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Socio Legal Aspect of Land Acquisition

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The De-notification dramas to denotify the excess land under acquisition notification is making its own roots for corruption. Although as back as in 1975 Supreme court has stated in specific words “Neither the Government nor the Commissioner could withdraw under s. 48(1) from the acquisition of any portion of the land which had been taken over by and vested in the Government.” (Balwant Narayan Bhagde vs M. D. Bhagwat & Ors AIR 1975 SC 1767) But still many De-notifications are blindly made even after taking of such possessions. #pdf

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