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V.G. Ramachandran's Law of Land Acquisition…

V.G. Ramachandran's Law of Land Acquisition and Compensation

by G.C. Mathur

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 817012560X, Hardcover)

Decidedly the most authoritative and comprehensive work on the subject, this is the eighth edition of this book. A large number of decisions have been rendered by the High Courts and the Supreme Court on the provisions of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 and on the amendments made therein in 1984. These decisions have substantially affected the law. These have been discussed at length and their effect on the law of Land Acquisition brought out vividly.

Prominent among the Supreme Court judgments dealt with in the book are those rendered in the K.S. Paripoornan and Raghubir Singh cases. Through these cases the author has clarified and set at rest the controversy regarding the nature of retrospectivity of the amendments made to Sections 23 and 28, by the Amending Act 68 of 1984. The annotations on the Babua Ram case elucidate the operation of the Section 28-A.

This edition reflects the changed outlook of the judiciary on the concept of property and public purpose in view of the important Supreme Court judgments and constitutional amendments.

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