235 T. Grounds on which permission to construct or re-construct hut may be refused

  1. The grounds on which permission to construct or re-construct a hut may be refused are the following, namely: -
    1. that the work or use of the site for the work would contravene the provisions of any law or any order, rule, bye-law or declaration made under, such law;
    2. that the application for permission does not contain the particulars or are not prepared in the manner required by any rule or bye-law made under this Act;
    3. that any information or plan required by the Secretary under the rules or bye-laws made under this Act has not been duly furnished;
    4. that the proposed hut would be an encroachment upon the land belonging to the Government or the Village Panchayat
  2. No application for permission to construct or re-construct a hut shall be refused without stating the reasons for such refusal.