Industrial concern to be deemed Company for certain
purposes and Previous consent of appropriate Government
and execution of agreement necessary
are defined under section 38A and 39 of Land Acquisition
Act 1894. Provisions under these Sections are:
Section 38A of Land Acquisition Act 1894 "Industrial concern to be deemed Company for certain purposes"
An industrial concern, ordinarily employing not less than one hundred workmen owned by an individual or by an association of individuals and not being a Company, desiring to acquire land for the erection of dwelling houses for workmen employed by the concern or for the provision of amenities directly connected therewith shall, so far as concerns the acquisition of such land, be deemed to be a Company for the purposes of this Part, and the references to Company in sections 4, 5A, 6, 7 and 50 shall be interpreted as references also to such concern.
Section 39 of Land Acquisition Act 1894 "Previous consent of appropriate Government and execution of agreement necessary"
The provisions of sections 6 to 16 (both inclusive) and sections 18 to 37 (both inclusive)] shall not be put in force in order to acquire land for any company under this Part, unless with the previous consent of the appropriate Government; nor unless the Company shall have executed the agreement hereinafter mentioned.
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
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