Calcutta High Court acknowledged the delay but emphasised that delay cannot deprive an individual of legitimate claims arising from expropriation.
The Supreme Court observed that an owner of land may not have an absolute and unqualified right which is the idea which not unnaturally comes to mind when the idea of ownership is under consideration.
The Supreme Court has directed ONGC and State to either comply with the Gujarat High Court's order directing the permanent acquisition of land by ONGC on or before 26.04.2023 or face necessary consequences.
Uttaranchal High Court: Lok Pal Singh, J., disposed off a writ petition while allowing it which was filed seeking to issue a
Jharkhand High Court: Rajesh Shankar, J., quashing the impugned letter, held, “The respondent 5 being an administrative/revenue Officer is supposed to know
Karnataka High Court: The Bench of Krishna S. Dixit, J., allowed petition filed by a senior citizen challenging wrongful usurpation of his