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The Bangladesh Power Development Boards Order, 1972 (President's Order)


19. (1) The Chairman or any person authorised by him in writing may, after serving due notice to the owner, enter upon and survey any land, erect pillars for the determination of intended lines of works, make boring and excavations, and do all other acts which may be necessary for the preparation of any scheme:
Provided that when the affected land does not vest in the Board, the power conferred by this clause shall be exercised in such manner as to cause the least interference with, and the least damage to, the rights of the owner thereof.
(2) When any person enters upon any land in pursuance of clause (1), he shall, at the time of entering or as soon thereafter as may be practicable, pay or tender payment for all necessary damage to be done as aforesaid, and in case of dispute as to the sufficiency of the amount, so paid or tendered, the dispute shall be referred to the Deputy Commissioner whose decision shall be final.

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