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Sep 03 1997 (HC)

M. Puttaswamy Vs. the District Magistrate, Mysore

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 1998(2)KarLJ141

..... the purposes other than the agricultural purpose or the purpose indicated in section 95(1) of the land revenue act. the petitioner has also prayed that the annexure-a, may be declared to be unconstitutional, arbitrary and without authority. 2. according to the petitioner's case, karnataka cinema regulations act and the rules do not confer any power on the district magistrate to reject the petitioner's ..... got made and the applicant may be required to furnish the necessary permission under section 95(2} which is popularly described as the conversion certificate. 6. this government circular has been held to have been issued under section 14 of the cinema regulations act, 1964, in conjunction with section 6(b) of the act. it has been held to be infra vires, even of the provisions of ..... the constitution, being rational restrictions and the circular being one which has been issued only to see that law is implemented which is contained in section 95 of the land revenue act with reference to agricultural .....

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Dec 09 1987 (HC)

K.S. Susheela and anr. Vs. the Karnataka Electricity Board, Bangalore ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : AIR1988Kant178

..... non-agricultural use which is a condition precedent for construe ting a building, in view of s. 95 of the karnataka land revenue act., the petitioners have also not taken any licence from the corporation of the city of bangalore though the lands in question are within the limits of the corporation of the city of bangalore. each of the petitioners, after constructing building applied to ..... condition. 9. in these cases it is necessary to observe that the provisions of the municipal corporation act which regulates the construction of building, the provisions of the land revenue act which prescribes the conditions for use of agricultural land for non-agricultural purpose, the bangalore water supply &- sewerage act, 1964 which regulates the supply of water to the buildings and the provisions of the electricity (supply ..... the board to lay down the terms and conditions for the purpose of supply of electric energy and to fix the rate for the supply of electric energy. 7. section 79 of the act reads : 'the board may, by notification in the official gazette. make regulations. xxxx xxxx xxxx xxxx (j) principles governing the supply of electricity by the board to persons ..... be deemed to be the licence of the board for the purposes of that act: provided that nothing in sections 3 to 11, sub-secs0) and (3) of section 21 and (s. 22, sub-sec: (2) of s. 22a and ss. 23 and 27) of that act or in (clauses i to v, clause vii and clauses ix to xii) of the schedule to that .....

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Feb 18 1999 (HC)

The State Government Employees' Co-operative Housing Society Limited, ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1999KAR1797; 1999(3)KarLJ286

..... land cannot be used for non-agricultural purpose, i.e., for ..... after paying conversion fee as provided under section 95 of the karnataka land revenue act. assailing the said order, the appellant filed a writ petition contending that the government had granted exemption under section 20 of the act, treating the land as urban land and once the land is an urban land, it is no more an agricultural land. so, the conversion as contemplated under section 95 of the karnataka land revenue act is not needed, as it is ..... society was passed, the land is no more an agricultural land. therefore, requirement of obtaining conversion ofland to non-agriculture as contemplated under section 95 of the karnataka land revenue act does not arise.4. on the other hand, learned counsel for the respondent contended that though the exemption has been granted under section 20 of the act, the land is an agricultural land, unless conversion under section 95 of karnataka land revenue act is obtained, and the .....

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Aug 21 1996 (HC)

Doulatraj Vs. State of Karnataka and Others

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 1999(4)KarLJ57

..... is contended that the respondents were not empowered to collect any amount from the petitioners or any other citizens under the then prevalent law.3. while interpreting the unamended section 95 of the karnataka land revenue act, this court in narayanappa's case, supra, held:'therefore the question which arises for consideration is whether the special deputy commissioner had any power at all to accord permission ..... been imposed upon him while deciding his application in terms of section 95 of the karnataka land revenue act. it is submitted that in view of the provisions of karnataka town and country planning act, 1965, the deputy commissioner had no jurisdiction to pass the impugned order. it is contended that the amendment made in section 95 of the karnataka land revenue act vide act no. 2 of 1991 is not applicable in the case ..... under section 95 of the karnataka land revenue act. the chapter iii (sections 9 to 13) of the planning act provides for the preparation of an outline development plan for every local planning area declared as such under the provisions of the .....

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May 26 1998 (HC)

The Deputy Commissioner, Kodagu District, Madikeri and Others Vs. Robe ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1998KAR2850; 1998(6)KarLJ78

..... on the ground that if permission is not granted within four months from the date of the application, after lapse of four months, deeming provision under section 95(5) of the karnataka land revenue act (herein afterwards referred to as 'the act' for short) will come into play and permission is deemed to be granted, and allowed the writ petition. against that order, the present appeal is ..... filed by the respondent-authorities in the writ petition.3. the learned counsel for the appellant contended that the deemingprovision under section 95(5) of the act comes into play ..... other requirements, is deemed to be a proper application under section 95(2) of the act.6. section 95 provides such procedure for conversion of the agricultural land to non-agricultural use. sub-section (2) deals with filing of an application. it is relevant to extract sub-section (2) which is as follows.-'if any occupant of land assessed or held for the purpose of agriculture wishes to divert .....

