Employees Housing Policy - Allotment of land for Housing Societies in the new State of Andhra Pradesh – Orders – Issued GO 43


Employees Housing Policy - Allotment of land for Housing Societies in the new State of Andhra Pradesh – Orders – Issued.

G.O.MS.No. 43 Dated: 24-01-2019 
 Read the following: 

1. G.O.Ms.No.242, Revenue (Assn.I) Department, dated 28.02.2005. 
2. G.O.Ms.No.243, Revenue (Assn.I) Department, dated 28.02.2005. 
3. G.O.Ms.No.244 , Revenue (Assn.I) Department,dated 28-02-2005. 
4. Orders of the Hon’ble High Court in WP No’s 7956, 7997 & 23682/2008,  dated:05-10-2010.
5. SLP (CA) No.12616-18/2010 renumbered as 3791-93 of 2011 filed by the GoAP before the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India.
6. Opinion rendered by the Advocate-on-Records for the State of Andhra Pradesh, Supreme Court, New Delhi, dated: 04.01.2019.
7. G.O.Ms.No.571, Revenue (Assn.I) Dept., dated 14-09-2012. 


In the GO 1st read above, the erstwhile Government have identified that there is an urgent need for prudent management of the land resources and laid down a comprehensive policy for the same.

2. In the GO 2nd read above, orders by erstwhile Government were issued on the methodology to be adopted for selecting the Housing Societies / Institutions for allotment and alienation of land.

3. In the GO 3rd read above, orders were issued by erstwhile Government on conditions of allotment of Government land to Government Employees.

4. In the reference 4th read above, the Hon’ble High Court of Andhra Pradesh has ordered as follows while squashing the orders issued by the erstwhile Government of Andhra Pradesh regarding allotment of house sites to the various housing societies “ the impugned G.Os., to the extent that they did not render ineligible the persons, who own a house or house site in their own name or in the name of their spouse or children for allotment of house sites by the respective societies of which they are members, cannot be sustained in law. In view of the same, all the impugned G.Os., except G.O.Ms.No.421 dated:25-3-2008, which was rescinded and consequently ceased to exist, are quashed. As a result of quashing of the impugned G.Os., possession of various parcels of the land allotted to respondents 4,5,7 to 11 - Societies shall stand restored to the Government. If respondent No.1 seeks to make fresh allotments, it can do so by issuing fresh G.Os., by incorporating necessary condition rendering the persons, who own a house or house site in their own name or in the name of their spouse or children, ineligible for allotment by the respective Societies. Before issuing such G.Os., respondent No.1 shall call for details of the members, who satisfy the eligibility criteria for allotment of house sites. The respective Societies shall submit the applications of each of the members personally signed by them along with their sworn affidavits, inter alia, declaring that they are not owning a house or house site either in their name or in the name of their spouse or children. Respondent No.1 shall keep these details in its web-site for information of general public. On the basis of such declarations, respondent No.1 shall assess the requirement of land to be distributed as house sites to the eligible
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