Land Acquisition Act, 2034 (1977)


Published: 1977

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Land Acquisition Act, 1977

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Land Acquisition Act, 2034 (1977) Date of Authentication and publication
Bhadra 22, 2034 (September 7, 1977)
Amendments
1. Administration of Justice Act, 2048 (1977) 2048.2.16
2. The Act Amending Some Nepal Acts, 2048 (1992) 2049.1.8
3. The Act Amending Some Nepal Acts, 2055 (1998) 2055.4.26
4. Republic strengthening and Amending Some Nepal Acts, 2066 (2010) 2066.10.7
Act No. 25 of the year 2034 B.S. (1977)
A Law Enacted to Amend and consolidate Current Nepal law Pertaining to
Land Acquisition

Preamble : Where it is expedient to amend and consolidate current Nepal law
pertaining to land acquisition, now therefore, His majesty’s King Birendra Bir Bikram
Shah Dev has enActed this law with the advice and approval of the Rastriya
Panchayat.

1. Short Title, Extent and commencement: (1) This Act may be called "Land
Acquisition Act, 2034 (1977).
(2) It shall be applicable throughout Nepal
(3) It shall come into force immediately.
2. Definitions: In this Act, unless the subject or the context otherwise requires,
(a) "Land" means any land belonging to any person, and walls, buildings,
trees, etc., permanently installed thereon.


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(b) "Public Purposes" means undertaken in the interes of or for the benefit
or use of the general public, or functions to be undertaken by
Government of Nepal and the term also included the following:
(1) Project approved by Government of Nepal.
(2) Project undertaken by local bodies in different l vels.
(c) "Local Officer" means an officer designated by Government of Nepal
and where no such officer is designated, the Chief District Officer.
(d) "Concerned person" means the person who is entitled to the
compensation payable for lands acquired under this Act.
(e) "Institution" means a Company, Development, Board, or Corporation
established or formed pursuant to the prevailing law.
3. Power of Government of Nepal to Acquire Lands for Public Purpose :
Government of Nepal may, if it so deems necessary, acquire any land at any
place for any public purpose, subject to compensation under this Act.
4. Power to Acquire Land for Institution : (1) In case institution requests
Government of Nepal for the acquisition of land forany of the following
purposes, subject to payment of compensation and all other expenses under this
Act, Government of Nepal may decide to have the land cquired for such
institution:-
(a) To construct residential quarters for the staff, workers or
laboarers of the institution, or otherwise provide for their
welfare, or undertake any function in the interest of the
general public.
(b) To operate a project connected with an institution fully
owned by Government of Nepal, or to construct a go


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down for the storage of any commodes or material
connected with or manufactured by any such institution.
(2) Proceeding regarding the acquisition of land uner this Act shall
not be initiated unless the institution requesting for land acquisition has
executed a deed in respect to the following matters:
(a) Payment to Government of Nepal of all the expenses
incurred or likely to be incurred for the acquisition of the
land.
(b) If the land is meant for the construction of resid ntial
quarters for workers or technical personnel, or for any
function intended for their comfort, the period required for
the completion of such building, the design or type
thereof, and the such building, the design or type thereof,
and the period for which it will be maintained.
(c) If any other construction purpose, the estimated time for
construction and mode of for use.
(3) Notwithstanding anything contained pursuant to Sub-section (1),
Government of Nepal shall not acquire the land except practical purpose of
agricultural for research, if the institution requires the land for agriculture.
5. Decision of Acquiring Land and Officer for Preliminary Action: (1) At
least Gazetted Class Three Officer or Head of the Office in case Gazetted
Officer is not available at that Office acquiring the land and the Project Chief
in case of a project may initiate preliminary action to confirm the place and
land after the decision made by the Government of Nepal to acquire the land
for the purpose of Section 3 and 4.


