Courts of Revenues

Revenue courts

The Revenue courts deal with cases related to the maintenance of land records and collection of land revenues. These courts are

Board of Revenues:

It is the highest court in cases related to revenues in the state. It can hear appeals against the decisions taken by revenue courts placed under it.

Commissioner’s Court:

A Commissioner looks after the assessment and collection of revenues of all districts.

Collector’s Court:

This court is headed by the Deputy Commissioner of a state. He helps the revenue department in the assessment and collection of land revenues.

Tehsildar’s Court:

A tehsildar is responsible for the collection of revenues.

Naib Tehsildar’s Court:

It is the lowest court and hears cases related to the assessment of land revenues and collection of property taxes from farmers.

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