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Land Acquisition Act-1894

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a beautiful my sandesham presentation on land acquisition procedure in Kerala.....enjoy the power point presentation, prepared by t.j joseph adhikarathil,deputy tahsildar, kottayam-mob.9447464502

a beautiful my sandesham presentation on land acquisition procedure in Kerala.....enjoy the power point presentation, prepared by t.j joseph adhikarathil,deputy tahsildar, kottayam-mob.9447464502

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  • 1.
    • LA Act 1894
    • as amended by LA Act 1984
    Land Acquisition
  • 2. Land Acquisition- 3 departments
      • Requisitioning Department
      • Revenue Department
      • Survey Department
  • 3. Land Acquisition is a TEAM work. Together Everyone Achieves More Teamwork is the ability to work together toward a common people to attain uncommon result
  • 4. Land Acquisition
      • It is a bitter pill
      • we have to swallow.
    A Little Extra Risk more than other think is safe. Care more than other think is wise. Dream more than other think is practical. Expect more than other think is possible
  • 5. What You Focus.. Will Expand The sun’s energy warms the world . But when you focus it trough magnifying glass it can start a fire. Focus is so powerful
  • 6. Decisions Breed Champions Once you make a decision, the universe conspires to make it happen
  • 7. As You Sow Shall You Reap The man who does more than he is paid for will soon be paid more than he does
  • 8. Putting Of Your Success Procrastination is like a credit card : it’s a lot of fun until you get the bill
  • 9. The Winning Edge Develop the winning edge ; small differences in your performance can lead to large differences in your result
  • 10. Success Lies Outside Your Comfort Zone Do the thing you fear and the death of fear is certain
  • 11. It is a bitter pill we have to swallow
  • 12. Conditions for Land Acquisition
      • 1.Existense of a public Purpose.
      • 2.Acquisition should be as per rules and procedures .
      • 3.Reasonable compensation.
      • 4. Civil court has right to determine the compensation.
  • 13. Land Acquisition Act .1894
      • It is a Technical Act.
      • Land has to be acquired for public purpose as per rules and procedures…..
  • 14. 44 th amendment
      • Art. 31 Vs Art. 300A
      • The right reserve the property as a fundamental right is reduced by that of legal right………
  • 15. 44 th amendment
      • Art. 31 Vs Art. 300A
      • The right reserve the property as a fundamental right is reduced by that of legal right………
  • 16. 44 th amendment
  • 17. Land
  • 18. Land
      • land ………
      • Benefits to arise out of land…
      • Things attached to land…….
  • 19. Public Purpose- Art. 258
      • There is only a vague idea…………….
  • 20. Public Purpose- Art. 258
      • There is only a vague idea…………….
  • 21. Obstacles
      • 1.Protests
      • 2.Court Cases.
      • 3.Alignment
      • 4.Delay in procedures.
      • 5.Fund
  • 22. Notification Payment of compensation Declaration Valuation Survey & S D Award Taking possession LAND ACQUISITION CHART
  • 23.
    • REQUISITION
    LAND ACQUISITION
  • 24. Role of requisitioning department
      • RD is doing the work as agents of requisitioning Authority…..
      • But the role of RA is as much or more than that of RD…..
  • 25. Requisition
      • 3copies of the requisition
      • Alignment sketch.
      • Government order.
      • Reason for urgency.
  • 26. Requisition- preliminary problems
      • Incomplete requisition.
  • 27. Requisition
      • RA sends requisition to District Collector….
      • The District Collector appoints LAO and sends the requisition to LAO.
      • LAO conducts preliminary site inspection.
  • 28. Requisition
      • The requisition shall be in form No-2
      • along with the certificate.
  • 29. Certificate
      • Demarcation
      • That the site was pegmarked on the ground and the demarcation approved by a responsible officer.
  • 30. Certificate
      • Plan
      • The accurate measurements are furnished in the plan attached.
  • 31. Certificate
      • Objection
      • That the objection of the land owners have been considered and that the selection of another suitable site less open to objection is impossible.
  • 32. Certificate
      • Sanction
      • Sanction of the competentent authority exists.
