Section 31 Rehabilitation and Resettlement Award for affected families by Collector - The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act 2013
Rehabilitation and Resettlement Award for affected families by Collector - Section 31 of Land Acquisition Act 2013
Rehabilitation and Resettlement Award for affected families by Collector is defined under section 31 of Land Acquisition Act 2013. Provisions under this Section is:
Section 31 of Land Acquisition Act 2013 "Rehabilitation and Resettlement Award for affected families by Collector"
(1) The Collector shall pass Rehabilitation and Resettlement Awards for each affected family in terms of the entitlements provided in the Second Schedule.
(2) The Rehabilitation and Resettlement Award shall include all of the following, namely:-
(a) rehabilitation and resettlement amount payable to the family;
(b) bank account number of the person to which the rehabilitation and resettlement award amount is to be transferred;
(c) particulars of house site and house to be allotted, in case of displaced families;
(d) particulars of land allotted to the displaced families;
(e) particulars of one time subsistence allowance and transportation allowance in case of displaced families;
(f)) particulars of payment for cattle shed and petty shops;
(g) particulars of one-time amount to artisans and small traders;
(h) details of mandatory employment to be provided to the members of the affected families;
(i) particulars of any fishing rights that may be involved;
(j) particulars of annuity and other entitlements to be provided;
(k) particulars of special provisions for the Scheduled Castes and the Scheduled Tribes to be provided: .
Provided that in case any of the matters specified under clauses (a) to (k) are not applicable to any affected family the same shall be indicated as "not applicable":
Provided further that the appropriate Government may, by notification increase the rate of rehabilitation and resettlement amount payable to the affected families, taking into account the rise in the price index.