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Published by National Institute of Public Administration in Lahore .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Eminent domain -- West Pakistan

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesLand acquisition by government in West Pakistan
ContributionsLahore. National Institute of Public Administration, Pakistan. Laws, statutes, etc.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHD1265 P132 W45
The Physical Object
Pagination94p.
Number of Pages94
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18345755M

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Acquisition of land at cost of a local authority or Company. Exemption from stamp duty and fees. Notice in case of suits for anything done in pursuance of Act. Code of Civil Procedure to apply to proceedings before Court. Appeals in proceedings before Court. power to make rules. [1] THE LAND ACQUISITION, ACT, (Act I of. Where land is to be acquired for a public purpose, the [17] [Commissioner], and where land is to be acquired for a Company, the Provincial Government, is satisfied, after considering the result of the survey, if any, made under sub-section (2) of section 4, or if no survey is necessary, at any time, that any particular land included in a locality notified under sub-section (1) of section 4 is needed for a public . Government and the status of a number of diverse initiatives. The paper uses a case study based approach to collect and analyse data at provincial and district level in Balochistan province, Pakistan. The empirical findings indicate that government officials in Pakistan are willing to use ICT for their. obtained by the States under Land Reforms Act. The acquisition of land under the Act of is reversing the forces of empowerment. Even in the State of West Bengal, which takes pride in implementing Land Reform Measures, land acquisition had taken place at a faster pace than land Size: KB.

THE PUNJAB LAND REVENUE ACT, Page 1 of 60 THE PUNJAB LAND REVENUE ACT, (W.P. Act XVII of ) C O N T E N T S SECTIONS CHAPTER I PRELIMINARY 1. Short title, extent and commencement. 2. Power to except any area from provisions unsuited thereto. 3. Exclusion of certain land from operation of this Act. 4. Definitions. CHAPTER IIFile Size: KB. As the conflict between the rebels in East Pakistan (Bangladesh) and the central government deepened and Indian involvement on the side of the rebels . West Pakistan Land Revenue Act, by Nazeer Ahmad Qureshi. Land Revenue Act: This Act is relationship between government and the landowners. Land Revenue is the part of production which government receives from the landlord on the grounds of its superior owner. In every case, Land acquisition must take place in a manner that fully protects the interests of land owners and also of those whose livelihoods depend on the land being : Yuvraj Dilip Patil.

account of such acquisition; It is hereby enacted as follows: PART I PRELIMINARY 1. Short title, extent and commencement: (1) This Act may be called the Land Acquisition Act, [(2) It extends to the whole of Pakistan]; and (3) It shall come into force on the first day of March, 2. [Repeal], Rep. partly by the Repealing and AmendingFile Size: KB. THE CONTEXT Project Location The case study is based on a pilot project entitled “Maintaining Biodiversity in Pakistan with Rural Community Development”. This is a four year nationally executed pilot project funded by the Global Environment Facility (GEF) through UNDP. A Guide on Land and Property Rights in Pakistan a) The land matters are administered by the Revenue Department of the Provincial Governments. Even the land of the Federal Government is also handled by the Revenue Department of the Size: 1MB. Technical Assistance Consultant’s Report Project Number: November REG: Mainstreaming Land Acquisition and Resettlement Safeguards in the Central and West Asia Region This consultant’s report does not necessarily reflect the views of ADB or the Government concerned, and ADB and the Government cannote held liable for its contents. b.