  • 33. Certificate
      • Funds
      • There is provision of funds.
  • 34. Certificate
      • compensation
      • Agreed to pay compensation.
  • 35.
    • PERT
    Project Evaluation Review Technique
  • 36. Joint site inspection..
  • 37. Joint site inspection..
      • Check the suitability of land.
      • Identify the objectionable elements in or around the land.
      • Accuracy of survey numbers.
      • Identify the assessed lands.
      • Collect the details of land owners.
      • Rectify the discrepancies in the requisition.
  • 38. Joint site inspection..
  • 39. After Joint site inspection..
      • Rectify the requisition.
      • Request preliminary expense .
      • Request LAC/govt to sanction urgency.
      • Send 6(1) notification to the Supdt.Govt press.
      • Obtain Govt. Order if not yet received.
  • 40. 30 days
      • Joint site inspection completed.
      • Requested RA to sanction preliminary expense.
      • Started to collect Basic Records.
      • (BTR, TPR, Sketch)
  • 41. Joint site inspection..
      • Check the suitability of land.
      • Identify the objectionable elements in or around the land.
      • Accuracy of survey numbers.
      • Identify the assessed lands.
      • Collect the details of land owners.
      • Rectify the discrepancies in the requisition.
  • 42. Suitability Report.
      • After joint Inspection send a suitability report to DC with copy to RA . This will be hepful to the RA to obtain Government order from Revenue(B) department if necessary.
  • 43. 60 days
      • Requisition rectified.
      • - Requested LRC/Government to sanction urgency, if any.
      • 6(1) Notification for survey and demarcation sent for publication.
  • 44. Survey
  • 45. Sanctioning Urgency
      • State govt purpose- LAC
      • Central Government purpose- concerned state govt. dept.
      • Request should consist of--
      • Report of the LAO.
      • Requisition – attested copy
      • Alignment Sketch- BTR/TPR copies.
      • Letter from RA for Urgency.
      • Government order.
  • 46. 90 days
      • 6(1) published and survey works started.
      • - Basic records Collected. .
      • - Collection of Documents from SRO Started.
      • List of structures sent for valuation.
      • 4(1) notification Sent for publication…
  • 47. 4(1) Notification
      • The public announcement that Land acquisition works started..
      • - The land is needed or likely to be needed by Government for a public purpose.
      • - Nobody should deal with the land notified.
      • Enables the land owner to file objection.
      • Intention to enter the land
  • 48. 4(1) Notification
      • For a state Govt purpose , the notification can directly send to Govt press, Tvm. for publication.
      • But for Central Govt. purpose the requisition should sent through concerned state Govt. Department for publication.
  • 49. 4(1) Notification
      • In the notification, ensure that the land to be acquired is not wrongly described ,Govt land are not included and there is no omissions.
      • But the area may be an approximate one.
  • 50. 4(1) Notification- Modes of publication
      • 1.In the Gazette.
      • 2.In 2 local news papers.
      • 3.In the locality.(V.O/LSG)
      • The last date of such publication shall be the date of 4(1)
      • If the last date of publication is missed the last date would never exist.
  • 51. 120 days
      • Survey works are going on..
      • 4(1) notification Published.
      • Started preparation of Mahazar.
      • Issue Notices for 5A Enquiry.
  • 52. Calling objection.
      • In normal cases , immediately after 4(1) issue notices to land owners to file objections for conducting 5A enquiry.
      • The objections must be filed within 30 days from the date of 4(1).
  • 53. Remember.
      • There is no 5A enquiry if the land is acquired under urgency clause.
  • 54. 180 days
      • 4(1) published and 5A enquiry Conducted
      • or
      • Urgency Sanctioned.
      • Agreement executed.
      • Mahazar Prepared.
      • Valuation steps going on.
      • Survey/SD records approved…...
  • 55. 210 days
      • Survey process completed.
      • Valuation nearing completion.
      • Send DD for approval/publication.
  • 56. Documents to be accompanied with D.D. for scrutiny
    • 1 . Copy of Requisition
    • 2. Published copies of Notification and public notice
    • 3. Copy of B.T.R and T.P.extract
    • 4.Survey sketch and S.D. records
    • 5. Reconciliation statement
    • 6. Objection Petitions, if any.
