A special panel to study the complexities of Urban Land Properties


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By Accommodation Times News Service

The state has announced its plan to appoint a committee headed by a retired judge of the Supreme Court to study the technical and legal complexities which is been faced by properties governed by the Urban Land (Ceiling and Regulation) Act 1976, which was repealed some 9 years ago.

This panel will pave the way for removing the clause that makes reserving 20% of the land on each plot governed under the Act for affordable and low-cost housing, according to officers from the urban development department.

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