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LAND ACQUISITION ACT 1894

Amount of compensation awarded by Court not to be lower than the amount awarded by the Collector, What are the Form of awards? Section 25 and 26 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

 

 

What are Costs? What is the meaning of Collector may be directed to pay interest on excess compensation? Section 27 and 28 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

What is Re-determination of the amount of compensation on the basis of the award of the Court? Should Particulars of apportionment to be specified? Section 28A and 29 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

What is Disputes as to apportionment? What is the rule regarding Payment of compensation or deposit of same in Court? Section 30 and 31 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

How to do Investment of money deposited in respect of lands belonging to persons incompetent to alienate? How to do Investment of money deposited in other cases? Section 32 and 33 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

What is Calculation for Payment of interest? Temporary occupation of waste or arable land,  Procedure when difference as to compensation exists Section 34 and 35 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

What is the Power to enter and take possession, and compensation on restoration? Difference as to condition on land Section 36 and 37 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

Is Industrial concern to be deemed Company for certain purposes? Is Previous consent of appropriate Government and execution of agreement necessary? Section 38A and 39 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

 

 

What is Previous enquiry? Agreement with appropriate Government, Is Publication of agreement necessary? Section 40, 41 and 42 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

Are Sections 39 to 42 not to apply where Government bound by agreement to provide land for Companies? How agreement with Railway Company may be proved? Section 43 and 44 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

Restriction on transfer, etc., Land not to be acquired under this Part except for certain purpose for private companies other than Government companies Section 44A and 44B of Land Acquisition Act 1894

What is the procedure for Service of notices? What is the Penalty for obstructing acquisition of land? Is Magistrate to enforce surrender? Section 45, 46 and 47 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

Is Completion of acquisition not compulsory, but compensation to be awarded when not completed? What is Acquisition of part of house of building? Section 48 and 49 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

Whether Acquisition of land at cost of a local authority or Company? When Exemption from stamp-duty and fees? Section 50 and 51 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

Acceptance of certified copy as evidence, Notice in case of suits for anything done in pursuance of Act Section 51A and 52 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

Is Code of Civil Procedure to apply to proceedings before Court? Appeals in proceedings before Court, Section 53 and 54 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

Power to make rules Section 55 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

Section 32 Investment of money deposited in respect of lands belonging to persons incompetent to alienate, Section 33 Investment of money deposited in other cases - Land Acquisition Act 1894

How to do Investment of money deposited in respect of lands belonging to persons incompetent to alienate? How to do Investment of money deposited in other cases? Section 32 and 33 of Land Acquisition Act 1894

 

Investment of money deposited in respect of lands belonging to persons incompetent to alienate and Investment of money deposited in other cases are defined under section 32 and 33 of Land Acquisition Act 1894. Provisions under these Sections are:

Section 32 of Land Acquisition Act 1894 "Investment of money deposited in respect of lands belonging to persons incompetent to alienate"

(1) If any money shall be deposited in Court under sub-section (2) of the last preceding section and it appears that the land in respect whereof the same was awarded belonged to any person who had no power to alienate the same, the Court shall-

(a) order the money to be invested in the purchase of other lands to be held under the like title and conditions of ownership as the land in respect of which such money shall have been deposited was held, or

(b) if such purchase cannot be effected forthwith, then in such Government or other approved securities as the Court shall think fit;

and shall direct the payment of the interest or other proceeds arising from such investment to the person or persons who would for the time being have been entitled to the possession of the said land, and such moneys shall remain so deposited and invested until the same be applied-

(i) in the purchase of such other lands as aforesaid; or

(ii) in payment to any person or persons becoming absolutely entitled thereto.

(2) In all cases of moneys deposited to which this section applies the Court shall order the costs of the following matters, including therein all reasonable charges and expenses incident thereon, to be paid by the Collector, namely:-

(a) the costs of such investments as aforesaid;

(b) the costs of the orders for the payment of the interest or other proceeds of the securities upon which such moneys are for the time being invested, and for the payment out of Court of the principal of such moneys, and of all proceedings relating thereto, except such as may be occasioned by litigation between adverse claimants.

Section 33 of Land Acquisition Act 1894 "Investment of money deposited in other cases"

When any money shall have been deposited in Court under this Act for any cause other than that mentioned in the last preceding section, the Court may, on the application of any party interested or claiming an interest in such money, order the same to be invested in such Government or other approved securities as it may think proper, and may direct the interest or other proceeds of any such investment to be accumulated and paid in such manner as it may consider will give the parties interested therein the same benefit therefrom as they might have had from the land in respect whereof such money shall have been deposited or as near thereto as may be.

 

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