LUNGPHOU LAND LAW/ LUNGPHOU GAM DAN


1. Cultivators cannot claim any ownership right over the land and cannot sell the plot to any other person.
Lou lhou hon lou keima changa dia ei ki pe ahi ati thei lou ding, chuleh lou lho hon johna tha a neipoi.


2. In case the paddy field is left barren without cultivation for 1 (one) season, it will be assumed that he
does not wish to cultivate the land, and the plot will be allotted to another Lungphou villager.
Louchu lousit a koilou ding ahi. Loumun chu kumkihei chin khat bollouva aum tahleh, louchu ADA ahitai
tia kilading chule khochaga chom khat ki lho sah ding ahi.


3. Payment of Annual Tribute (Changseo) to the Chief is compulsory. No one is permitted to extend the
boundary of the agricultural plot. Lou lhou jousen kumseh a changseo a peh ding,
a peh lou um thei lou ding. Chuleh Koimacha lou mun gamgi akehbe thei lou ding ahi.


4. All Changseo must be deposited at the house of the Chief only. At the time of payment of Changseo,
signature / LTI must be made in the Changseo register to record payment.
Changseo jouse Haosapu inn a thah lut cheh ding. Kumseha changseo akipeh tengleh ‘akipetai’ ti
akihetna dinga changseo Register’a soi/LTI kaicheh ding ahi.


5. The rate of annual tax/tribute (Changseo) for Paddy is currently fixed at 1 (One) Tin of Paddy only
payable after the end of the harvest. It is not payable in cash or any other commodity.
Kumseh a changseo chang adinga hi Tin khat hiding hichu kumlhun changvoh chaile pehthei ahi.
Koiman chang khel a sum peh thei lou ding.


6. A maximum of 1 (one) family will cultivate in one plot. In case of marriage among the younger
sons, the eldest son may request the Chief to demarcate the boundary. No one is permitted to divide the
plot among themselves.
Inn sung khatnin loumun khat bou abolthei ding ahi. Inn sunga chapa neo jo hon jile cha nei teng,
Mi upan Haosapu phalna bei a loumun a hop thei lou ding ahi.