1) You can approach the High court and request for grant of stay of land acquisition
2) Courts normally will grant a stay provided the road is not part of master development road plan.
3) Courts will normally look in to whether the land acquisition is for public purpose or private purpose.
4) Courts will also grant stay if the land is forcible acquired without following the process of Law.
5) Also if yours is an agricultural land and the road is acquired for the purpose of benefiting a private engineering college then the land acquisition is not in Public Interest.
6) In the worst case scenario of your land being acquired by government, you are entitled for compensation in accordance to latest land acquisition act where the market value would be multiplied by a factor of, at least one to two times the market value for land.
6a) The Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013 also stipulates that the minimum compensation to be a multiple of the total of above ascertained market value, value to assets attached to the property, plus a solatium equal to 100 percent of the market value of the property including value of assets.
6b) In addition to the fair market value under Rehabilitation and Resettlement you are also entitled to the following:
i) an additional subsistence allowance of Rs.38,000 (US$800) for the first year - may be
ii) an additional entitlement of a job to the family member, or a payment of Rs.5,00,000 (US$11,000) up front, or a monthly annuity totaling Rs.24,000 (US$550) per year for 20 years with adjustment for inflation – the option from these three choices shall be the legal right of the affected land owner family, not the land acquirer
iii) an additional upfront compensation of Rs.50,000 (US$1,100) for transportation
an additional upfront resettlement allowance of Rs.50,000(US$1,100)
iv) if the land owner loses a home in a rural area, then an additional entitlement of a house with no less than 50 square meters in plinth area
v) if the land is acquired for urbanization, 20% of the developed land will be reserved and offered to land owning families, in proportion to their land acquired and at a price equal to cost of acquisition plus cost of subsequent development
vi) if acquired land is resold without development, 20% of the appreciated land value shall be mandatorily shared with the original owner whose land was acquired
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