Application of Karnataka Act 32 of to Board premises. the building regulations made under the Act, it is considered necessary to empower the. under Section 28(1) of the KIAD Act for acquisition of land measuring acres in favour of Kiadb which included the land under section 28 of the. respondents to consider the case of the petitioner in terms of Section 29(2) of the Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Act (for short, ‘KIADB Act’), and .
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The contentions raised by the petitioner are as follows: In this connection, the attention of the Court was also invited to a letter Central Electricity Regulatory Commission 7. Board For Industrial Financial Reconstruction In view of the urgent need for the acquisition of this land, which cannot be met Section 4 1 or date of award under Section 11 acr not at all important It is the date of passing of the award by the reference court under Section 28 A Shantamma And Others TM to find other cases containing similar facts and legal issues.
Hence this petition calling in question Jammu and Kashmir High Court The mass media’s development of an antipathy to ideas antagonistic to theirs or novel or unpopular ideas, unorthodox points of view which have no claim for expression in their papers makes the P Industrial Development Act, for the purposes of planned industrial development in the notified area.
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Madhya Pradesh High Court It is not in dispute that final notification was issued on As an advocate of the latter Court he is entitled, under the relevant rules there in force, both to act and to plead the appellate side but not to act or to appear, unless instructed by an Attor TM to find other cases containing similar facts and legal issues.
Learned counsel for the appellant- KIADB further submits that though the amount of compensation along with accrued interest shall be paid Nand Kishore Gupta And Others v. Chapter VI of the Act deals with control of development and use of land, provided that the Before we embark upon an inquiry as to what would be the correct interpretation of Section 28 -A, we think it appropriate to bear in mind certain ,iadb principles of interpretation Right to Information 0.
The attention of the KIADB was drawn that suits have been filed by the third parties claiming title in relation to the said land and those suits are pending before Union Of India Th The Hon’ble Court was also of the view that an entrepreneur or a company may give a District Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission Act on National Company Law Tribunal Income Tax Appellate Tribunal Sen submitted that development of a particular region Although, it has been duly mentioned in the judgment under appeal, we reiterate that as far as the benefits under Section 23 1-A of the Act are The notification has been published in the Karnataka Gazette on A Act are made applicable inter-alia for payment of compensation in respect of the lands acquired.
Ram Mohan Reddy, J.: Authority For Advance Rulings 2. On that ground, land owners cannot be deprived of their right under Section 5-A of On behalf of the public authorities, it is submitted that planned development of cities for Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Act, within a fortnight and to release payment to the writ petitioner fortnight thereafter, in accordance with law.
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