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What are the transactions opposed to public policy?

What are the transactions opposed to public policy?

Indian government has declared the following as opposed to public policy under Section 22A of Registration Act, 1908 namely –

(1) (i) Agreement to sell, sale, gift, exchange, mortgage, lease or assignment of land of which the occupancy right has been granted under Chapter III of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961 in contravention of the restrictions imposed under section 61 of the said act and the rules framed there under.
(ii) Agreement to sell, sale, gift, exchange or otherwise of any land in excess of the ceiling limit specified in section 63 or 64 of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961 in contravention of section 74 of the said act and the rules framed there under.
(iii) Agreement to sell, sale, lease, mortgage with possession or otherwise of any agricultural lands to a person or a family or a joint family who or which has an assured annual income of rupees Two lakhs and above from sources other than agriculture in contravention of section 79-A of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961 and the rules framed there under.
(iv) Agreement to sell, sale, lease, mortgage with possession or otherwise of any agricultural land to an educational, religious, charitable institution society, trust, company, association, other body of individuals or a co-operative Society other than the co-operative farming society in contravention of section 79-B of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, 1961 subject to the exceptions and exemptions provided under section 109 of the said act and the rules framed there under.
(v) Agreement to sell, sale, gift, lease, mortgage with possession or otherwise of any agricultural land granted under the Karnataka Land Grant Rules, 1969 subject to restrictions on sale, transfer, and specific use imposed there under as per the provisions of the said Rules.
(2) One cannot possess land as owner, tenant or as mortgagee with possession in excess of 10 units. If a family consists of more than five members, such family may hold two units per head not exceeding 20 units.
A Class – Lands having facilities for assured irrigation from such Government Canals and Government Tanks as are capable of supplying water for growing two crops of paddy or one crop of sugarcane in a year.
B Class – (a) Lands having facilities for assured irrigation from such Government Canals and Government Tanks as are capable of supplying water for growing only one crop of paddy in a year.
(b) Lands irrigated by such lift irrigation projects constructed and maintained by the State Government as are capable of supplying water for growing two crops of paddy or one crop of sugarcane in a year.
C Class – (a) Lands irrigated from any Government sources of irrigation, including lift irrigation projects constructed and maintained by Government other than those coming under A Class and B Class.
(b) Lands on which paddy crop can be raised or areca crop is grown with the help of rain water.
(c) Lands irrigated by lifting water from a river or Government Canal or Government tank where the pumping installation or other device for lifting water is provided and maintained by the land owner.


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