kisan Bahi. Description of loan amount in simple words.
- The details of the final repayment of the loan taken by the account holder from the bank or other financial institution will be recorded in the Kisan Bahi.
- The final repayment of the loan taken by the account holders from the bank or other financial institution will be reversed in the Kisan Bahi.
In respect of joint holding, who will get the farmer book?
As per Section 41 sub-section 3 of the Revenue Code 2006, in case of joint holding, the Kisan Bahi shall be given only to such one or more recorded co-khedars who shall apply for the same.
What will be the fee of Kisan Bahi?
According to sub-section 4 of section 41 of the Revenue Code 2006, the account holder shall pay a fixed price for the Kisan Bahi in such manner as may be prescribed.
Amendment in farmer’s book?
According to section 41 sub-section 5 of the Revenue Code 2006, every account holder maintaining Kisan Bahi shall be entitled to get the amendments made in the Record of Rights (Khatauni) from time to time included in his Kisan Bahi without making additional payment.
Whether an affidavit has to be given for taking loan on the basis of Kisan Bahi?
If the account holder makes an application for obtaining loan from any bank or other financial institution under sub-section 7 of section 41 of the Revenue Code, 2006, he shall give an affidavit declaring before the bank or other financial institution, in which he has sworn statement that he has not obtained any other loan which has not been paid wholly or partly by keeping the holding included in the Kisan Bahi as security and the account holder may transfer the holding or part thereof to any person in any other manner who may Yes, not transferred.
In simple words, an oath is taken by the account holder that he is the owner of such holding, he has not taken any other loan from any bank or financial institution by pledging that holding, nor has that holding No share is transferred to any person by any other means whatsoever.
What will be the penalty if false statement is made in the affidavit for receipt of loan.
According to section 41 sub-section 8 of the Revenue Code, 2006, while taking loan from the bank or any other financial institution by the account holders, a declaration has to be made by affidavit, in the declaration that the statement which is written in this affidavit is If the statement is true to the best of his knowledge or belief and he believes to be true, if such statement turns out to be false to the best of his knowledge or belief or he does not believe the statement to be true, he shall be punished.
Penalty :- 3 shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to one year and shall also be liable to fine.