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(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in Sub-section (1), Government
of Nepal may order at least Officer level employee of the institution, if such
institution requests to nominate an employee to initiate preliminary action
pursuant to Sub-section (1).
6. Preliminary action relating to Acquire Land: (1) The officer initiating
preliminary Action pursuant to Section 5 shall put a copy of notice in
following office or place for the purpose of stakeholder,
(a) A place where people mostly move near by the concerned
land,
(b) Concerned Village Development Committee and
Municipality Office,
(c) House door or compound wall, if house and compound
wall has to be acquired.
(2) The officer initiating preliminary action may ent r into the
concerned land or house a compound along with employee and workers for the
purpose of following works after three days of Notification pursuant to Sub-
section (1).
(a) To survey or mapping of such land,
(b) To collect the sample of the soil, stone etc, to dig or
boring for to find out whether the land is appropriate or
not to acquire.
(c) Erect pillars, etc., or otherwise demarcate lands
considered suitable for acquisition,
(d) Install any equipment for any of the operations mentioned
in Clause (a) or (b).


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(3) In case it becomes necessary to cut or uproot any crop or tree on
the land which is to be acquired, or to remove or demolish any wall or
obstruction located therein in the course of any of the operations indicated in
Clause (a to d) of Sub-Section (2), any person may do so with the approval of
the officer responsible for preliminary Action, and such functions shall be
performed as far as possible in the presence of the concerned person.
7. Compensation for Losses : (1) Compensation shall be paid for losses
resulting from clearing of crops and trees, and of emolition of walls, etc., or
for damage, if any, suffered as a result of the removal or digging of earth,
stone, ditches, or boring.
(2) The officer responsible for preliminary Action shall determine
the amount of compensation payable under Sub-Section (1) and pay the same
to the concerned person.
(3) In case the concerned person is not satisfied with the amount of
compensation determined under Sub-Section (2), he/she may file a complaint
with the chief District Officer on which he/she receives information thereof,
and in such cases the decision of the Chief District Officer shall be final.
8. Report to be Submitted in Respect to Findings of preliminary
Action: (1) The officer responsible for preliminary Action shall complete
such Action within fifteen days from the starting of it, determinate whether the
land is suitable for acquisition, and then submit a report containing necessary
information in respect to such Action to the local office as early as possible .
(2) The report to be submitted under Sub-Section (1) shall also
mention the amount of compensation determined under Sub-Section (2) of
Section 7, and contain full particulars of losses.


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9. Notification of Land Acquisition : (1) After receiving a report of
preliminary Action submitted under Section 8, the local officer shall issue a
notification containing the following particulars in respect to the land.
(a) The purpose for which the land is to be acquired,
(b) Whether only the land is to be acquired, or whether it is to
be acquired along with the houses and walls located
thereon,
(c) The name of the Village Development Committee and
Municipality and ward number in which the land is
located,
(d) The plot number, if the land has already been surveyed
and measured,
(e) If the land has not already been surveyed and measured,
such particulars as will help to identify it, and particulars
regarding the boundaries thereof,
(f) Area of the land,
(g) Other necessary particulars,
(2) One copy of the notice mentioned in Sub-Section (1) shall be
affixed at each of the following offices or places:
(a) The local office of the project for which land is to be
acquired,
(b) District government office,
(c) The appropriate Village Development Committee or
Municipality Office,
(d) The Land Revenue Office,
(e) Thoroughfares Located around the concerned land,


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(f) Such other place as the local officer may deem
appropriate.
(3) In case the local officer is satisfied that theconcerned person will
not be able to know (about the land acquisition) notwithstanding the
publication of a notice under Sub-Section (1), he/s may, if he/she so deems
appropriate and feasible, personally send a notice to such person. In case the
amount of compensation has already been determined by the time such notice
is delivered to such person, the local officer shall also indicate in such notice
the period within which he/she should appear for receiving the compensation,
and the name of the office from where he/she should do so.
(4) After the notice mentioned in Sub-Section (1) has been affixed,
the appropriate Land Revenue Office of documents relinquishing title to the
concerned land in any manner. The suspension shall be lifted in case the local
officer directs the Land Administration or Revenue Office in writing to that
effect.
10. Particulars to be Given in Notices Relating to Land Acquisition : The
notice to be issued under Sub-Section (1) of Section shall also indicate the
following particulars for the information of the concerned person:
(a) Particulars to the effect that the concerned person shall submit an
application claiming compensation within a minimum ti e-limit of
fifteen days, along with documentary evidence of his/her title to the
land,
(b) The time-limit within which the concerned person will be allowed to fell
trees or corps grown by him/her on the land, and demolish houses or
walls located therein, if he/she is permitted to do so.


