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An Ordinance to provide for the development, improvement and expansion of the city of Chittangong and certain areas in its vicinity and the constitution of an Authority therefore.
This Ordinance provides for the establishment of the Chittagong Development Authority and defines its internal organization and its functions.The Authority shall, in two years time, prepare and submit to the Government a Master Plan for the Municipality stating how the land should be used, including waterworks. Following approval, development and improvement programs for those areas shall be submitted to the government, complete with time scheduling and budgeting. The land so allocated shall not be destined to uses other than those approved under the program.
An Ordinance to consolidate and amend the law relating to acquisition and requisition of immovable property.
The Ordinance provides for the acquisition and requisition of immovable property to be destined to public purposes in the public interest. Acquisition shall be communicated by means of a notice affixed in convenient locations in order to inform of the intent of acquiring that property. Requisition for a limited period of time may be exercised by the appointed Deputy Commissioner, following Government’s approval, while no approval shall be necessary in case of an emergency. No property shall be kept in requisition for a period longer than two years.
An Act to provide for the development of lands in Bangladesh and to impose a levy in respect of increased profits resulting from improvement works constructed by the Government.
This Act deals with improving the agricultural production by means of interventions on irrigation works or the restoration of the water flow in rivers turned dry and the application of a levy on the profits arising as direct consequence of those improvements.
This Ordinance rules that land that has not been cultivated for at least two years shall be reclaimed by the Collector for a period not longer than one year from the initial declaration of acquisition, who can lease it to anybody for cultivating crops (food crops as per art. 2, clause ii). If the owner of the reclaimed land wants it back, he must notify his decision to the Collector no later than three months before the one-year expiration date, including the deposit of 50 TK/acre.
An Act to make better provision relating to the law of landlord and tenant in respect of certain non-agricultural tenancies in Bangladesh.
This Act provides for the tenancy of land that shall be used for purposes other than cultivation; and for the building of residential housing or factories or for erecting shrines and temples and digging tanks. Nevertheless, the tenant or the sub-tenant is entitled to fell trees planted on that land, dispose of harvested fruits and flowers produced by the trees, and, even, to sow any plant or flower.