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The Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable Property Act,1952

The Requisitioning and Acquisition of Immovable Property Act,1952

CONTENTS

Sections

Particulars

1 Short title, extent and duration
2 Definitions
3 Power to requisition immovable property
4 Power to take possession of requisitioned property
5 Rights over requisitioned property
6 Release from requisitioning
7 Power to acquire requisitioned property
8 Principles and method of determining compensation
9 Payment of compensation
10 Appeals from orders of requisitioning
11 Appeals from awards in respect of compensation
12 Competent authority and arbitrator to have certain powers of civil courts
13 Power to obtain information
14 Power to enter and inspect
15 Service of notice and orders
16 Easement not to be disturbed
17 Delegation of powers
18 Protection of action taken in good faith
19 Bar of jurisdiction of civil courts
20 Penalty for offences
21 Certain persons to be public servants
22 Power to make rules
23 Validation of certain requisitions and acquisitions
24 Repeals and savings
25 Special provision as to certain requisitions under Act 51 of 1962
26 Special provision as to certain requisitions under Act 42 of 1971

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