Though right in land not a fundamental right, it still remains an important Constitutional right, Supreme Court

The Supreme Court emphasised that, "the provisions of any Act seeking to divest any person from the rights in property have to be strictly followed."
Supreme Court
Supreme Court

The Supreme Court recently reiterated that although the right to property was no more a fundamental right, it still remains an important Constitutional right under Article 300A of the Constitution of India (Basnett D through LRs v The Collector).

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