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Feb 03 2003 (HC)

Madhav Bandopant Kulkarni and anr. Vs. the Land Tribunal and ors.

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : 2003(5)KarLJ13

..... be rejected, that the court would have to look at the simple question as to whether the land in question was agricultural land earlier as admittedly it was and secondly, the more important issue that arises under section 2(18) of the karnataka land reforms act viz., whether the land is capable of being used for agricultural operations. here, what he points out to us is that ..... even land on which horticulture is carried out and land on which fruit trees are growing come within the definition of agricultural land and he advanced a strong plea that ..... lakh cases have been travelling up from the tribunal and back to the tribunal in the course of the last about 30 years and that the whole purpose of the karnataka land reforms act has been either frustrated in many cases or misused and abused in many others. the learned government pleader submitted, as a matter of propriety, that remands could only ..... statement that certified copies were applied for and were not forthcoming is not good enough. we have also indicated earlier that the legal position is very clear insofar as the revenue authorities are the deciding authorities in matters of granting non-agricultural permission and if the authorities were satisfied and they did accord conversion from agricultural to non-agricultural, then, .....

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Jan 04 2001 (HC)

Dhananjaya Visweswara Hegde Vs. Jatti Kuppa Naika (Deceased) by L.Rs a ...

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2001KAR1515; 2002(3)KarLJ233

..... in exercise of my revisional jurisdiction under section 121-a of the act. it is necessary to point out that ifthe land in question, as a matter of fact, is converted for non-agricultural purposes, there would have been an order made by the authorities under section 95 of the karnataka land revenue act permitting conversion of the land in question for non-agricultural purposes. there ..... is no material placed either before the tribunal or before the appellate authority or for that matter, before me, to show that the land in question was converted for non-agricultural purposes. even if ..... the land was converted for non-agricultural purposes, an agricultural labourer, ..... orderp. vishwanatha shetty, j.1. this revision petition filed under section 121-a of the karnataka land reforms act (hereinafter referred to as 'the act'), is directed against the order dated 28th of april, 1989 passed by the additionalland reforms appellate authority at sirsi (hereinafter referred to as 'the appellate authority') .....

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Nov 16 2004 (HC)

Township Enterprises Vs. State of Karnataka and anr.

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR2005KAR717; 2005(1)KarLJ385

..... hobli, bangalore north taluk, offered the said property for sale. the petitioner, a non-agriculturist, agreed to purchase the lands, provided it secured the permission to divert the lands for use to residential purpose by the authorities, under the karnataka land revenue act, 1961 (for short, 'revenue act'). the parties executed an agreement to sell, dated 28-3-2003, incorporating the aforesaid condition together with a stipulation that ..... , to contend that the petitioner/purchaser did not acquire any right over the agricultural lands in question. the learned counsel further contends, that sections 79-b and 80 of the karnataka land reforms act, 1961 (for short, 'reforms act') does not prohibit the execution and registration of an agreement to sell agricultural lands, without possession, to a non-agriculturist. in the premise of the aforesaid contentions, the ..... company, association, other body of individuals or a co-operative society other than the co-operative farming society in contravention of section 79-b of the karnataka land reforms act, 1961 subject to the exceptions and exemptions provided under section 109 of the said act and the rules framed thereunder'.7. from a plain reading of the said clause, what is discernable, is that the execution .....

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Apr 24 1992 (HC)

Prof. A. Lakshmisagar Vs. State of Karnataka

Court : Karnataka

Reported in : ILR1992KAR1529

..... case, in that, in the impugned order the state government has directed that several orders made by the special deputy commissioner, bangalore rural district under section 95 of the karnataka land revenue act according permission for conversion of 414 acres of agricultural land for non-agricultural use, to wit, for establishing a housing colony on the banks of arkavati river near thippagondanahalli water reservoir, one of the ..... to the city of bangalore. they formed a society called arkavati farmers co-operative society. thereafter, the individual land owners totaling 42, submitted applications to the special deputy commissioner, bangalore rural district under section 95 of the karnataka land revenue act praying for permission to convert the said lands for non-agricultural purpose. the society also addressed a letter to the director of town planning seeking his approval ..... for the establishment of township consisting of more than 700 houses on the said 414 acres of land. the director of town planning in his .....

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May 27 2011 (HC)

M.N. Priyadatta Vs. State of Karnataka and Others

Court : Karnataka

..... petitioner is neither entitled to an exemption from payment of conversion fine nor can utilize the conversion order without payment of conversion fine as per the provisions of section 95(7) read with section 107 of karnataka land revenue act, 1964 and industrial policy, if at all, is also for enabling reimbursement claim to be made on the implementation of the project proposed and for which purpose, conversion ..... apprised the petitioner that in terms of the provisions of the karnataka land revenue act, 1964 [for short, the act] and the karnataka land revenue rules, 1966 [for short, the rules] for granting permission in favour of petitioner to convert agricultural land mentioned in the application filed under section 95(2) of the act, the petitioner was required to pay the following charges: karnataka table petitioner claims to be aggrieved by this appraisal letter ..... karnataka and has approached this court seeking for the following relief: prayer (a .....

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