The Vacation Division Bench of Karnataka High Court, headed by Justic Huluvadi G Ramesh, stayed the circular issued by the State government banning registration of gramathan sites only in Bangalore City, Bangalore Urban and Ramanagaram districts.
Gramathana sites come under village panchayat limits.
H Hemanth Kumar and others filed the PIL challenging the April 3, 2012 circular issued by the government directing District Registrars and Sub-Registrars not to register any gramathana sites in the above three district only.
The provisions of the Registration Act, the Karnataka Town and Country Planning Act and Transfer of Properties Act are violated by the circular issued contests the petition. (msn)
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