ramesh ramesh 05 January 2022
Rama chary Rachakonda (Secunderabad/Highcourt practice watsapp no.9989324294 ) 05 January 2022
Court : IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUDICATURE AT MADRAS Brief : The portion of land reserved for public purpose in a layout or in a development plan or master plan approved by the local body cannot be used for any other purpose than the one specified therein Citation : Sri Devi Nagar Residences Welfare v. Subbathal - W.A. No.156 of 2000  RD-TN 1436 (12 April 2007)
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Aarushi 05 January 2022
In G. N. Khajuria (Dr) v. Delhi Development Authority, when a land allotted for a residential colony was given for the construction of a school, the Supreme Court did not take it lightly and deemed that allotment to be illegal and unlawful.
Thus, similarly, according to the judgement held in Sri Devi Nagar Residences Welfare v. Subbathal, any land which has been allotted for public purpose cannot be used for anything other than for what purpose it is marked. If, used for other purposes, even, it cannot be a private use, strictly not housing plots.
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ramesh ramesh 06 January 2022