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SPECIAL COURT UNDER THE A.P. LAND GRABBING (PROHIBITION) ACT (2006) 4 SCC 214). In addition, the petitioner has also ... whether there was land grabbing within the scope of the Andhra Pradesh Law Grabbing Act. In the said context
Madras High Court
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Madras High Court These Applications Are Relating ... vs Unknown on 17 September, 2010 IN THE
Madras High Court
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initiate action for the offences under the Land Grabbing Act based on G.O.(Ms.) No.38 dated 23.11.1998. This ... case of the Petitioner in the Writ Petition that land comprising
Madras High Court
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Tamil Nadu Agricultural Lands Record of Tenancy Rights Act. 24. The Honourable Supreme Court in State ... case under the provisions of Andhra Pradesh Land grabbing (Prohibition) Act, 1982 against the Judgment of the Special Court
Madras High Court
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requirement to follow the Land Encroachment Act, 1905, as the petitioner was prevented from grabbing and constructing permanent structure enclosing ... respondents have taken timely action before the act of land grabbing is completed. Even at the inception itself, the respondents
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(1998) 1 MLJ 74
- E Padmanabhan - Full Document
Special Court under the A.P. Land Grabbing (Prohibition) Act and others 2006(4) SCC 214 to say that ... adjudicated. In that case, while dealing with the abovesaid Act, when a submission was made by the counsel
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Government under, the provisions of the Land Acquisition Act was keen on grabbing the property and instituted the suit making ... acquire the property under the provisions of the Land Acquisition Act, admitting the ownership of the appellant
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(1991) 592 MLJ 1
- Srinivasan - Full Document
active connivance of certain powerful persons just to grab the lands held by the family of the defacto complainant ... them. The strong arm act was perpetrated with active connivance of powerful people and land grabbers. (iii) The defacto complainant
Madras High Court
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trying to grab the lands in the names of poor and escalation of the land cost is a prime factor ... encroachments and the acts of the members of the petitioner Association/residents are nothing but land grabbing of the public
Madras High Court
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Madras High Court Ayyar Thevar vs State Through Inspector Of Police on 20 January, 2007
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