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  1. NEW DELHI: The debate over land acquisition may have acquired a tinge of class-war like rhetoric that has the government miffed, but transparency activists feel the administration is not helping their own case by denying information under the Right to Information Act.Read more at:Government denies info on land ordinance under RTI Act - The Economic Times
  2. MUMBAI: The Mumbai Port Trust (MbPT) and Union shipping ministry seem to be playing a game of passing the parcel when it comes to a report on developing port trust land. A citizen trying to get his hands on the report, with the help of the Right to Information Act, has been repeatedly fobbed off. Read at: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/mumbai/Runaround-for-information-on-MbPT-land/articleshow/46952172.cms
  3. Reported by Jeevan Prakash Sharma in Hindustantimes.com on April 10, 2015 CAG report touches just the tip of the iceberg as crores flow out through land law loopholes A report released on March 25, 2015, by the Comptroller and Auditor General of India was widely reported in the media because of its reference to M/s Skylight Hospitality Private Limited (a company owned by Robert Vadra). One part of the report, titled Profits on sale of land, mentioned five companies, namely Skylight Hospitality Private Limited, Sun Star Builders Private Limited, Witness Pvt Housing Limited, Uppal Housing Pvt Ltd and Mark Builtech Pvt Ltd for selling “land for Rs. 267.47 crore they had purchased for Rs. 52.26 crore and earned a profit of Rs. 215.47 crore in such transactions”. According to CAG, these transactions deprived the state government of crores in revenues. What the CAG missed mentioning, however, was that hundreds of developers in Haryana were bypassing real estate rules and licence conditions to avoid paying the state government its share of profits. Realty rules require developers to keep 15% profit they made from a project and deposit the rest with the government. Legally, in Haryana, only a landowner can apply for a license to set up a colony. Land prices shoot up once such licenses are granted. To get a licence, government rules require that the owner “derive maximum net profit at the rate of 15% of the total project cost of development of a colony after making provisions of statutory taxes. In case the net profit exceeds 15% after completion of the project, the surplus amount shall either be deposited within two months in the State Government Treasury by the owner or he shall spend this money on further amenities/facilities in his colony for the benefit of the residents.” Bypassing rules is simple. Developer A plans a project and sells it to developer B without completing a project and making a huge profit as value of his land has appreciated after he acquires a licence. Since he has sold the project before completion, A does not comply with the licence provision of depositing extra profits with the government. And that’s not all. Some developers have floated subsidiaries. One company gets the licence on the basis of land it owns; it sells the land to another company at double the cost; another company does the construction work and reports that its profits have not exceeded 15%. However, calculations of the profits made by one developer through subsidiaries paint a different picture – and show that one entity makes profits that are double and even triple the total cost of the project. An official of the Department of Town and Country Planning of Haryana, on conditions of anonymity, says ”Often, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) or collaborative agreement is signed between two different companies to bypass rules. “A company which gets the license on the basis of ownership of land can’t transfer or sell the license to any other company. So it sells the land to another company (which can also be its subsidiary) by signing an MoU or collaborative agreement. As per the agreement, the second company pays the total land cost to the first company but gets construction and marketing rights to the whole project. The first company earns a huge profit as land is the most expensive component of any project and the second company reports it has failed to make profits in excess of 15%. This is one of the instances. In many cases, a real estate firm has floated many subsidiary firms to evade the 15% profit clause.” This is why the CAG in its report has recommended that “A proper mechanism needs to be put in place to ensure that in cases where land has been sold without completion of the project, net profit beyond 15% of the total cost as such sale should be deposited with the state government.” “Procedures for entertaining applications for developing commercial colonies, criteria for determining area norms, timelines for completion of projects etc need to be clearly spelt out. There is an urgent need to make the whole process transparent and clear. Further, licenses should only be allotted to genuine developers after a careful and proper scrutiny of the applications,” the report adds. Realty experts say that Haryana is the only state in which there is a provision under which a developer can’t make more than 15% profit as the state government thinks housing is not a money-making business. The 15% profit clause applies to both residential as well as commercial construction. Keeping the profits – how developers do it The CAG report tabled in the Haryana Assembly last week highlighted losses to the state exchequer through dubious land deals, but the state government needs to urgently address the problem of most developers bypassing rules requiring them to deposit with the state treasury the extra profits they make over and above 15% from housing projects. For instance, developers are allowed to get their licenses renewed every five years and as many times as possible. Also, there is no time limit for completion of the project and for acquiring a completion certificate. As a result, projects which were started in the 80s did not get completion certificates till 2011. “Developers normally take partial completion certificates, and not the full and final completion certificate, for which a final audit report has to be submitted. Some developers have submitted the annual audit report but a majority has not done so. However, the actual profit can be assessed only through a final audit report,” says Sanjay Sharma, a Gurgaon-based property consultant. Says Ashish Kaul, an RTI (right to information) activist, “As per an RTI reply, no developer has taken any completion certificate till 2011. If he does so then he would have to submit a full and final audit report to the Department of Town and Country Planning, revealing his total earnings.” In March 2011, the previous Haryana government had amended the Haryana Development and Regulation of Urban Areas Act, 1975, allegedly giving developers an escape route from the 15% profit clause. The developer now has the option to either deposit something called an ‘infrastructure augmentation charge’ of just Rs. 20 lakh per acre as applicable from time to time at any stage before the grant of completion certificate and get exemption from the 15% profit restriction. Saurabh Prakash, a Delhi High Court lawyer and a resident of a group housing project in Gurgaon, says “What is surprising is that the maximum amount for `20 lakh per acre for the infrastructure augmentation charge is applicable with retrospective effect. Under the amended provision, developers can now pay Rs. 20 lakh and not be held accountable for profits they have made over and above 15% of the construction cost of the project.” To find out how many developers took completion certificates after March 2011, Kaul filed an RTI application for the Department of Town and Country Planning, Haryana, but did not get a satisfactory response. “The provision has been made to help developers get completion certificates without depositing profits over 15%. This was done by the previous Hooda government and we expect the BJP government to set aside the amendment in the interest of the homebuyers and the state,” says Kaul.
  4. Hello, A RTI was filed with a town panchayat office in tamilnadu in regards to encroachment of the land by them in the context of some community development purpose when they have no rights vested on it...The rti applicant already have a case pending against the town panchayat for this encroachment. This is in the state of tamilnadu. The RTI reply is in tamil. The PIO replied with a one liner -stating that since there is a court case (stating the case no details) pending on this land, no information can be provided in regards to this land at this time and the applicant can move this to first appeal for further instruction,if needed. Does having a pending legal case has any valid ground with rejecting information on the land.? under what clause? Also ,what is a better option now - 1. move this to first appeal..I am sure first appellate also with go hand in hand with the PIO,as in most cases. or 2 file a RTI directly with the higher revenue authority since the court case is only against the town panchayat and not against the revenue department. Information is time critical here..
  5. sir, is it possible to file a RTI for a land that was acquired by the govt in 2002 from a owner for a very meagre amount where a big chunk was eaten over by the corrupt revenue officials at that time. this is a land that was acquired from a single owner private party for a national highways road extension in tamilnadu.. kindly note - the land had been sold over to another party in 2003 due to the hardship this had caused for the original party. the original owner expired in 2010..but now, the legal heir (who was minor at that time) of the original party/owner at the time of land acquisition wants to take this up and expose this corruption now..is it possible to do now or is this long time elapse a matter of concern here?
  6. "Land mafia working as property dealers encroached 3 beegha land of Nagarpalika Bandikui (Dausa district) some ten years ago and constructed at least 70 shops for commercial purpose on the main road," Manoj Goliya, activist and a local scribe, said during a press conference in Jaipur. Read more at: RTI activist asks Rajasthan government to clear land encroached by mafia - IBNLive
  7. LUCKNOW: What's in a name! The adage does not hold true for Mithlesh Kumari and her namesake for whom their name has created an identity crisis. The issue is so big that one of them has now sought information under RTI to establish her identity as the owner of a 60-bigha piece of land. Read at: RTI to reveal who owns land claimed by two women of same name - The Times of India
  8. Sharks and squatters are eating up gram sabha lands across Delhi. It's a bleak story of how land worth at least Rs.5,000 crore has been usurped by those who act with impunity. While the government and the civic bodies struggle to identify land for developmental projects, the land mafia and grabbers have so far cornered more than 1,000 acres of village land in the national capital. There is an entrenched nexus between the grabbers and influential locals in the villages. This came to light following an RTI response sought by Delhibased activist Rajhans Bansal. Government records show nearly 1,700 bighas or over 1,000 acres of gram sabha land has been encroached upon by locals and the realty mafia. Over the years, successive governments in Delhi have cited long-standing dispute with the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) over ownership and unavailability of land as the reasons for poor developmental works. However, official records prove that the governments are themselves to be blamed for the sad state of affairs. Incidentally, the dispute among the land-owning agencies could have easily been avoided had the Delhi government managed to retrieve the land, a major chunk of which is situated in prime South and South East Delhi locations. Read more at: 1,000 acres of prime Delhi land encroached by land sharks and squatters : India, News - India Today
  9. Sharks and squatters are eating up gram sabha lands across Delhi. It’s a bleak story of how land worth at least Rs 5,000 crore has been usurped by those who act with impunity. Read more at: Delhi land grabbers sit on village land worth Rs 5,000 crore, as mafia and other crooks seize 1,000 vital acres | Daily Mail Online
  10. GirijaSiva

    Physical location of land

    There is a piece of land that is acquired more than 20 years back. Due to owner being out of station and other reasons, the owner is now unable to locate the land. With the survey number and other details available in registration document, how can the land be physically located? If RTI can be used, should it be filed with registration department, municipality or any other department? What should be the information sought in the RTI? Approaching MRO Office or Agents did not help....
