A lot of companies are advertising for property citing nearness to Dwarka expressway corridor.

Shilas, Indiabulls Centrum Park and Ramprastha Edge Tower come to mind.

Does anybody have news on when this construction will start and when it is likely to finish? Has the contract been awarded and to whom?
Date of completion and start of operation will be vital news for evaluating the pricing of flats sold in this corridor.

Last I heard was that a few houses in Palam Vihar were slated for demolition for this expressway in May June 09 or thereabouts.
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  • This argument of illegality and unauthorised pertains to land use and not of ownership.

    If the litigants have valid Title documents (registered sale deeds), mutation documents generally do not signify ownership, than illegality annd unauthorization of colony/ settlement have no bearing on their right of litigants for compensation.

    Courts are duty bound to offer compnesation based on the prevailing law in force to genuine title holders. Courts cannot challange the Title of property even if the land use is unauthorised or illegal (Title check happens at the time of registarion at registrar's office)

    Therefore, I belive it is not fair to raise the bogey of illegality and unauthorised nature of land use in the arguments prevailig over right of litigants for fair compensation


    Originally Posted by Vb2309
    Some facts from a reliable on the ground source today :

    NPV illegal land was selling at 1000 per square yard before DEW started

    HUDA has now offered 2000 per square yard

    Litigants are demanding 4000 per square yard

    Court may find HUDA being very reasonable and more generous then expected.

    I think HUDA should go through court.

    I will support any DEW litigants who file a PIL to the court for a fast resolution.

    Out sees know the above. I think they need to realise that at court they may even loose what HUDA is offering .
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  • Originally Posted by ultichakri
    Once forefather of my uncle bought land in Lajpat nagar ND at rate of Rs. 250000 and it has worth of now 25 cr. Would govt authorized to take away his land on the price quoted on sale deed.  It's ridiculous, the market value always worked out at present rate whenever transaction or any acquisition take place. And being private land regardless authorized or unauthorized doesn't give any right to authority to take away ownership without paying fair price. 

    One person involved told me that any compromise could acceptable only on followings:

    Compensation twice the maximum market rate which is now 50k per yd= 1 lac/yd

    Cost of compulsory acquisition = 10k/yd

    Displacement allowance: 10 lac/house or plot. 

    Alternate plot at free of cost of same size

    Cost of construction 2500/sqft

    Debating here wouldn't help neither HUDA or litigant change their stance. Cursing, crying, fictitious assumption , abusing would lead to only disappointment.  I posted the figures told to me and considering the determination of outsees any compromise seems to distant dream. And without consent letter sine die stay order can't vacate neither HUDA can approach to HC, hence the matter is almost dead. 

    Since its useless to discuss on topic and I have already clarified the POV of person. Henceforth, I am ending the debate here from my end. 


    Ulti Ji, Lajpat Nagar, was established as a Rehabilitation colony by Ministry of Rehabilitation, Govt. of India and houses were allotted by Govt. First analyse the difference of an authorised colony and an unauthorised colony like NPV and then post your comments on the forum. However, since you don't have any stake either in DEW or as oustee of NPV, you are safe.

    We welcome your views:
    "Since its useless to discuss on topic and I have already clarified the POV of person. Henceforth, I am ending the debate here from my end".

    Thanks
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  • Originally Posted by ga_fms
    This argument of illegality and unauthorised pertains to land use and not of ownership.

    If the litigants have valid Title documents (registered sale deeds), mutation documents generally do not signify ownership, than illegality annd unauthorization of colony/ settlement have no bearing on their right of litigants for compensation.

    Courts are duty bound to offer compnesation based on the prevailing law in force to genuine title holders. Courts cannot challange the Title of property even if the land use is unauthorised or illegal (Title check happens at the time of registarion at registrar's office)

    Therefore, I belive it is not fair to raise the bogey of illegality and unauthorised nature of land use in the arguments prevailig over right of litigants for fair compensation


    I am not raising issues of legal or un legal.
    HUDA has not legalised the NPV. This is a FACT.
    Read the newspapers or call HUDA.



    Nothing Surprises Me
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  • Read in news yesterday that ATS Group is launching 3 or 4 more projects in Gurgaon around in NPR. Dwarka Expressway with an investment of around 3000 crores.

    Nothing Surprises Me
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  • Originally Posted by ga_fms
    This argument of illegality and unauthorised pertains to land use and not of ownership.

