CHIN HILLS REGULATION, 1896
Part IV (22, 23, 37 & 40)
22. When the Superintendent is satisfied that the presence of any person (not being a public servant or a Zomi) is injurious to the peace or good administration of the Chin Hills, he may, for reasons to be recorded in writing, order such person to leave the Chin Hills within a given time.
23. Whoever contravenes the provisions of section 19, or disobeys an order under section 20 or a requisition under section 21, or an order under section 22, may, on conviction by a Magistrate, be punished with imprisonment for a term which may extend to six months, and shall also be liable to fine which may extend to one thousand rupees.
37. No appeal shall lie against any order passed by a headman or by any officer acting under his Regulation.
40. Except as provided in this Regulation, a decision passed, act done or other made under this Regulation shall not be called in question in any Civil or Criminal Court.
(Source: Extract from “Chin Chronicles” by Rev Khup Za Go, 1988)