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LAND ACQUISITION ACT 2013

Section 102 Difference in price of land when transferred for higher consideration to be shared

103 Provisions to be an addition to existing laws

Section 104 Option of appropriate Government to lease

 

 

Section 105 Provisions of this Act not to apply in certain cases or to apply with certain modifications

Section 106 Power to amend Schedule

Section 107 Power of state legislature to enact any law more beneficial to affected families

Section 108 Option to affected families to avail better compensation and rehabilitation and resettlement

Section 108 Option to affected families to avail better compensation and rehabilitation and resettlement - The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act 2013

Option to affected families to avail better compensation and rehabilitation and resettlement - Section 108 of Land Acquisition Act 2013

 

Option to affected families to avail better compensation and rehabilitation and resettlement is defined under section 108 of Land Acquisition Act 2013. Provisions under these Sections are :

Section 108 of Land Acquisition Act 2013 "Option to affected families to avail better compensation and rehabilitation and resettlement"

(1) Where a State law or a policy framed by the Government of a State provides for a higher compensation than calculated under this Act for the acquisition of land, the affected persons or his family or member of his family may at their option opt to avail such higher compensation and rehabilitation and resettlement under such State law or such policy of the State.

(2) Where a State law or a policy framed by the Government of a State offers more beneficial rehabilitation and resettlement provisions under that Act or policy than under this Act, the affected persons or his family or member of his family may at his option opt to avail such rehabilitation and resettlement provisions under such State law or such policy of the State instead of under this Act.

 

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