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LAND ACQUISITION ACT 2013

PROCEDURE AND MANNER OF REHABILITATION AND RESETTLEMENT

Section 43 Appointment of administrator

Section 44 Commissioner for rehabilitation and resettlement

Section 45 Rehabilitation and resettlement committee at project level

Section 46 Provisions relating to rehabilitation and resettlement to apply in case of certain persons other than specified persons

Section 47 Quantification and deposit of rehabilitation and resettlement amount

 

 

CHAPTER VII

NATIONAL MONITORING COMMITTEE FOR REHABILITATION AND RESETTLEMENT

Section 48 Establishment of National monitoring committee for rehabilitation and resettlement

Section 49 Reporting Requirements

Section 50 Establishment of state monitoring committee for rehabilitation and resettlement

Section 51 Establishment of land acquisition rehabilitation and resettlement authority

Section 52 Composition of Authority

Section 53 Qualification for appointment as presiding officer

Section 54 Terms of office of presiding officer

Section 55 Staff of authority

Section 56 Salary and allowances and other terms and conditions of service of Presiding Officers

Section 48 Establishment of National monitoring committee for rehabilitation and resettlement - The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act 2013

Establishment of National monitoring committee for rehabilitation and resettlement - Section 48 of Land Acquisition Act 2013

 

Establishment of National monitoring committee for rehabilitation and resettlement is defined under section 48 of Land Acquisition Act 2013. Provisions under this Section is:

Section 48 of Land Acquisition Act 2013 "Establishment of National monitoring committee for rehabilitation and resettlement"

(1) The Central Government may, whenever necessary, for national or inter-State projects, constitute a National Monitoring Committee for reviewing and monitoring the implementation of rehabilitation and resettlement schemes or plans under this Act.

(2) The Committee may, besides having representation of the concerned Ministries and Departments of the Central and State Governments. associate with it eminent experts from the relevant fields.

(3) The procedures to be followed by the Committee and the allowances payable to the experts shall be such as may be prescribed.

(4) The Central Government shall provide officers and other employees the Committee necessary for its efficient functioning.

 

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