The state Government took a cabinet decision to repeal Sections 79A and 79B of KLR Act and subsequently due to stiff opposition from the Raitha Sangha and others, did not notify it. It is learnt that the Government is reconsidering the same with some changes. The Government has not notified the amendment yet and it … Continue reading The Government of Karnataka is reconsidering the Transaction in Agriculture lands
Electronic Media is abuzz with FULL LOCKDOWN of BENGALURU. Coronavirus is spreading fast in all areas. Central Business District is hit by Covid-19 for the carelessness of the citizens and intruders from other states. Inform and intimate the police and the bbmp about the new arrivals after May-17, to stop the further spread of Covid-19.
A startling news clipping read states that Fully Developed Sites attracts GST. The order has to be examined in depth to understand the levy of GST. This will affect the realty sector across the country at a time, when the realty sector reeling under multiple issues.
It was announced in the media that the karnataka state government has taken a decision to repeal or scrap Section 79A and 79B of the KLR Act. Earlier the aforesaid sections restricted the purchase of agriculture lands by non agriculturists, as it might be repealed and notified soon, anybody, or any non-agriculturist can buy the … Continue reading PROPERTY MARKET-Non-Agriculturists can also buy agricultural lands in karnataka-Notification Awaited
There is regular briefing on the daily coronovirus affected persons and areas by the respective district and municipal administration, warning the citizens to maintain safety distance and cleanliness. It is learnt that Covid-19 has engulfed all zones of Bangalore and wards. There are too many intruders and illegal entrants to Bangalore from other states, jumping … Continue reading Covid-19 is spreading its wings across Bangalore-Few Hotels and Restaurants have become the super spreader
The State Government has decided to regularise the illegal constructions of residential buildings with penalty for the buildings constructed 12 years ago. The penalties have also been decided and the same will be notified soon.
Any indian citizen (except NRI) can buy agricultural lands in karnataka and can covert it for residential use (if it lies in residential zone) or industrial use (if it lies in industrial zone) or Commercial Activity (if it lies in commercial zone) as per the Zonal regulations of the Town Planning Authority. The buyer need … Continue reading PURCHASE & TRANSACTION OF AGRICULTURAL LANDS IN KARNATAKA MADE EASY
It is learnt that the Government of Karnataka has repealed Section 79A and 79B of the Karnataka Land Reforms Act, thus paving the way for the easy transaction and sale of agricultural lands in karnataka without the RTC and Income Limits. Now, anybody can buy and sell agricultural lands in karnataka. (Subject to the official … Continue reading ANY BODY CAN BUY AGRICULTURAL LANDS WITHOUT INCOME CEILING IN KARNATAKA