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11. Right of Landowner to File complain : (1) Within a time-limit of seven
days from the date of the publication of a notice under Section 9, plus the time
required for the journey involved, the concerned landowner may file a
complaint with the ♣Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government of Nepal
through the local officer, explaining the reasons, if any, why his/her land
should not be acquired. If the tenant has built any brick-house on the land with
the consent of the landowner, such tenant may also file a complaint under this
Sub-Section with respect to such house and the land occupied by it.
(2) Before taking a decision on the complaint filed under Sub-
Section (2), ♣Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government of Nepal shall
consult the officer responsible for preliminary Action, and, if necessary, the
local officer as well.
(3) For the purpose of taking decision in respect to he complaint
filed under Sub-Section (1), the ♣Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government
of Nepal hearing complains under this Section shall exercis the powers
vested in a district court in respect to conducting local investigations
(sarjameen), summoning witnesses, recording statements or procuring
document.
(4) Decision on complaints to be made under Sub-Section (2), shall
be pronounced ordinarily within fifteen days from the date of receipt of such
complaint.

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12. Power to Occupy Land : (1) The local officer shall take possession of the
concern land and hand it over to the office or institution for which it is
acquired after a decision has been made on complaint, if any, filed under Sub-
Section (1) of Sub-Section 11 after the publication of the notice under Sub-
Section (1) of Section 9, or at any time after the expiry of the time limit for
filing a complaint, if no complaint has been received. Such land may then
utilized for the purpose for which it is acquired. After taking possession of the
land in this manner, the local officer shall notify Government of Nepal
accordingly.
(2) Notwithstanding anything contained in Sub-Section (1), in case
any house is to be acquired along with the land, an if it is being occupied
personally by the owner thereof, it shall not be taken possession of (by the
local officer) unless (the owner thereof) is paid 50 percent of the amount of
compensation payable to him/her, if such compensation has already been
determined, or reasonable expenses in advance as required to enable him/her
to shift his residence, if the amount of compensation has not already been
determined.
13. Form of Compensation and Officer powered to Determine It: (1)
Compensation payable under this Act shall be paid in cash.
(2) There shall be a committee consisting of the following officers to
determine the amount of compensation payable under Sub-Section (1):
(a) Chief District Officer,
(b) Land Administrator or Chief of the Land Revenu Office,


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(c) The Project-in-chief, if the land has been acquired for a
project, and if it has been acquired for any other purpose,
an officer designated by the ♣Chief District Officer,
(d) A representative of the District Development Committee .
(3) Notwithstanding anything contained in Sub-Section (1), the
amount of compensation may be determined separately in the case of persons
whose land is wholly acquired, and of those whose land is partially acquired.
14. Allotment of Other Lands in Exchange : In case any person whose land is
wholly acquired under this Act wants to obtain compensation in the form of
land elsewhere, Government of Nepal may, in exchange for such land, allot
him/her any waste land, or land belonging to itself, or any other land which it
is going to allot or sell in accordance with prevailing Nepal law, if available.
15. Compensation for Guthi lands : In the case of Guthi lands acquired
under this Act, compensation shall be paid inaccordance with the
provisions of the Guthi Corporation Act,1976.
16. Criteria to be Considered While Determining Compensation: (1) The
Compensation Fixation Committee shall take the following criteria into
consideration while determining compensation for lands to be acquired for
Government of Nepal, Local Bodies, and institutions fully owned by
Government of Nepal.
(a) The guidelines issued by Government of Nepal from time
to time in respect to the fixation of compensation and,

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(b) The losses suffered by the concerned person as a re ult of
his having been required to shift the residence or the place
of his/her business by reason of acquisition of the land.
(2) While determining the amount of compensation for land to be
acquired for institutions other than Local Bodies, and institutions fully owned
by Government of Nepal, the compensation Fixation cmmittee shall take the
following criteria into consideration:
(a) The price of the land at the time of the publication of a
notice of land acquisition under Section 9,
(b) The Value of the crops, houses, walls, sheds, etc, if any,
acquired along with the land,
(c) The losses which the concerned person will suffer as a
result of shifting his/her residence, or the place of his/her
business, by reason of the acquisition of his/her land.
17. Determination of compensation for Land Acquired Out of Surplus
Land : Notwithstanding anything contained in Section 16, in case the land to
be acquired for Government of Nepal, Local Bodies, or institutions fully
owned by Government of Nepal happens to be part of the land taken excess of
the ceiling on landholding prescribed in the Lands Act, 1964 the amount of
compensation therefor shall not exceed the amount payable under the Lands
Act, 1964.
18. List of Persons Entitled to Compensation and Complaints against it :
(1) On the basis of the applications received within e time-limit prescribed in
the notification issued under Section 9, the local officer shall prepare a list of
persons entitled to compensation, and issue a notice accordingly for the
information of the concerned persons.


