Section 9 stipulates penalty for transfer or partition contrary to the provisions of the Act, which is the relevant provision for the purpose of the present case and reads as follows :-
"9. Penalty for transfer or partition contrary to provisions of Act.- (1) The transfer or partition of any land contrary to the provisions of this Act shall be void.
(2) The owner of any land so transferred or partitioned shall be liable to pay such fine not exceeding Rs.250 as the Collector may, subject to the general orders of the State Government, direct such fine shall be recoverable as an arrear of land revenue.
(3) Any person unauthorized occupying or wrongfully in possession of, any land, the transfer or partition of which, either by the act of parties or by the operation of law, is void under the provisions of this Act, may be summarily evicted by the Collector."
2) order does not become void if not enforced for couple of years
3) once sale is declared null and void eviction proceedings can be initiated against the purchaser