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32. Procedure when immovable Property cannot be acquired by agreement.-

2[When any immovable property is required for the purposes of the Board], the Central Government may, at the request of the Board, procure the acquisition thereof under the provisions of the Land Acquisition Act, 1894 (1 of 1894), and on payment by the Board of the compensation awarded under that Act and of the charges incurred by the Government in connection with the proceedings, the land shall vest in the Board.

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