  11. On SEZ land, a global smart city NEW DELHI: About 800 acres of the total land the Haryana government got back from Reliance Haryana SEZ Limited (RHSL) in February last year will be developed as a global city having all the attributes of a smart city as the Narendra Modi government has envisioned. "The city shall be one of its kind in India. It will be designed by integrating smart community concepts ranging from water supply and power to integration of IT services in managing various utilities of the area. The project components would include festive and leisure (components), including an exhibition and convention centre, high value innovation and knowledge industries, central business district and township etc," says the concept note on the global city. The project will be developed by a special entity through a 50:50 partnership between the Haryana State Industrial & Infrastructure Development Corporation (HSIIDC) and Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor Development Corporation (DMICDC). While the state finance minister said on Tuesday his government would investigate how the previous Bhupinder Singh Hooda government did not invite bids for the scrapped SEZ project, the new government seems to be keen on the global city project in the outskirts of Gurgaon. In response to an RTI application filed by a Gurgaon-based activist, Aseem Takyar, the HSIIDC said DMICDC has appointed a consultant for preparing the master plan for the global city project. Sources in DMICDC said the state agency is working on the site boundary. According to the RTI reply, the board of directors of HSIIDC had approved the setting up of a joint venture in its meeting on March 14, 2014. "Work is going on and the project may be rolled out by the end of this year," a government source said. The concept note also mentioned that any excess land would be reserved for an exclusive township of HSIIDC and its "monetization to compensate for the opportunity cost of the land". Read More: On SEZ land, a global smart city - The Times of India
  12. COIMBATORE: Government land allotted to the public health department in Irugur by the district collector was sold to a private party in 2013. According to records the entire registration process and allotting the patta to the private person was done in just a day. The transaction came to light after K Ramamoorthy, an RTI activist, filed an RTI application on the issue. District collector Archana Patnaik has ordered a probe into the matter. Read at: Govt land allotted for hosp sold to pvt party - The Times of India
  13. Mr.N.Muthyalu who is a resident of konthapalli village shivam peta (M) of Medak district near Hyderabad was having 9.2 acres of land which was encroached by a real estate agent by paying bribes to the revenue staff who have addedseveral new names of the owners deleting the original name in the PAHANI after making lot of efforts right upto RDO , disgusted , he filed RTI in 2010 which was not replied by PIO and even first appeal was also not replied by FAA then he filed second appeal and before the SIC the new thasildhar accepted the goalmaal and agreed to correct the records with the approval of district collector. this is a long fight yet a successfull fight of a common man against corrupt burocracy.
