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Civic body to look into SRK’s lease terms

As per the Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act, 1888, and the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966, BMC can recover the cost it incurs from the owner on demolition of any illegal construction carried out by the latter.

mumbai Updated: Oct 01, 2016 00:51 IST
Sanjana Bhalerao
BMC

The civic body has to submit the report in one month.(HT Photo)

The Mumbai Suburban Collector has written to the civic body and asked it to conduct a survey on any lease conditions that may have been breached by Shah Rukh Khan when he constructed the illegal ramp outside his bungalow in Bandra (West).

The civic body has to submit the report in one month.

Godfrey Pimenta, an activist, had complained against the actor for the illegal construction of a ramp in the Coastal Regulatory Zone (CRZ). The actor had paid Rs 1.93 lakh as penalty for the construction, which was later demolished by the BMC. The civic body had issued a notice to the actor on March 5, 2015.

As per the Mumbai Municipal Corporation Act, 1888, and the Maharashtra Regional and Town Planning Act, 1966, BMC can recover the cost it incurs from the owner on demolition of any illegal construction carried out by the latter.