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L.A.Act – Sec.28, 23 ( 1A) – the provisions of Section 23(1A) of the L.A. Act are mandatory and the claimants-appellants are entitled to 12% enhanced compensation for the period commencing from the date of publication of Notification under Section 4 of the L.A. Act. The High Court also failed to appreciate that the appellants are entitled to interest @ 15% per annum as contemplated under proviso to Section 28 of the L.A. Act as the compensation was paid after the expiry of period of one year. = JAI KRISHAN (D) Thr. LRs. … APPELLANT VERSUS STATE OF UTTARAKHAND & ORS. … RESPONDENTS = 2014 – July. Part – http://judis.nic.in/supremecourt/filename=41721

 L.A.Act – Sec.28, 23 ( 1A) – the provisions of Section  23(1A) of the L.A. Act are mandatory and the claimants-appellants are  entitled  to 12% enhanced compensation  for  the  period  commencing  from  the  date  of publication of Notification under Section 4 of the L.A. Act. The High  Court also failed to appreciate that the appellants are  entitled  to  interest  @ 15% … Continue reading

Land Acquisition act -10% escalation of price- the mode of determining the market value by providing appropriate escalation over the proved market value of nearby lands in previous years (as evidenced by sale transactions or acquisitions), where there is no evidence of any contemporaneous sale transactions or acquisitions of comparable lands in the neighbourhood. The said method is reasonably safe where the relied-on sale transactions/acquisitions precede the subject acquisition by only a few years, that is, up to four to five years. Beyond that it may be unsafe, even if it relates to a neighbouring land. = Apex court enhanced the compensation and in respect of damages remanded the case to trail court for fresh disposal after recording evidence = Himmat Singh and others ….Appellants versus State of M.P. and another ….Respondents = published in http://judis.nic.in/supremecourt/imgst.aspx?filename=41039

Land Acquisition act    -10% escalation of price–  the mode of determining the  market           value by providing appropriate escalation over the proved market value         of nearby lands in previous years (as evidenced by  sale  transactions         or acquisitions), where there is no evidence  of … Continue reading

M.V. Act – Death of a 19 year old Engineer student – Apex court enhanced compensation to Rs.7,00,000 from Rs. two lakhs = Radhakrishna and another ….Appellants versus Gokul and others ….Respondents = Reported in http://judis.nic.in/supremecourt/filename=40944

M.V. Act – Death of a 19 year old Engineer student – Apex court enhanced compensation     to Rs.7,00,000  from Rs. two lakhs =       Thus  the  grand  total compensation of the applicants is Rs.1,92,000/- entitled to  get  from Res 1-3 jointly or separately.”   The appellants challenged the award  of  the  Tribunal  by  filing  an … Continue reading

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