Under what provision of law, valuation of relief in certain suits relating to land not to exceed the value of the land?

Here following points are important for explanation:

(i) Section No. 4 of Suits Valuation Act

(ii) Two parts of Section No. 4 of Suits Valuation

(i) Section No. 4 Of Suits Valuation Act

It has been provided in Section No. 4 of Suits Valuation Act that amount at which relief sought is valued for purposes of jurisdiction should not exceed value of land or interest as determined by rules under Section No. 3 of Suits Valuation Act when suit, which has been mentioned in paragraph (iv) of Section No. 7 or Article No. 17 of Schedule II of Court Fees Act, relates to land or an interest in land of which value has been determined by rules under Section No. 3 of Suits Valuation Act.

(ii) Two Parts Of Section No. 4 Of Suits Valuation Act

Section No. 4 of Suits Valuation Act can be explained in following manner:

(a) Paragraph (iv) of Section No. 7 of Court Fees Act

(b) Article No. 17 of Schedule II of Court-fees Act

 

(a) Paragraph (iv) Of Section No. 7 Of Court Fees Act

When suit, which has been mentioned in paragraph (iv) of Section No. 7 of Court Fees Act, relates to land or an interest in land of which value has been determined by rules under Section No. 3 of Suits Valuation Act, amount at which relief sought is valued for purposes of jurisdiction should not exceed value of land or interest as determined by rules under Section _ 164 No. 3 of Suits Valuation Act.

(b) Article No. 17 Of Schedule II Of Court-fees Act

When suit, which has been mentioned in Article No. 17 of Schedule II of Court Fees Act, relates to land or an interest in land of which value has been determined by rules under Section No. 3 of Suits Valuation Act, amount at which relief sought is valued for purposes of jurisdiction should not exceed value of land or interest as determined by rules under Section No. 3 of Suits Valuation Act.

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