Dreaded legal barriers to compensation after food in Kerala


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Dreaded compensation barriers after food in Kerala

Local sources said many houses were located on land where owners only had possession rights.

As floods and landslides have damaged many houses along the river banks, there are also concerns about obtaining the due compensation.

Local sources said many houses were located on land where owners only had possession rights. Many constructions were even suspected of being made without respecting the standards. For these reasons, the government will have legal restrictions to allow offsets.

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During the major floods of 2018 in Kerala, authorities encountered a similar problem. The compensation did not correspond to the actual damage suffered by the owners.

Sources from the Revenue Ministry said the state government was likely to make a decision in favor of those affected.

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