Hi All,

Attached HC verdict on Sector 45,121, 137 in which Court has specially mention below points

19. The Authority has pointed out that the area of Noida city is limited/fixed. If the town density is increased, then this can only be done by increasing the availability of Group Housing Plots. If the space is limited, the development can only take place vertically and not horizontally, which has led to the concept of multi-storied flats. Once the vertical growth takes place and the F.A.R. is increased, then the density is bound to increase proportionately. Development of the city is a dynamic process where the parameters of development/construction can change from time to time. With the advent of flat system, it is possible to accommodate more dwelling units in a given area than plotted development. This, in fact, results in decreasing or arresting the cost per dwelling unit and, thus, contribute towards affordable housing which, even according to the petitioner, is the object of the Act. This is a part of policy as reflected in the Regulations. Policy, more so a socio-economic policy, should normally be not interfered by the Court and must be left in the executive domain. The government has to be allowed some room at the joints. Considering these aspects, and as there is no specific challenge by the petitioners to D.C. Regulation 33 (2), in our opinion, this challenge as raised by the petitioner has to fail.


20. In the light of the above, we find no merit in this petition. Consequently, rule discharged. There shall be no order as to costs. Date : July 29, 2010.

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Shri N.P. Singh Vs. State Of U.P. And Others on 29 July, 2010

So I guess there should not be anny issue in any Noida sectors 7X OR 1XX Or expressway.

We have already seen another HC verdict on sector 117,119,122 in another post. So guys.. dont need to worry at-least in Noida. Cheers:bab (22):
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  • You are right Fritolay , there is nothing to worry for Noida flat buyers as such on account of land acquisition issues. Let's not panic unnecessarily.

    Cheers :-)
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  • Originally Posted by suavedude
    You are right Fritolay , there is nothing to worry for Noida residents as such on account of land acquisition issues. Let's not panic unnecessarily.

    Cheers :-)


    One of my friend went to sector 74 and 75 and there is no protest currently going on there. I have seen the covergare in the morning on AAJ TAK regarding the dispute on 7x sectors. May be it is shown differently in the media but the construction is goin on there and there is no protest currently. Brokers are sitting under their TAMBUs and things look normal. Has someone visited the 7x sectors to check this out ?
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  • God Bless Noida !!!
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  • I think the court judgement quoted is different. Here it is plotted versus flatted residential development keeping in view the population density etc. No qustion of manner of acquisition is involved.Whereas the SC/HC ruling in NE relates to the manner of acquisition and purported change of land use in an illegal way by GNOIDA.
    If u can lay your hands on a similar case of acquisition pl share
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  • is sec-120 safe?
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  • What about Sector 168? Is it safe as well?
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  • Originally Posted by fritolay_ps
    Hi All,

    Attached HC verdict on Sector 45,121, 137 in which Court has specially mention below points

    19. The Authority has pointed out that the area of Noida city is limited/fixed. If the town density is increased, then this can only be done by increasing the availability of Group Housing Plots. If the space is limited, the development can only take place vertically and not horizontally, which has led to the concept of multi-storied flats. Once the vertical growth takes place and the F.A.R. is increased, then the density is bound to increase proportionately. Development of the city is a dynamic process where the parameters of development/construction can change from time to time. With the advent of flat system, it is possible to accommodate more dwelling units in a given area than plotted development. This, in fact, results in decreasing or arresting the cost per dwelling unit and, thus, contribute towards affordable housing which, even according to the petitioner, is the object of the Act. This is a part of policy as reflected in the Regulations. Policy, more so a socio-economic policy, should normally be not interfered by the Court and must be left in the executive domain. The government has to be allowed some room at the joints. Considering these aspects, and as there is no specific challenge by the petitioners to D.C. Regulation 33 (2), in our opinion, this challenge as raised by the petitioner has to fail.


    20. In the light of the above, we find no merit in this petition. Consequently, rule discharged. There shall be no order as to costs. Date : July 29, 2010.

    Full verdict copy

    Shri N.P. Singh Vs. State Of U.P. And Others on 29 July, 2010

    So I guess there should not be anny issue in any Noida sectors 7X OR 1XX Or expressway.

    We have already seen another HC verdict on sector 117,119,122 in another post. So guys.. dont need to worry at-least in Noida. Cheers:bab (22):


    This is only HC judgement. We dont know whether SC will uphold this decision. Farmers will be surely going to SC
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  • Well, even last time i believe SC merely upheld the HC judgement as correct. In case of Noida, it's just rumor mongering at work. Mischief making brokers from other NCR areas are busy spreading doomsday scenarios about Noida in this forum and elsewhere.
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  • Originally Posted by gaurav_sri
    This is only HC judgement. We dont know whether SC will uphold this decision. Farmers will be surely going to SC


    well i know facing sector 45 , in sector 99 group housing for supreme court judges is being build , therefore 45 ko kutch hua toh 99 bhi lapete mein aayega ,hence SC, HC se sector 45 safe hai
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  • Does anyone know about the latest agitation and the land dispute in Noida sector 75, 76, 77, 78. Please let me know as I have booked a 3BHK flat in Sethi Max Royal Sec 76 and don't know anything about the disputes there.
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  • Originally Posted by anubhaviit
    well i know facing sector 45 , in sector 99 group housing for supreme court judges is being build , therefore 45 ko kutch hua toh 99 bhi lapete mein aayega ,hence SC, HC se sector 45 safe hai


