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ILC-2016-SC-CIVIL-Feb-24

Delhi Development authority Vs. Prithi Pal Singh & Ors.

Head Note

The Land Acquisition Act, 1894  - Section 48 , Constitution of India, 1950  - Article 142

Denotification of Land - Rejection of request of the first respondent - High Court setting aside the order passed by appellants - To balance equities between the parties and to put an end to the entire litigation, be it for the compensation, be it for de-notification or for that matter anything touching on road pertaining to the disputed land, and thus for doing complete justice, to invoke Article 142 of the Constitution, appellant-Delhi Development Authority directed to limit its claim to 3000 square meters and leave the rest to the first respondent - Made clear while leaving the balance to the first respondent, the appellant should also see that the first respondent gets access to the main road and that he is in a position to utilize the property for any of the purposes as permitted under law - There shall not be any further claim available even by way of compensation to the first respondent or anybody claiming through him for the land in question or for the road portion - Therefore, there is no need for disbursement of any compensation.

Topic(s)-Land Acquisition - De-notification of Land - Equities Balanced







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