    If the litigants have valid Title documents (registered sale deeds), mutation documents generally do not signify ownership, than illegality annd unauthorization of colony/ settlement have no bearing on their right of litigants for compensation.

    Courts are duty bound to offer compnesation based on the prevailing law in force to genuine title holders. Courts cannot challange the Title of property even if the land use is unauthorised or illegal (Title check happens at the time of registarion at registrar's office)

    Therefore, I belive it is not fair to raise the bogey of illegality and unauthorised nature of land use in the arguments prevailig over right of litigants for fair compensation



    If a thief (in this case property dealer or anyone who knew that land is not for residential use) sells you a jewellery (or you yourself purchase knowingly that it is a stolen one) that does not means you can not wear it in parties but you own it. It is totally illegal both for use as well as ownership and entitled to return to the original owner. I don't know why, but HUDA seems generous to the litigants that it agrees to pay the compensation.

    Many a time it has been posted that it is a private land and it can not be acquired. I want to tell that there are numerous acquisitions are going all over india and that land is not public or govt. land but private land of farmers. In this case too this land was an agricultural land.

    Someone was saying that this path of DEW is routed just to benefit builders. Let me tell you the truth (from one of my reliable source :):)) that this path was decided to save the NPV phase 1 houses (and not the builders) otherwise this was going much inside in to NPV phase 1. The time when this route was prepared, the land in question was shown as agriculture land in government records. One truth about this is that the person who decided that route to save NPV ph 1 has been given V.R.S. to limit the controversies.
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  • Originally Posted by ultichakri


    One person involved told me that any compromise could acceptable only on followings:

    Compensation twice the maximum market rate which is now 50k per yd= 1 lac/yd

    Cost of compulsory acquisition = 10k/yd

    Displacement allowance: 10 lac/house or plot. 

    Alternate plot at free of cost of same size

    Cost of construction 2500/sqft  


    JUST THESE? :bab (39):

    I have heard HUDA is agreeable to all above demands. Additional demands that HUDA is unable to meet are:

    1. One Porsche or a Ferrari!
    2. One Diamond Studded Swiss Watch!

    3. One Giorgio Armani Prom Suit!
    4. One night with Poonam Pandey! (Choice negotiable) :bab (59):
    5. One week holiday in São Paulo with Brazilian Escorts!:cheer2:
    6. Last but not the least - One year quota of Angreji Daaru! (Desi bhi chalegi):bab (48):

    Hope things get solved soon!
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  • Originally Posted by mkg007
    JUST THESE? :bab (39):

    I have heard HUDA is agreeable to all above demands. Additional demands that HUDA is unable to meet are:

    1. One Porsche or a Ferrari!
    2. One Diamond Studded Swiss Watch!

    3. One Giorgio Armani Prom Suit!
    4. One night with Poonam Pandey! (Choice negotiable) :bab (59):
    5. One week holiday in São Paulo with Brazilian Escorts!:cheer2:
    6. Last but not the least - One year quota of Angreji Daaru! (Desi bhi chalegi):bab (48):

    Hope things get solved soon!

    Hillarious!,You are right.They are asking for the SKY
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  • Originally Posted by mkg007
    JUST THESE? :bab (39):

    I have heard HUDA is agreeable to all above demands. Additional demands that HUDA is unable to meet are:

    1. One Porsche or a Ferrari!
    2. One Diamond Studded Swiss Watch!

    3. One Giorgio Armani Prom Suit!
    4. One night with Poonam Pandey! (Choice negotiable) :bab (59):
    5. One week holiday in São Paulo with Brazilian Escorts!:cheer2:
    6. Last but not the least - One year quota of Angreji Daaru! (Desi bhi chalegi):bab (48):

    Hope things get solved soon!

    hahahahha.... Good joke, but point to be noted :- JOKE SHOORO KISNE KIYA THA!!!!!!
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  • Title document , namely Sale deed (to be regiseterd) is a document of title transfer.

    Title transfer can only happen and is legal if the seller had the clean title. And if he has, than the buyer also acquires clean title over the property.(This is the duty of registrar to check this at time of registration)

    Therefore court's jurisdiction for compensation is applicable for all those litigents with clean title.

