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saquib (Advocate)     10 December 2009

Compensation under Land Acquisition (Amendment) Act 2007

Dear All,

I want to know whether tenant residing for 70 years both commercially and residentially has any remedy along with land lord in compensation amount under land acquisition act for road widening programme?

if yes then upto what Extent/percent?.

Compensation is given under The Land Acquisition (Amendment) Act 2007 and relationship of Landlord and Tenant is governed under Maharashtra Rent control Act.1999

waiting for your reply.


Saquib Shaikh


 5 Replies

saquib (Advocate)     12 December 2009

What happened no reply from anyone.......

selvamayyavunarayanan (Deputy Manager- Legal)     18 December 2009

The Landlord of the building is legally entitled for not the Tenant. You are being lawfully evicted by a notice.   

PALNITKAR V.V. (Lawyer)     23 December 2009

The tenant is entitled to compensation. However, the quantum may differ depending upon various circumstances e.g. nature of the tenanted premises, loss suffered by the tenant, lengh of possessions as a tenant etc.

Chandan Garg (Legal consultant)     29 March 2010

Originally posted by :Nirav Pankaj Shah
"  The Government proposes to set up a Centralised Processing Centre (CPC) during 2009-10 only at Bengaluru, for processing of all Income-tax returns received in the State of Karnataka and for processing of all e-returns received in the country. 

It will provide speedy processing of returns and issue of refunds to all taxpayers irrespective of whether they are based in urban, rural or tribal areas, if they file their returns electronically. 

The CPC in Bengaluru is expected to begin its operation by the end of August, 2009. 

This information was given by Minister of State for Finance, Shri S.S. Palanimanickam in written reply to a question raised in Lok Sabha today. 

Chandan Garg (Legal consultant)     29 March 2010

 i was not supposed to post this it is accidental so please ignore the reply sent here

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