1978.- The Karnataka Industrial Areas Development Act, 1966 (Karnataka Act No. 18 of 1966), was enacted for the establishment of industrial areas in the State and generally to promote the establishment and orderly development of industries therein. According to section 34 penal action could be taken against any person who constructs or alters or uses any building in an industrial area or industrial estate contrary to the terms under which he holds such building or land. There is, however, no provision in the Act to demolish or alter the unauthorised structures for the purpose of enforcing the building regulations made under the Act, it is considered necessary to empower the Board to demolish unauthorised constructions and to direct the holders to construct or alter buildings in accordance with the regulations and conditions laid down in this behalf and if they fail to do so to get it done at their cost.
EC and CC are the Encumbrance Certificate and Completion certificate.»Proceed