State Forum Orders DDA To Allot Man Plot and Pay Compensation
The Delhi State Consumer Disputes Redressal Commission has directed the Delhi Development Authority (DDA) to allot Vinod Kumar a plot of land as well as pay him Rs4 lakh as compensation and litigation charges after it cancelled his allotment made in 1991.
 
Asserting that the DDA failed to provide the plot even after 23 years, judicial member 
NP Kaushik ordered the DDA to allot a plot measuring 34sqm to Mr Kumar anywhere in Delhi as well as pay Rs3 lakh as compensation for causing mental agony and harassment to him and his family. The DDA was also asked to pay Mr Kumar Rs1 lakh as litigation charges.
 
Mr Kumar had reportedly registered with the DDA in 1981 under the Rohini LIG Scheme. He was allotted a plot in 1991 and he deposited the required amount. Mr Kumar filed a complaint against the DDA in December 2003, demanding that he should be allotted the plot at the old rates. The assistant director of DDA had told him that the documents he submitted were not traceable in their office. 

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Register Leave & Licence Agreement Online
It will become easy for people to register their leave & licence agreements without standing in queues at registration offices. The department of registration and stamps will ramp up access to the e-registration facility through the state-wide network of citizens’ service centres (CSCs).
 
The department has already rolled out the e-registration facility; people can complete the registration and pay online. The parties and their identifiers must have UIDAI cards to reduce chances of frauds. The stamp duty and registration fee can be paid online through Government Receipt Accounting System (GRAS). The department will then register the document and return it to the parties electronically.

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Developer Can’t Transfer Building Conveyance to Another Firm: Bombay HC
Three decades after a building was constructed in a Mumbai suburb, the bid by its owner to convey the property to another firm to develop another part of the plot has come under the Bombay High Court’s scanner. In an interim order, Justice Roshan Dalvi restrained the developers from constructing on or redeveloping the plot except an area of 324sqm, which has two outhouses.
 
The judge also restrained the firm from creating any third-party rights on the property except allowing the existing tenants of the two outhouses to reside there. “(The firms) seek to put up construction far in excess of the area of the two old structures (outhouses).
They seek to utilise the FSI of the entire plot of land, which belongs to the society. They also seek to load TDR upon the new construction. This they cannot do. The society has rightly sought to restrain such construction,” the judge said.
 
The dispute relates to a plot of land in Bandra spread over 1,310sqm owned by Paresh Associates. In 1984, a building was constructed by demolishing an old structure. Another portion of the land, which had two outhouses with five tenants, did not opt for redevelopment. 

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