    If land use is deemed illegal or unautharised, than still it is nobody's case to declare the clean title as void. (Transfer of property act is a central legislation and serves as the legal provision for title transfer in harmony with state stamp Act and registration rules)

    Originally Posted by eyeopener
    If a thief (in this case property dealer or anyone who knew that land is not for residential use) sells you a jewellery (or you yourself purchase knowingly that it is a stolen one) that does not means you can not wear it in parties but you own it. It is totally illegal both for use as well as ownership and entitled to return to the original owner. I don't know why, but HUDA seems generous to the litigants that it agrees to pay the compensation.

    Many a time it has been posted that it is a private land and it can not be acquired. I want to tell that there are numerous acquisitions are going all over india and that land is not public or govt. land but private land of farmers. In this case too this land was an agricultural land.

    Someone was saying that this path of DEW is routed just to benefit builders. Let me tell you the truth (from one of my reliable source :):)) that this path was decided to save the NPV phase 1 houses (and not the builders) otherwise this was going much inside in to NPV phase 1. The time when this route was prepared, the land in question was shown as agriculture land in government records. One truth about this is that the person who decided that route to save NPV ph 1 has been given V.R.S. to limit the controversies.
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  • Originally Posted by ga_fms
    Title document , namely Sale deed (to be regiseterd) is a document of title transfer.

    Title transfer can only happen and is legal if the seller had the clean title. And if he has, than the buyer also acquires clean title over the property.(This is the duty of registrar to check this at time of registration)

    Therefore court's jurisdiction for compensation is applicable for all those litigents with clean title.

    If land use is deemed illegal or unautharised, than still it is nobody's case to declare the clean title as void. (Transfer of property act is a central legislation and serves as the legal provision for title transfer in harmony with state stamp Act and registration rules)

    The summary is the houses standing on the agricultural land are illegal (because legally they should not be there) and saying illegal an illegal is right.
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  • Construction of Houses may be declared illegal but the ownership of the land still cannot be declared illegal.

    Originally Posted by eyeopener
    The summary is the houses standing on the agricultural land are illegal (because legally they should not be there) and saying illegal an illegal is right.
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  • Originally Posted by ultichakri
    Once forefather of my uncle bought land in Lajpat nagar ND at rate of Rs. 250000 and it has worth of now 25 cr. Would govt authorized to take away his land on the price quoted on sale deed. It's ridiculous, the market value always worked out at present rate whenever transaction or any acquisition take place. And being private land regardless authorized or unauthorized doesn't give any right to authority to take away ownership without paying fair price.

    One person involved told me that any compromise could acceptable only on followings:

    Compensation twice the maximum market rate which is now 50k per yd= 1 lac/yd

    Cost of compulsory acquisition = 10k/yd

    Displacement allowance: 10 lac/house or plot.

    Alternate plot at free of cost of same size

    Cost of construction 2500/sqft

    Debating here wouldn't help neither HUDA or litigant change their stance. Cursing, crying, fictitious assumption , abusing would lead to only disappointment. I posted the figures told to me and considering the determination of outsees any compromise seems to distant dream. And without consent letter sine die stay order can't vacate neither HUDA can approach to HC, hence the matter is almost dead.

    Since its useless to discuss on topic and I have already clarified the POV of person. Henceforth, I am ending the debate here from my end.

    sorry bro...,
    but dlf plots authorized and with all facilities available in sector 92-96...,@45k till date.
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  • Originally Posted by ga_fms
    Construction of Houses may be declared illegal but the ownership of the land still cannot be declared illegal.

    if construction of house declared as illegal....then no question of asking for construction cost..., further HUDA can claim the demolition cost..., from these litigants also.
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  • Court shall review comepnsation based on relevant law in force and the reasonablness of demand.No question about this.

    Construction can be declared illegal only if it is proved beyond doubt that construction completion certificate to the litigant has been issued with connivance of issuing authority inclduding chain of ommmand. (Even if it is proven that the Issuing Official was corrupt, than also complete chain of command having the checks and balances in place will be investigated.) This seems extremely improbable!

    It is also stated that Litigants can ask for whatever they want, but their demands shall be taken up by court objectively.



    Originally Posted by DEEPAKguru
    if construction of house declared as illegal....then no question of asking for construction cost..., further HUDA can claim the demolition cost..., from these litigants also.
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  • Tender for approach road to ROB in the junction of 37D & sector-10 (Near RP project) is out. Time frame for the work is 15 months.
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