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Section 28 – The Delhi Land Reforms Act, 1954

The Delhi Land Reforms Act, 1954


28. Right to compensation for improvement made by an Asami. – 


(1) An Asami who has made any improvement with the [(Note: Subs. by s.11 of Central Act 4 of 1959, for the words “written consent of the Gaon Panchayat or the land holder”.) written permission of the landholder the Gaon Panchayat or the Revenue Assistant ], as the case may be, shall be entitled to compensation—


(a) When a decree or order for his ejectment is passed on any ground other than his making any transfer in contravention of the provisions of this Act or on the ground of his using the land for any purpose other than agriculture, horticulture or animal husbandry, which includes pisciculture and poultry farming;


(b) When he has been wrongfully deprived of possession by the Gaon Panchayat or his landholder, as the case may be, and has not recovered possession of his holding; or


(c) When he vacates the holding on the expiry of his lease or on becoming liable to ejectment on any ground mentioned in clause (a)


(2) No compensation shall be payable to an Asami where the improvement was made without the written [(Note: Subs. by s.11 of Central Act 4 of 1959 for the word “Consent”) permission] as aforesaid.



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