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18/07/2024
Laws of Bangladesh

The Town Improvement Act, 1953 (East Bengal Act)

( ACT NO. XIII OF 1953 )

Chapter III

IMPROVEMENT SCHEMES AND RE-HOUSING SCHEMES

Abandonment of improvement scheme, or application to Government to sanction it
49. (1) After the expiry of the periods respectively prescribed under clause (i) of sub-section (2) of section 45, and by section 46, and clause (b) of sub-section (2) of section 48 in respect of any improvement scheme or re-housing scheme, the Kartripakkha shall consider any objection, representation and statement of dissent received thereunder, and after hearing all Abandonment of improvement scheme, or application to Government to sanction it
 
 
persons making any such objection, representation or dissent who may desire to be heard, the Kartripakkha may either abandon the scheme or apply to the Government for sanction to the scheme, with such modifications (if any), as the Kartripakkha may consider necessary.
 
 
(2) Every application submitted under sub-section (1) shall be accompanied by-
 
 
(a) a description of, and full particulars relating to, the scheme, and complete plans and estimates of the cost of executing the scheme;
 
 
(b) a statement of the reasons for any modifications made in the scheme as originally framed;
 
 
(c) a statement of objections (if any), received under section 45;
 
 
(d) any representation received under section 46;
 
 
(e) a list of the names of all persons (if any) who have dissented, under clause (b) of sub-section (2) of section 48 from the proposed acquisition of their land or from the proposed recovery of a betterment fee and a statement of the reasons given for such dissent; and
 
 
(f) a statement of the arrangements made or proposed by the Kartripakkha for the re-housing of persons of the poorer and working classes who are likely to be displaced by the execution of the scheme.
 

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