  14. Major anomalies are being orchestrated in the acquisition and allotment of land in the State. According to RTI Lok Seva, a voluntary organisation, when the land acquisition bill was a major national issue, RTI act info and audit report of the State shows blatant irregularities and injustice to farmers and land owners in Uttarakhand. Read at: RTI shows gross irregularities in land acquisition in State
  15. As per data procured from Director Sainik Welfare Punjab through RTI, 161 cases of land allotment to war widows and soldiers injured in 1962, 1965 and 1971 wars are still pending before the state government. Read more at: 50 years on, no promised land for war widows in Chandigarh - The Times of India
  16. [TABLE=width: 1000] [TR] [TD]'No Info Available on Promulgation of Land Ordinance by Prez' There is no information available on promulgation of land ordinance by President Pranab Mukherjee, the government has said. "There is no such information," the Department of Land Resources said in reply to an RTI query. Venkatesh Nayak, who works with NGO Commonwealth Human Rights Initiative (CHRI), has sought information including photocopies of all materials on the basis of which the President was satisfied that circumstances existed for him to take immediate action by promulgating the land ordinance. Nayak has also sought copies of file notings in this regard from President's secretariat. The RTI application was forwarded to the Department of Land Resources for providing the information "pertains to or more closely related to the functions of your office". "It is strange that government has no information to furnish on such a controversial issue. It is against the spirit of transparency claimed by the government," Nayak said. The President had on December 31 last, given assent to the ordinance on Land Acquisition Act envisaging procuring land for industrial corridors, rural infrastructure, defence and housing. The ordinance was cleared by Union Cabinet on December 29. The ordinance has made significant changes in the Land Acquisition Act including removal of consent clause for acquiring land for five areas-- industrial corridors, Public Private Partnership (PPP) projects, rural infrastructure, affordable housing and defence. The Opposition has been slamming the government for taking the ordinance route. An amended Land Acquisition Bill in this regard is being debated in the Parliament. Read More: 'No Info Available on Promulgation of Land Ordinance by Prez' [/TD] [/TR] [/TABLE]
  17. Saravana Babu, who claimed to have exposed through an RTI petition the fact that the land sharks had eaten up more than 100 acres at Vilangadu near Cheyyar, told TOI over phone that he had sent a complaint to the Kancheepuram district superintendent of police. Read at: Kin of techie who exposed land sharks face threat - The Times of India
  18. ravikumar.india

    Name Correction in Patta

    Hello, I am from TamilNadu. My father name mentioned in the patta till computerization is "Sengottuvel". During the process of computerization (15 years ago) they wrongly entered as "Sengodan". [we have the old tax paid copies with correct spelling, also new tax bills with wrong spelling]. 1. What is the procedure to correct the mistake? 2. The VOA suggesting " Patta Name transfer procedure".(I am asked to spend few thousands + etc., with no mistake of ours!) Please advise. Thank you.
  19. 1979sanju

    requre naksha

    Hello, how to gate khata wise naksha in bihar on internet
  20. Our land is registered in 1996 as Punjai land in my fathers name, we just now transfeered the patta to my fathers name. We are planning to build a house there and requested executive officer of my native to approve my building plan. But he checked the patta with the Patta no and Survey no of our land it is mentioned as “Nanjai” there. For getting approval our town panchayat Executive officer needs the land type shouls be “punjai”. But many of my neighbours got approval and their land is also Nanjai, we have a combined patta only. Excecutive officer is not ready to get the building plan application from my father and he is also asking us to come after a week and if we go next time he is saying the same . Please advise me on this issue. How to get approval for my building, i want to get housing loan. Thanks. Note:My total land is 2616 Sqft. We have already constructed a bakery there for nearly 1600 sqft and we built that bakery after getting approval in 2003. We are still paying tax for that too.
  21. Friends, I wish ti share a success story of one common man of Degam village,Armoor Mandal of Nizambad dist of NEW TELANGANA STATE.Mr.Naresh whose grand father was having more than one acre land in the village which was under cultivation and after his death his son Mr.Nallanna was cultivating the said land and unfortunately he died in a road accident and at that time NARESH the RTI Applicant and his SON was a small boy.Over the years the land was occupied by the villagers and started cultivating it.When Naresh came to know of this when he grew up he approched the Tahasiladar with documents but no avail.He represented to the grievance cell of the Collector who use to conduct Village meetings and severl times went to collectorate and other revenue officials but no avail.One day seeing this young man frequently visiting Collectorate the Eenadu RTI cell representative asked him as to what is his problem and Naresh explained the whole story.Then HE DRAFTED ONE RTI APPLICATION TO SURVEY THE LAND BY PUTTING GOVT.SURVEYOR AND HAND OVER POSSESSION.This resulted in survey and handing over PANCHANAMA and basing upon this HE GOT HIS LAND RESTORED TO HIM .This is the POWER OF RTI IF RIGHTLY USED.9Source Eenadu TELUGU DAILY,HYDERABAD dated 3rd.June,2014)
  22. Hello, I am interested in Real Estate @ Bhubaneswar.Odisha.Please tell me the procedure to determine the market price of the real estate property.How to negotiate on the ground of litigation? Please respond guys. Thanks and Regards, Anshuman
  23. how to file rti to get the details of government's reserve land for particular ward in mumbai
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