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(2) A person who is not satisfied with the list contai ed in the
notification issued under Sub-Section (2) may file a complaint with the ♣Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government of Nepal within fifteen days
after the publication of such notification.
(3) In case any complaint filed under Sub-Section (2) relates to
questions other than those involving a dispute over wnership or possession,
the ♣Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government of Nepal shall dispose of the
same ordinarily within fifteen days. But in case such complaint concerns a
dispute over ownership or possession, no Action shall be taken thereon, and a
notice stating that compensation shall be paid to the person who establishes
his/her title through the final decision of the court shall be served on to the
concerned persons. Such notice shall also indicate the name of the office
which will hold custody of the amount of compensation.
(4) The person who establishes his/her claim on the basis of the final
decision pronounced by the court on a case relating o dispute over
ownership or possession, shall receive the amount kep in custody, under
Sub-Section (3) within two years after such final decision. In case such
person fails to receive the amount kept in custody after the expiry of that
time-limit, it shall be credited to the Consolidated Fund.
19. Notice to be Given After Fixation of Compensation : After the
Compensation Fixation committee has determined the amount of
compensation, the Chief District Officer shall notify Government of Nepal
accordingly.

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20. Compensation to be Obtained by Tenants : In case the land to be
acquired under this Act is a tenancy holding, ♠fifty percent of the amount of
compensation payable for such land shall be obtained by the tenant. Provided
that in case a house constructed by the tenant withthe consent of the
landowner is also acquired, the tenant shall receiv the entire amount of
compensation paid for such house.
21. Arrears Due to the Government may be Deducted from
compensation : In case any amount of land or other tax levy is due from the
concerned person at the time of payment of compensatio for his/her land, it
may be deducted from such compensation.
22. Devolution of Ownership : After any land has been taken possession of (by
the local Officer) under Section 12, the ownership thereof shall accrue to
Government of Nepal or to any institution for which t e land has been
acquired.
23. Transfer of Title and Adjustment in Land of Record Revenue
Register: (1) Within fifteen days after taking possession of land ownership of
which has accrued to Government of Nepal or any institution under Section 22,
the local officer shall write to the office possessing records of such land to
effect the transfer thereof to Government of Nepal, or to the concerned
institution, as the case may be, after removing entries thereof in the land
Revenue records and such office shall do so, and notify the local officer and
the outgoing landowner accordingly as early as possible.

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(2) Adjustment in records and transfer of title to the land shall be
deemed to have been of feted from the date of accruement of ownership
thereof, irrespective of the date on which removal r transfer has been Actually
been effected.
(3) In case the records of lands acquired under Nepal law in force
immediately before the commencement of this Act do not appear to have been
adjusted, those shall be deemed to have been ipso facto adjusted after the
commencement of this Act.
24. No Effect on Circumstances Existing Prior to transfer of Ownership :
(1) In case any land or other tax is due from the expropriated landowner still
the day preceding the accruement of ownership of his land to Government of
Nepal or to any institution under this Act, this section shall not adversely affect
to recover such arrears from him/her even after the trans of ownership of
his/her land.
(2) In case any tenancy holding is acquired, nothing contained in this
section shall be deemed to have affect the right of the expropriated
landowner to initiate Action to recover arrears of kut rent due from the tenant
for the period preceding the acquisition.
25. Special Powers to Acquire Land in Special Circumstance: (1) In case
it becomes urgently necessary for Government of Nepal to acquire any land to
maintain transport or communication facilities, or t ensure safety of life and
property against extensive damage, or to protect any other public property in
the event of sudden diversion of the course of any river, or any natural disaster,
or any other extraordinary circumstances, it may, notwithstanding anything
contained elsewhere in this Act, order the local officer to initiate Action for the
acquisition of such land after making a decision to that effect.


