Which Forest Act declared forest as a state property?

The Indian Forest Act of 1865 declared forests as state property. The act of 1865 empowered the British government to declare any land covered with trees as a government forest and make rules to manage it. 

The government mainly used the woods for railway sleepers manufacture. This law also made teak wood a government property

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