LAL DORA LAND
- 10 October, 2022
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WHAT IS LAL DORA LAND?
For maintenance of revenue records under the British regime in 1908, a red line was drawn on maps separating the village population from the adjacent agricultural land, particularly in Delhi. Lal Dora land is the name classification assigned to the part of village land, which comprises the village habitation, referred to as Abadi. This land was usually used for keeping livestock and farm produce.
After independence, the Government extended Lal Dora villages in Delhi. After freedom, the extended village Abadi residents enjoy relaxation from house tax.
Lal Dora land is exempt from building bye-laws and construction norms laid down by the Delhi Municipal Act. With a notification passed by the Municipal Corporation of Delhi in 1963, it was no longer mandatory for buildings on Lal Dora land to be sanctioned by any authority.
LAL DORA AREAS IN DELHI
|West Delhi||Virendra Nagar, Parts of Uttam Nagar, Mahavir Enclave, Asalatpur|
|South Delhi||Lado Sarai, Kishan Garh, Basant Gaon, Khirki, Munirka, Yusuf Sarai, Katwaria Sarai, Chhatarpur, Sant Nagar, Mehrauli|
|East Delhi||Dayanand Block in Shakarpur, Kotla Village, Khera Gaon, Kondli, Trilokpuri|
|North Delhi||Netaji Subhash Vihar, Karkardoma Gram, Navada, Parts of Narela Village, Gopal Pur, parts of Rohini|
What is Lal Dora Certificate?
The Lal Dora certificate is proof that a person is the owner of particular land or property falling in the Abadi area of a village. You can get this certificate from the Sub-Divisional Magistrate.
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