Section 63 Jurisdiction of civil courts barred Section 64 Reference to Authority - The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act 2013
Jurisdiction of civil courts barred Reference to Authority - Section 63 and 64 of Land Acquisition Act 2013
Jurisdiction of civil courts barred and Reference to Authority are defined under section 63 and 64 of Land Acquisition Act 2013. Provisions under these Sections are:
Section 63 of Land Acquisition Act 2013 "Jurisdiction of civil courts barred"
No civil court (other than High Court under article 226 or article 227 of the Constitution or the Supreme Court) shall have jurisdiction to entertain any dispute relating to land acquisition in respect of which the Collector or the Authority is empowered by or under this Act, and no injunction shall be granted by any court in respect of any such matter.
Section 64 of Land Acquisition Act 2013 "Reference to Authority"
(1) Any person interested who has not accepted the award may, by written application to the Collector, require that the matter be referred by the Collector for the determination of the Authority, as the case may be, whether his objection be to the measurement of the land, the amount of the compensation, the person to whom it is payable, the rights of Rehabilitation and Resettlement under Chapters V and VI or the apportionment of the compensation among the persons interested:
Provided that the Collector shall, within a period of thirty days from the date of receipt of application, make a reference to the appropriate Authority:
Provided further that where the Collector fails to make such reference within the period so specified, the applicant may apply to the Authority, as the case may be, requesting it to direct the Collector to make the reference to it within a period of thirty days.
(2) The application shall state the grounds on which objection to the award is taken:
Provided that every such application shall be made-
(a) If the person making it was present or represented before the Collector at the time when he made his award, within six weeks from the date of the Collector's award;
(b) in other cases, within six weeks of the receipt of the notice from the Collector under section 21, or within six months from the date of the Collector's award, whichever period shall first expire:
Provided further that the Collector may entertain an application after the expiry of the said period, within a further period of one year, if he is satisfied that there was sufficient cause for not filing it within the period specified in the first proviso.