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(2) In relation to the land to be acquired for the purpose of as
mentioned in Clause (1), the local officer shall issue a notice for the
information of the concerned person, containing such particulars as
mentioned in Sub-Section (1) as are available. Such notice may be issued in
any form he/she may deem appropriate, after being satisfied that the
concerned persons will be informed of it as early as possible.
(3) The local officer may occupy land at any time after the issue of a
notice under Sub-Section (2), and the ownership of G vernment of Nepal
over such land shall be effective from the date of the occupation of such land.
(4) In case any crop, tree, house, or wall standing o the land to be
acquired under this Section is acquired along with the land, the concerned
person shall be paid compensation therefor.
(5) Compensation for land to be acquired under thisSection shall be
determined by the Compensation fixation committee formed under Section 13.
(6) Except in case relating to the amount of compensation, no
complaint against the acquisition of land shall be entertained.
(7) Any person who is not satisfied with the amount of compensation
may file a complaint with the ♣Ministry of Home Affairs, the Government of
Nepal within fifteen days from the date of the issue of the notice of fixation
of compensation, and, in such cases, the decision of the ♣Ministry of Home
Affairs, the Government of Nepal shall be final.
(8) In regard to the removal of entries in the land revenue records of
lands acquired under this Section, the local officer shall take Action on the

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basis of the procedure indicated in Section 23. The provisions of Section 24
shall also be applicable to such lands.
26. Consent of Landowner : In case Government of Nepal has already used any
land for any public purpose, compensation payable for such land, even if it has
not been acquired in accordance with the provisions f this Act, may be
determined under this Act, provided that the concered landowner gives his
consent to do so. Such land shall be deemed to have been acquired under this
Act after compensation has been determined in this manner.
27. Acquisition of Land Through Negotiations : Notwithstanding anything
contained elsewhere in this Act, Government of Nepal m y acquire any land
for any purpose through negotiations with the concer ed landowner. It shall
not be necessary to comply with the procedure laid down in this Act while
acquiring lands through negotiations.
28. Power to Acquire Land for Diplomatic Missions and International
Agencies : (1) lands may be acquired under this Act for the us of diplomatic
missions, including consulates, and of international agencies.
(2) Compensation for lands to be acquired under Sub-Section (1)
shall be determined in accordance with Sub-Section (2) of Section 16.
29. Acquisition of Land Along with Buildings, etc : In case the concerned
person submits an application requesting that all crop, trogon, walls, buildings,
etc., located on the land which is to be acquired un er this Act also be
acquired, Action shall be taken accordingly .
30. Power of Government of Nepal to Take Decision Not to Acquire
Lands: (1) At any stage of the proceedings already started for the acquisition
of land under this Act, Government of Nepal may deci not to acquire the


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same, and, in such case, the local officer shall affix notice under Sub-Section
(2) of Section for the information of the concerned persons.
(2) Irrespective of whether proceedings in respect to the acquisition
of lands are staged, if any losses are suffered as a re ult of preliminary Action
initiated under Section 6, the officer responsible for such Action shall
determine the amount of compensation under Section 7, where it has not
already been paid.
31. No Tenancy Right on Land Given to Others for Cultivation:
Government of Nepal or any institution may let any land acquired under this
Act for cultivation to nay person on contrAct until i is used for the purpose for
which it has been acquired. Such cultivator shall not be entitled to the tenancy
rights according to current Nepal law by virtue of cultivation of such land .
32. Confiscation of Building constructed or crops Grown Without
Permission : (1) After the ownership of land acquired under this Act by the
Government of Nepal, or any institution, no person shall construct any
building, shed, wall, etc, on such land, or cultivate without the written
approval of Government of Nepal or the concerned institution.
(2) In case any person constructs any building, shed, wall, etc., or
cultivates the land in contravention of Sub-Section (1), Government of Nepal
or the concerned institution, may confiscate such structure, or the crop grown
on the land, without paying compensation.
33. Land Acquired for Purpose may be be used for Another purpose :
In case the land, acquired for the Government of Nepal or on institution fully
owned by the Government of Nepal pursuant to this Act, is not required for
that purpose as it was acquired or there remains surplus land upon using it for
that purpose, the Government may use such land for public purpose and the


