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ILC-2016-SC-CIVIL-Feb-21

Jaidev Inder Singh Vs. Amrit Sar Improvement Trust

Head Note

Civil Law  - Land Acquisition

Punjab Town Improvement Trust Act, 1922 - Section 36 - Utilisation of Land and Allotment of Plots and Improvement Trust Rules, 1975, Rule 7(ii) - Land Acquisition - Local Displace Person - Plot allotment - Claim for - Belated claim - Challenge on the acquisition was finally concluded before the High Court by Judgment dated 27.09.2001 and the appellant and the other owners of the land belonging to the family of the appellant were dispossessed only on 09.06.2008 - Thereafter in 2010, they have made the claim for allotment of land under the Rules before the Trust - Held that it cannot be held that the claim is highly belated and they should be non-suited on this ground.

Civil Law  - Land Acquisition

Punjab Town Improvement Trust Act, 1922 - Section 36 - Utilisation of Land and Allotment of Plots and Improvement Trust Rules, 1975, Rule 7(ii) - Land Acquisition - Local Displace Person - Plot allotment - Claim for -There are two different acquisitions at two different locations - One acquisition is pursuant to the Notification dated 18.12.1972 and the other dated 19.02.1973 - They are different acquisitions and at different locations - It cannot be held that once the land owner is allotted lands as per the Rules as a local displaced person, thereafter even if his property is acquired at subsequent stage or at a different place, he will not be a local displaced person - Local displaced person has to be understood with reference to the acquisition concerned.

Topic(s)-Land Acquisition - Local Displace Person - Claim not highly belated







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