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Important Tips related to Land Acquisation.
Five key things you need to know when land acquisition
1. How will you know your property is being acquired?
You will receive a “Notice of Intention to Acquire” the property from the Acquiring Authority (often being VicRoads, the State Government or a Council). This document will provide information about why your property is being acquired, and the approximate date of when the proposed land is to be acquired.
2. What can you do with your property once you have been served with a Notice of Intention to Acquire?
Once you receive a Notice of Intention to Acquire you cannot sell or enter into a new lease for the property.
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3. How long after the Notice of Intention to Acquire will my land be acquired?
The Acquiring Authority has six months to acquire the land after serving the Notice of Intention to Acquire. If they do not acquire your property within six months, the Notice of Intention to Acquire lapses. If the Acquiring Authority does acquire your property, a notice will be published in the Government Gazette. The date of this publication is the date of acquisition.
4. What happens if the Acquiring Authority does not go ahead with the acquisition?
You can claim any reasonable loss or damage from the Acquiring Authority that you have incurred due to the service of the Notice of Intention to Acquire.
5. What happens if the Acquiring Authority does go ahead with the acquisition?
You will receive an offer of compensation within 14 days from the notice being published in the Government Gazette. This will include a certificate of valuation and an explanation as to any difference between the offer and the valuation.