Land Act

  • West Bengal Land Reforms Act, 1955 with all Amendments

    West Bengal Land Reforms (Amendment) Act, 1955 with all amendments vide No. 1363-L dated 14.08.2003, No. 1414-L dated 05.10.2010, No. 572-L dated 30.04.2012, No. 1968-L dated 31.12.2014, No. 432-L dated 17.04.2017

  • West Bengal Land Reforms Tribunal Act, 1991

    An Act to provide for the setting up of Regional Land Reforms Tribunals and a Special Land Reforms Tribunal in pursuance of article 323B of the Constitution of India and for the adjudication and trial by such Tribunals of disputes and applications with respect to the matters relating to land reforms and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

  • West Bengal Land Allotment Policy

    The land allotted to any individual/ company/ institution etc. under the policy would be transferred to them by the Government and its parastatals by way of long term lease for a period not exceeding 99 years.

  • The Kolkata Land Revenue Act, 2003

    An Act to provide for securing the land -revenue within the jurisdiction of the Municipal Corporations of Kolkata and Howrah and other municipal areas under the Kolkata Metropolitan Department Authority as may be extended from time to time and in relation to matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

  • West Bengal Premises Tenancy Act, 1997

    An Act to provide for the regulation of certain incidents of tenancy of premises in Calcutta, Howrah and some other areas in West Bengal.

  • West Bengal Estates Acquisition Act, 1953

    An Act to provide for the State acquisition of estates, of rights of intermediaries therein and of certain Rights of raiyats and under raiyats and of the rights of certain persons in lands comprised in estates.

  • West Bengal Non-Agricultural Tenacy Act, 1949

    An Act to make better provision relating to the law of landlord and tenant in respect of certain non-agricultural tenancies in West Bengal.

  • The Bengal Survey Act, 1875

    An Act to provide for the survey and demarcation of land. It extends to the States of West Bengal and Bihar and that part of the State of Orissa which on the sixth day of October, 1875, was subject to the Lieutenant Governor of Bengal.