    • 7. Report of enquiry u/s 5A
    • 8. Confidential report on objectionable elements
  • 57. 270 days
      • DD published.
      • Valuation Completed.
      • Send BVR for approval.
  • 58. 300 days
      • BVR approved
      • Send DVS for approval.
  • 59. 330 days
      • BVR and DVS approved
      • Issue notices for award enquiry.
  • 60. 390 days
      • Award enquiry conducted.
      • Award passed.
      • Issue notices for Taking possession of the land.
  • 61. 420 days
      • Award passed.
      • Notices for taking possession issued
      • Land Handed over.
      • Compensation given.
      • LAR filed.
  • 62. Award cannot be modified.
      • After passing the award the LAO is not competent to amend the award or pass supplementary award.
      • But he can correct any clerical or arithmetical errors or other mistakes or omissions apparent from the face of the records.
      • The correction should be within 6 months and before making a reference under section 18.
  • 63. Role of requisitioning department
      • RD is doing the work as agents of requisitioning Authority…..
      • But the role of RA is as much or more than that of RD…..
  • 64.
    • Within 30 days.
    Sanctioning Urgency.
  • 65. PERT- Method
      • Project Evaluation Review Technique
      • 460 days to complete all the 32 activities………….
  • 66. Concern of the land owner..
      • How much of my land is acquired……..?
      • When the land is acquired……….?
      • Is there any reasonable compensation……….?
      • When will I get the compensation…………?
      • How will I get the compensation……….?
  • 67.
    • DANGER
    DENOVA
  • 68. DENOVA..
      • LA steps will fall denova if,
      • 1.DD is not passed within one year after publication of 4(1) notification….
      • 2.Award is not passed within two years after publication of DD
  • 69. Planting of alignment stones if there is protest.
      • Plant Alignment stones immediately after the publication of 6(1) and mark the position of the stones in the alignment sketch and get it approved by RA.
      • This proces should be jointly done by RA and LAO
  • 70.
    • 1.Conduct survey
    After 6(1)
  • 71.
    • 1. Prepare the list of structures and send it for valuation
    After 6(1)
  • 72.
    • 2.Prepare the SD records and get it approved.
    After 6(1)
  • 73. Conducting survey
      • There should be advanced tour programme for surveyors.
      • Assign specific target for surveyors.
      • Review the work diary of surveyors and send it to DD Survey.
      • Send the sub division records for approval.
  • 74.
    • LACM
    POST AWARD ACTION
  • 75. Post award action
      • 1- LAO fill up all the relevant colums in the LACM and 9(2) notice as per S&B Act is published in the Gazette to receive any objections regarding survey details.
      • 2. Send notice in form 14 to the Sub Registrar under registered post.
      • 3.Send the Award, LACM, Sketch, sub dvn. statement( All in duplicate) to Tahsildar and he sends one copy to VO to effect changes in Village Records .
  • 76. Post award action At the Village Office
      • 1- V.O makes Changes in FMB, ThandapeRegister, BTR,Puramboke Register,- and Kooduthal Kuravu Register. ( The LAO may send a surveyor from his office to make changes in the FMB)
      • 2. If the land is for Govt purpose(PWD)
      • Kooduthal Kuravu statement should be prepared for approval by RDO/Jamabandhi Officer.
      • The entries should be made in the Register as PWD Puramboke.
      • 3.If the land is for Self Governed Bodies
      • TR should be conducted and Basic tax should be realised.
  • 77. Post award action At the Taluk Office
      • 1- After getting report from VO tahsildar make changes in the Taluk Land records and he fills up columns 27 to 31 in the LACM and returns to LAO.
  • 78. Post award action At the LAO Office
      • After getting the LACM and after the expiry of 3 months after publication of 9(2) , the LAO publish the final survey notification u/s 13 of the S&B Act. In the Gazette,and Village Office.
      • Get the publication report from VO.
      • Send the completed LACM to District colector to decide the LA file as R: Dis.

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