Delhi Geo-Spatial Data Infrastructure (Management, Control, Administration, Security and Safety) Act, 2011. | Land Portal

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This Act, consisting of 8 Chapters, establishes Delhi Geo-Spatial Data Infrastructure for Management, Control, Administration, Security and Safety of the above mentioned area. An Act to create, update, manage, disseminate, and share, for Delhi a geo-spatial data, map, system, application, portal of the land revenue records; public utilities including roads, water, sewerage. electricity, telecommunication/ internet services and other services of utility; property details, property ownership and the like, by entrusting the responsibility to Geo Spatial Delhi Limited. A body registered under the Companies Act, 1956 making it mandatory for the departments corporations, boards of the Government of NCT of Delhi; local bodies; public authorities; public or private agencies, etc. to use and update the Delhi Geo-spatial data; by establishing a regulatory authority and an appellate authority for proper co-ordinated planning and development of Delhi, and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

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