WELCOME. A.P.LAND REFORMS (Ceiling on Agrl. Holdings) ACT, 1973. B. VENKATESWARA RAO, District Revenue Officer (Retd.) CONSULTANT, AMR-APARD, Rajendranagar, Hyderabad-500 030. A.P.LAND REFORMS (Ceiling on Agrl. Holdings) ACT, 1973. The Act and Rules came into force from 1-1-1975
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A.P.LAND REFORMS (Ceiling on Agrl. Holdings) ACT, 1973
B. VENKATESWARA RAO,
District Revenue Officer (Retd.)
Rajendranagar, Hyderabad-500 030.
Standard Holding :- In the case of family unit consisting not more than (5) five members, it ranges from 10 to 27 acres in respect of wet lands and from 35 to 54 acres in respect of dry lands, based on the classification of lands in the first schedule as noted below : (Section 5)
Double crop wet land Wet land
Class A …. 10 Acres 15 Acres
Class B …. 12 Acres 18 Acres
Class C …. 13.5 Acres 20 Acres
Class D …. 15 Acres 22.5 Acres
Class E …. 16.5 Acres 25 Acres
Class F …. 18 Acres 27 Acres
Class G …. 35 Acres
Class H …. 40 Acres
Class I …. 45 Acres
Class J …. 50 Acres
Class K …. 54 Acres
In the case of family unit consisting of more than five members, land equal to one standard holding plus one fifth of standard holding for every additional member, not exceeding two standard holdings (Section 4(1) and (2))
If so, extent of land transferred to be excluded from the holding of such owner and included in the holding of such tenant (Section 13).
Prosecution to be sanctioned by District Collector. [Section 24(4)]