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What is the land acquisition Bill 2011 all about? The Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement (LARR) Bill, 2011 is a proposed law that lays down various provisions and directions to be followed while acquiring land anywhere in the country. The term 'land acquisition' means forcible acquisition of land from an unwilling seller and is distinct from a land purchase from a willing seller.India’s new land acquisition Bill, praised in some quarters and reviled in others, is a complex piece of legislation. It was passed by the Lok Sabha on Thursday and will likely be passed by the.GUIDELINES FOR PREPARING PROJECT PROPOSALS INTRODUCTION SHELTER-AFRIQUE's major objective is to promote housing in Africa. In order to achieve this ob-jective, the Company cooperates with private sector, national and international organisations in financ-ing viable housing and related projects.
The Land Acquisition Bill, which has been renamed as The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Bill, 2012 has a separate Chapter to protect the interests of SCs and STs. The Parliament of India passed The Prohibition of Employment as Manual Scavengers and Their Rehabilitation Bill, 2013.
LAND ACQUISITION ACT, 1894 (1 OF 1894) An Act to amend the law for the acquisition of land for public purposes and for Companies. Whereas it is expedient to amend the law for the acquisition of land needed for public purposes and for Companies and for determining the amount of compensation to be made on.
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REDISTRIBUTION OF AGRICULTURAL LAND: EXPROPRIATION WITHOUT COMPENSATION DEBATE1 Theo Boshoff, Wandile Sihlobo and 2Sifiso Ntombela Abstract At the African National Congress’s (ANC) 54th National Conference it was announced that a decision had been taken to speed up land reform by pursuing expropriation without.
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The Bill was to enable the acquisition of land for the construction of a proposed rail link from Glenroy to Tullamarine. The Bill sought to reserve land for railway purposes under the Melbourne and metropolitan planning scheme. Construction of Melbourne airport had commenced in September 1964 at Tullamarine, on land acquired by the Commonwealth.
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It’s the political joker, and both the EFF and ever-increasingly the ANC, see land as this trump card.And it’s no secret the ANC lost ground, while the EFF gained it, at the most recent municipal elections, and a key argument was around land.Malema’s party wants it taken back without compensation, while the Zuma run ANC, called for compensation within the statutes of the Constitution.
Conference on the New Zealand Supreme Court: The First Ten Years, 2014 Land law in the New Zealand Supreme Court Katherine Sanders1 This paper addresses two aspects of the Supreme Court’s land law jurisprudence. First, it considers the Court’s development of the principles of the Torrens system.
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