Agriculture Land Aquisition
Process | Documentation | Due Delligence
Wednessday, 29th Sept 2010, Regus, BKC, Mumbai.
Overview : Agriculture Land aquisition is one of the very complex process in India. We have land Revenue Codes, we have huge documentation and besides all this a long due delligence process required to aquire agriculture land. Individuals aquire for investment, builders aquire for real estate development and corporate aquire for putting up plants and future expansions. The conference will highlight Due Delligence process, Aquisition Process, Documentation, Land Bank Valuation, NA Permission – process & Documentation.
Conference Objectives :
To enhance knowledge on land related laws and aqusition process to stop future surprises while millions of rupees are on the stakes. To have clear idea and knowledge on nature of land deals and ownership patterns.
> Documentation and Aqusition Process
> Individual and Corporate aquisition and holding of agriculture land.
> Due Delligence process for aquiring agriculture land.
> NA Permission – process and documentation.
> Valuation of Land Bank for Balanace Sheet Exposures – Assets Class and Stock in Trade.
> Seniour Advocate Mr. Hemant Agarwal – Experts in Documentation and Corporate aquisition.
> Mr. Tarun Khatri , Dy Collector & Competent Authority (ULC) III, Greater Mumbai, Formerly Asst. Commissioner Land Aqusition Konkan Division, Ex Dy Municipal Commissioner Thane, Ex Tehsildar Vasai, Consultant for Land Aqusition. on NA Permission and Aqusition Process
> Radhakishan Rawal * Assiciate Director PwC on Direct Tax Code on Land Aqusition and Holding.
> Mr. Sudhir Nair* Head, CRISIL Limited, a Standard & Poor’s company, Balance Sheet Exposures.
> Abhijeet Umathe* Senior Manager – Hospiltality & Leisure, Knight Frank on Land Valuation.
Fees : Rs.3250/- plus St (Earlybird till 22nd Sept 2010)
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