COGLA

AcronymDefinition
COGLACanada Oil and Gas Lands Administration
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'Since a great deal of work has been done by the Bahria Town and a third-party interest has been created in favour of hundreds of allotees, the land could be granted to the Bahria Town afresh by the Board of Revenue under the provisions of COGLA 1912.' 'What would be the terms and conditions of grant, what would be the price of the land, whether it would be the one at which the Bahria Town sold the land to the people by and large, how much of government land and how much of the private land has been utilized by the Bahria Town, and what Bahria Town is entitled to receive in terms of money on account of development of the land are the questions to be determined by the implementation bench of this court.'
The bench had taken up implementation of the May 4, 2018 judgement of the apex court which held that the grant of land to the Malir Development Authority by the Sindh government, its exchange with the land of Bahria Town and anything done under the provisions of Colonization of Government Land Act 1912 (COGLA) by the Sindh government was illegal and of no legal existence.
In its May 4 judgement, the Supreme Court had held that the grant of land to the MDA by the Sindh government, its exchange with the land of the private land developers Messrs Bahria Town and anything done under the provisions of Colonisation of Government Land Act, 1912, (COGLA) by the Sindh government as illegal, void ab initio and as such of no legal existence.
In its May 4 judgement, the apex court had held that the grant of land to MDA by the Sindh government, its exchange with the land of the private developer M/s Bahria Town and anything done under the provisions of Colonisation of Government Land Act 1912 (COGLA) by the Sindh government was illegal, void ab initio and of no legal existence.
In its judgement, the apex court had declared the grant of land to the Malir Development Authority (MDA) by the Sindh government, its exchange with the land of the private land developers Messers Bahria Town and anything done under the provisions of the Colonisation of Government Land Act (COGLA), 1912 by the Sindh government as illegal, void ab-initio and as such of no legal existence.
The three-judge bench by a majority decision also declared that as a third party interest had been created in favour of allottees, the Board of Revenue might grant the land afresh under Colonisation of Government Land Act-1912 (COGLA) and Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar might constitute an implementation bench of the apex court to determine terms and conditions of the fresh grant.