Ensure rent fixation for leased Temple properties is done every 3 years: Madras High Court

The Authorities are expected to act prudently and diligently in order to protect the property that belongs to the temple and in order to honor the wishes of the donors, the Court observed.
Justice SM Subramaniam, Madras High Court
Justice SM Subramaniam, Madras High Court

The Madras High Court recently called on the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment (HR&CE) authorities to ensure that rent fixation or re-fixation or enhancement exercises are done once in three years for temple properties in Tamil Nadu, as required under Section 34A of the HR&CE Act. (Kongu Vellalar Matric Higher Secondary School v. The Commissioner and ors)

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