    Fir toh kisaano ki taraf se humko hi in sector k liye bhi case daal dena chahiye. Let the SC/HC judges get their own medicine. :bab (35):

    P.S. : It was just for fun.
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  • Originally Posted by rpanand25
    I think the court judgement quoted is different. Here it is plotted versus flatted residential development keeping in view the population density etc. No qustion of manner of acquisition is involved.Whereas the SC/HC ruling in NE relates to the manner of acquisition and purported change of land use in an illegal way by GNOIDA.
    If u can lay your hands on a similar case of acquisition pl share


    but it says that it was acquired for residential purpose only (group housing project)

    The respondent No.1 enjoys eminent domain over the land falling in the notified area of Noida and acquired the same for public purpose by following the procedure laid down under the Land Acquisition Act, 1894. According to the petitioner, the respondents, in active connivance with private builders, have allowed them to exploit the real estate market in Noida by permitting the private builders to seek allotment of Group Housing Plots for their commercial gain.
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  • Originally Posted by fritolay_ps
    Hi All,

    Attached HC verdict on Sector 45,121, 137 in which Court has specially mention below points

    19. The Authority has pointed out that the area of Noida city is limited/fixed. If the town density is increased, then this can only be done by increasing the availability of Group Housing Plots. If the space is limited, the development can only take place vertically and not horizontally, which has led to the concept of multi-storied flats. Once the vertical growth takes place and the F.A.R. is increased, then the density is bound to increase proportionately. Development of the city is a dynamic process where the parameters of development/construction can change from time to time. With the advent of flat system, it is possible to accommodate more dwelling units in a given area than plotted development. This, in fact, results in decreasing or arresting the cost per dwelling unit and, thus, contribute towards affordable housing which, even according to the petitioner, is the object of the Act. This is a part of policy as reflected in the Regulations. Policy, more so a socio-economic policy, should normally be not interfered by the Court and must be left in the executive domain. The government has to be allowed some room at the joints. Considering these aspects, and as there is no specific challenge by the petitioners to D.C. Regulation 33 (2), in our opinion, this challenge as raised by the petitioner has to fail.


    20. In the light of the above, we find no merit in this petition. Consequently, rule discharged. There shall be no order as to costs. Date : July 29, 2010.

    Full verdict copy

    Shri N.P. Singh Vs. State Of U.P. And Others on 29 July, 2010

    So I guess there should not be anny issue in any Noida sectors 7X OR 1XX Or expressway.

    We have already seen another HC verdict on sector 117,119,122 in another post. So guys.. dont need to worry at-least in Noida. Cheers:bab (22):



    Sorry for being a noob .. But does it include all projects in Sector 137 or only some projects ??
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  • IS Sector 119 safe?? i had booked in Gaur Grandeur

    IS Sector 119 safe?? i had booked in Gaur GrandeurWhich SC verdict ypou are referring to rgd sec-119??, please share link or detailsThanks
    Originally Posted by fritolay_ps
    Hi All,

    Attached HC verdict on Sector 45,121, 137 in which Court has specially mention below points

    19. The Authority has pointed out that the area of Noida city is limited/fixed. If the town density is increased, then this can only be done by increasing the availability of Group Housing Plots. If the space is limited, the development can only take place vertically and not horizontally, which has led to the concept of multi-storied flats. Once the vertical growth takes place and the F.A.R. is increased, then the density is bound to increase proportionately. Development of the city is a dynamic process where the parameters of development/construction can change from time to time. With the advent of flat system, it is possible to accommodate more dwelling units in a given area than plotted development. This, in fact, results in decreasing or arresting the cost per dwelling unit and, thus, contribute towards affordable housing which, even according to the petitioner, is the object of the Act. This is a part of policy as reflected in the Regulations. Policy, more so a socio-economic policy, should normally be not interfered by the Court and must be left in the executive domain. The government has to be allowed some room at the joints. Considering these aspects, and as there is no specific challenge by the petitioners to D.C. Regulation 33 (2), in our opinion, this challenge as raised by the petitioner has to fail.


    20. In the light of the above, we find no merit in this petition. Consequently, rule discharged. There shall be no order as to costs. Date : July 29, 2010.

    Full verdict copy

    Shri N.P. Singh Vs. State Of U.P. And Others on 29 July, 2010

    So I guess there should not be anny issue in any Noida sectors 7X OR 1XX Or expressway.

    We have already seen another HC verdict on sector 117,119,122 in another post. So guys.. dont need to worry at-least in Noida. Cheers:bab (22):
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  • Now, farmers can't reclaim their aquired land in UP

    Now, farmers can't reclaim their land in UP - Times Of India
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