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Occupant class ii conversion

(Querist) 12 December 2016 This query is : Resolved 
Dear Sir,
Occupant class ii lands are government lands and at the time of purchase we have to pay najarana to Govt. and require collector's permission to purchase the land .
Sir, my query is that after completing all the legal formalities can these land convert into occupant class 1, or is there any procedure to convert such type of land to occupant class 1..
Kumar Doab (Expert) 12 December 2016
Local rules involved.

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Rajendra K Goyal (Expert) 12 December 2016
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Ms.Usha Kapoor (Expert) 13 December 2016
By paying conversion tax you can convert occupancy class II INTO OCCUPANCY CLASS1. Read THE FOLLOWING ARTICLE PUBLISHED IN TOI.
The Times of IndiaCity

News Home » City » Mumbai
Maharashtra government makes conversion of agriculture land for industrial use simpler
TNN | Jan 21, 2016, 01.00 AM IST
MUMBAI: Doing away with a century-old procedure, the state revenue department on Wednesday issued a government resolution discontinuing non-agricultural (NA) permission for land for bona fide industrial use.

Addressing a press conference at Mantralaya, revenue minister Eknath Khadse said a committee, be headed by the additional collector, has been set up.

The applicant needs to apply to the panel for information on reservations on the land where the industry is to be set up. The information will be provided within a month. Also, the applicant does not have to obtain a no-objection certificate from any department. After setting up the industry, the applicant has to intimate the office of the tehsildar or talati, who will grant the sanad (deed) within 60 days.

For Class I and Class II land, citizens will be informed about the category within a month of the application. If the land is Class I, NA permission will not be required. If the land is Class II, an NOC will be granted for conversion following payment of the conversion tax, but it will not require NA permission. The deadline in both cases is 30 days.

If officials do not comply, disciplinary action can be initiated against them, said Khadse. All district collectors' offices have been directed to set up a data bank as well as a special desk to make it easy to issue NOCs, he added.If you appreciate this answer please give me all my profile likes.

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