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institution may use such land in of the activity as mentioned in Sub-section (1)
of Section 4.
34. Land found Unnecessary to be Returned to Expropriated
Landowner: (1) If any land acquired pursuant to this Act is found
unnecessary for the purpose for which it has been acquired, or there remains
surplus land upon using for such purpose, it shall be returned to the
expropriated land-owner, unless it is otherwise utilized by Government of
Nepal or an institution fully owned by it under Section 33.
(2) In case any land, acquired under this Act for any institution other
than one fully owned by Government of Nepal is not utilized for the purpose
mentioned in the agreement executed under Sub-Section (2) of Section 4,
such land shall be returned to the expropriated lanow er.
(3) Notwithstanding anything contained in Sub-Sections (1) and (2),
no land shall be returned under this Section unless the expropriated
landowner has refunded the amount of compensation paid for such land
under this Act.
(4) The local officer shall return the land on refund of compensation
and additional amount by the expropriated landowner u der this Section.
(5) After land has been returned to the expropriated landowner, the
local officer shall direct the appropriate office in writing to update the record
accordingly in the name of the landowner, and the appropriate office shall
then Act and notify the same to the local officer.
35. Power to Sell Land Which Has Been Acquired : In case the expropriated
landowner refuses to get back the land under Section 34, or is not traced, it
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36. Goods Not to be Returned If Not Lifted Within prescribed Time-
Limit : In case the person permitted to lift the crop, tree or building or wall
constructed on the land in accordance with the different provisions of this Act
fails to do so with the prescribed time limit, the local officer may impound the
same, and no claim by such person to such crops, trees, house, or wall shall be
entertained.
37. Compensation to be Received within prescribed Time-Limit : In case
the concerned person fails to receive compensation within the time limit
prescribed for the purpose under the different provisi ns of this Act, or refuses
to accept it, the local officer shall issue a notice prescribing a final time-limit
of three months for receiving such compensation. In case the concerned person
fails to receive compensation even with in such time-limit, he/she shall not be
entitled to any compensation.
38. Local Officer to Provide Assistance : Any officer who is empowered
under this Act to perform any Action may request ...... ..× the chief district
officer, or the police for assistance in the course th reof, and in that event,
............ × the Chief District Officer, or the police shall provide assistance.
39. Penalties : (1) In case any person opposes or obstructs any Action being taken
under Section 6, or uses force the persons who are taking such Action, or
assaults them, or destroys any equipment installed or erected, or erases or
damages any marker or map installed or made in the course of such Action,

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he/she shall be punished with a fine not exceeding o e thousand rupees, or
with imprisonment for a term not exceeding one month, or with both.
(2) In case any person opposes or obstructs or creates disturbances
which affixing the Notice he/she shall be punished with fine not exceeding
Rs. 1,000.
(3) In case any person opposes or obstructs or creates disturbances
while occupying the land by the local officer under Sub-Section (3) of
Section 25, he/she shall be punished with a fine not exceeding Rs. 1,000, or
with imprisonment for a term not exceeding one month, or with both.

40. Authority to Hear Cases and Appeals : (1) The original jurisdiction in
respect to offenses punishable under this Act shall be in the Chief District
Officer.
(2) Appeals against any decision made by the Chief D strict Officer
under Sub-Section (1) shall be entertained ♣ in Court of Appeal within thirty-
five days.

41. Government of Nepal to be the Plaintiff : Government of Nepal shall be
the plaintiff the in all case filed under this Act.

42. Power to Frame Rules : Government of Nepal may frame Rules to
implement the objectives of this Act.

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43. Repeal and Saving : (1) The Land Acquisition Act, 1961 has been repealed.
(2) Any Action taken for the purpose of acquisition f land under the
Land Acquisition Act, 1961 at the time of commence of this Act shall be
deemed to have been taken under this Act after the commencement thereof
and may be continued as if it was started under this Act.
________________________________________________________________ Note : 1. The words changed by the District Development Committee Act, 2048 :- (a) Instead of "District Assembly" to "District Council" (b) Instead of "District Panchayat" to "District Development Committee " 2. The words changed by Local Administration (Third amendment ) Act, 2048 Instead of "District Office " to "District Administration Office "