Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable Property (Amendment) Bill, 2017 was passed by?

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Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable Property (Amendment) Bill, 2017 was passed by?


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Anonymous User answered 05-Jun-2018 by Anonymous User

*Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable Property (Amendment) Bill*

Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable Property (Amendment) Bill, 2017 was passed by?

The Lok Sabha has passed this Bill, 2017 to make it simpler for government to obtain Immovable Property (Amendment) Bill, 2017 to make it less demanding for government to gain unfaltering property for 'national security and barrier purpose'...

The Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable Property (Amendment) Bill, 2017

• The Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable Property (Amendment) Bill, 2017 was presented in Lok Sabha on July 18, 2017. The Bill corrects the Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable Property Act, 1952.

• 1952 Act: The Act accommodates the focal government to order steadfast property (or land) for any open reason. Such open reason must be a motivation behind the focal government, (for example, resistance, focal government workplaces and living arrangements). Once the reason for which the property was demanded is finished, it must be returned back to the proprietor in as great a condition as when the ownership was taken.

• The focal government may secure such demanded property in two cases which are: (I) if the central government has built any work at such property, and the privilege to utilize such work must be with the legislature; or (ii) if the cost of reestablishing the property to the first condition would be exorbitant, and the proprietor declines to acknowledge the property without being made up for reestablishing the property.


• Key highlights of the Bill include:

• Retrospective application: The Bill will be regarded to have come into constraining on March 14, 1952, the date of the authorization of the Act.

• Re-issue of notice for securing: Under the Act, when gaining a demanded property, the central government needs to issue a warning concerning such a procurement. Before issuing such notice, the legislature needs to give the property proprietor (or any individual guaranteeing remuneration on the property) a chance to be heard. The property proprietor at such hearing should give motivations to why the property ought not to be gained. The Bill gives that the legislature may re-issue the procurement notice to the property proprietor (or a man inspired by the property) to give them the satisfactory open door for a hearing. This would be independent of any past court requests or judgments putting aside any past notification for procurement. Notwithstanding, the re-issue of notice won't have any significant bearing to situations where the remuneration has just been granted and acknowledged by the petitioners.

• Interest payable on remuneration: In situations where a notice has been re-issued, the property proprietor (or a man keen on the property) will be qualified for an enthusiasm on the payment payable to them. The intrigue will be computed for the period from when the primary notice was issued till the date of the last installment of pay. This premium will be the same as the yearly rate of premium, predominant at any significant time, on the local settled store offered by the State Bank of India.

• Applicability of upgraded pay: The Bill gives that such improved pay will be granted just in the event that: (I) the procurement see has been re-issued, and (ii) the land is being gained with the end goal of national security and guard.



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