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The document checks required for land acquisition in India depend on the purpose of the acquisition and the type of land being acquired. Some of the common documents that may be required include:

  1. Title deed: This is a document that establishes the ownership of the land and is generally required to be produced by the landowner.
  2. Encumbrance certificate: This certificate is issued by the concerned authorities and indicates whether there are any liabilities or encumbrances on the land, such as mortgages or liens.
  3. Conversion certificate: If the land is being acquired for a purpose other than what it was originally intended for, a conversion certificate may be required to confirm that the land has been converted for the new purpose.
  4. NOC (No Objection Certificate): If the land is located in an area with certain restrictions, such as a protected forest or a coastal regulation zone, an NOC may be required from the concerned authorities before the land can be acquired.
  5. Land use certificate: This certificate indicates the current use of the land and may be required to confirm that the land is being used for a permissible purpose.
  6. Survey maps: Detailed survey maps of the land may be required to confirm the boundaries and extent of the land being acquired.

It is important to note that these requirements may vary depending on the specific laws and regulations that apply in the state or region where the land is located.

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