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Amendment in Land Allotment Policy

No. 2983-LP/1A-18/2012 dated 31.08.2017- WHEREAS the State Government, its parastatals (Corporation, Development Authorities), and city nearby our bodies etc. have been dishing out and pricing land or different belongings in line with a number Departmental and different norms which regularly fluctuate in their content material and their applicability;

AND WHEREAS, it is fundamental to introduce uniformity, limit discretion and keep away from the case via case decision-making to make sure transparency whilst dealing with public assets;

NOW, THEREFORE, the Governor, after cautious consideration of the matter, is thrilled hereby to make, with instant effect, the following modification in Land Allotment Policy issued with this Department Order No. 6686-LP/1A-18/2012 dated 26.12.2012 (hereinafter referred to as the stated order): –


In serial no. three of the stated order, for the object (iii), replace the following item: –

“(iii) the Land & Land Reforms Department is the nodal Department for inter­departmental switch of land and Long-Term Lease (LTS) of vested or khas (Government) land. An inter-departmental committee below the Chief Secretary would take care of all instances of inter­departmental land transfers. The valuation of L TS would be primarily based on the sale deeds of the vicinity of the market rate as decided through the Inspector General of Registration, West Bengal, whichever is higher. In case of distinction of ten per centum (10%) or greater between the market charge primarily based on sale deeds of the place and the market fee decided via the Inspector General of Registration, West Bengal, the market charge as decided to utilize the Inspector General of Registration, West Bengal on a review, shall be handled as remaining for agreement or switch of land.”

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