I am currently considering purchasing plots in a newly developed residential project located within my village. However, I have learned that the layout plan for this project has been approved by the Gram and Taluk Panchayat.
I did check the online RTC of NA land, I discovered that the property has a total land measurement of 35 Guntas, including 10 Guntas classified as A Kharab. However, the DC conversion order explicitly states that only 25 Guntas have been approved for non-agricultural purposes.
In light of this, the developer has informed me that the 10 Guntas of A Kharab land are being utilized for the construction of roads and parks within the project.
In light of this, I have several questions and concerns, and I would greatly appreciate your expert insights on the matter.
1) Does Gram and Taluk Panchayat have the legal authority to approve residential layout plans for DC-converted land in Karnataka?
2) Given that the DC conversion order has approved only 25 Guntas for non-agricultural purposes, what are the implications for the remaining 10 Guntas classified as A Kharab?
3) Can the A Kharab land be utilized or converted for any specific purposes?
4) Is it legally permissible to utilize A Kharab land for the development of roads and parks within a residential project?
Thank you very much for your time and consideration. I eagerly look forward to receiving your expert advice on this matter.