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Consolidation of all Special Economic Zones of M/s. Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited [earlier known as M/s. Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone Limited (MPSEZL)]

Consolidation of all Special Economic Zones of M/s. Adani Ports and Special Economic Zone Limited [earlier known as M/s. Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone Limited (MPSEZL)] - SEZ - S.O. 3029 (E) - Dated:- 21-9-2016 - MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (Department of Commerce) NOTIFICATION New Delhi, the 21st September, 2016 S.O. 3029(E).-WHEREAS, the Central Government had notified/de-notified the Special Economic Zone named M/s. Mundra Port and Special Economic Zone Limited at Mundra in the .....

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one Limited vide approval letter No. F.1/15/2011-SEZ dated 27th March, 2012; AND, WHEREAS, the Central Government has decided to consolidate all the Special Economic Zones notified vide S.O. number 1365 (E) dated 27th May, 2009; S.O. number 583 (E) dated 26th March, 2012; S.O. number 1443 (E) dated 31st May, 2013; S.O. number 3379 (E) dated 11th December, 2015 referred in preceding paragraph for administrative convenience and without affecting rights obligations and fiscal benefits of the Develo .....

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ecember, 2015, referred to the first paragraph, except as respects things done or omitted to be done for such supersession, the Central Government on being satisfied that the requirements under sub-section (8) of section 3 of the said Act and other related requirements are fulfilled, hereby consolidates the Special Economic Zones mentioned in the notifications referred to the first paragraph, and re-notifies following areas comprising following survey numbers given in the table below as a Specia .....

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al Island Land Mundra North : Navinal Creek and GMBGAPL Land South : Gulf of Kutch East : GAPL road and 325 acres ACL land West : Creek and Forest Area 406-29-97 5. Navinal Island Land Mundra North : Forest Land South : Navinal Creek East : GAPL Road West : Forest Land 80-93-62 6. Mundra and Old Bharat Salt and Chemical Ltd. Land Mundra North: Traverse Land S.No.169 of Village - Dhrub and Traverse land S.No. 141 of Village - Mundra South: Bocha Creek & Old Mundra Port East: Old Mundra Port R .....

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Part, 177/2, 235 Part, 237/1, 237/2, 258, 238, 239/1 Part, 243 Part, 244, 245/2, 245/1, 246 Part, 247 Part, 248 Part, 254/2 Part, 256/1 Part, 257, 259, 262, 263, 264, 265, 266, 267/1, 267/2, 274/2, 277 Part, 278/1, 278/2, 279 Part, 280, 281, 282, 342 Part, 342 Part, 236, 468 Part, 468 Part, 468 Part 183-68-47 13. Vadala Mundra 120 Part, 177/1, 177/2, 178, 179 Part, 180/1, 180/2, 180/3, 181, 184, 185 Part, 185 Part, 186 Part, 187, 188/1, 189/1, 189/2, 190/1, 190/2, 191, 192, 193, 195 Part, 96/1, .....

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528/1, 528/2, 529 Part, 530, 533, 534 Part, 376, 466 Part, 472, 202, 466 Part 14. Pavadiyara Mundra 10/1 Part, 11, 12/3, 12/4, 12/5, 12/6, 13/1, 13/2, 13/3, 14/1 Part, 15, 16 Part, 30, 32/1 Part, 39 Part, 41, 42/1, 42/2, 43/1, 43/2, 44 Part, 17 Part, 29, 31/1, 31/2 26-22-33 15. Bharudia Mundra 168 Part, 173/1, 173/2, 174 Part, 176, 177 Part, 210, 211 Part, 212, 214, 217 Part, 217 Part, 178 Part 27-01-25 16. Bhadreshwar Mundra 54 Part, 55 Part, 57, 60, 153/1, 154/2, 63/1 Part, 63/2 Part, 82/1, 8 .....

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art, 295 Part, 298/1, 298/2, 302 Part, 304 Part, 299 Part, 300 Part, 301, 306/1 Part, 308 Part, 309 Part, 309 Part, 312 Part, 292/3, 345, 347, 334, 342,346 18. Bitawaladia (Ugamanowa ) Anjar 5/1 Part, 6 Part, 8 Part, 9 Part, 9 Part, 10 Part, 11/1 Part, 11/2 Part, 11/3, 18/1 Part, 18/2 Part, 18/3, 19, 21, 22/2 Part, 22/3, 22/4, 22/5, 23 Part, 55 Part, 184/1 Part, 184/2 Part, 186 Part, 187/1 Part, 220, 221 Part, 222, 223 Part, 224 Part, 225 Part, 225 Part, 338, 401 Part, 401Part, 7, 43, 220, 405 P .....

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/1, 9, 10, 11/1, 11/2, 45 Part, 46 Part, 47, 48, 49/1, 49/2, 335 Part, 335 Part, 338/1, 338/2, 338/3 Part, 340 Part, 341 Part, 342/1, 342/2, 348/2 Part, 384/2, 342/3, 343, 344, 346, 347, 348/1 Part, 349, 350, 351, 352 Part, 353 Part, 354 Part, 355, 356, 357, 358/1, 358/2, 358/3, 359, 360, 361, 362, 363, 364, 365, 367 Part, 369/2 Part, 369/3, 370 Part, 384/4 Part, 387 Part, 395/1 Part, 397 Part, 398, 399, 400, 403, 404 Part, 405 Part, 489 Part, 401, 489 Part 169-42-98 21. Shynoi Anjar 514 3-37-91 .....

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122/2, 124/1 Part, 124/2 Part, 124/3 Part, 124/4, 140/1 Part, 140/2, 141 Part, 142/4, 163 Part 18-67-60 24. Mundra Port (GAPL) Port Limits - As per following existing notifications: (i) No. 17/99-CC dated 23- 09-1999 issued by the Office of the Commissioner of Customs, Gujarat, Ahmedabad (v) No. PT/2008/69/WKS/432007/ G/488/ GH/1 dated 11- 12-2008 issued by Ports and Transport Department, Government of Gujarat. (vi) No. 03/2003 dated 7th March 2003 issued by the Office of the Commissioner of Cus .....

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9 35. Zarpara Mundra 689/47 21-04-38 36. Zarpara Mundra 689/48 74-46-25 37. Zarpara Mundra 689/49 70-51-68 38. Zarpara Mundra 689/50 41-65-27 39. Zarpara Mundra 689/52 16-19-08 40. Zarpara Mundra Unsurveyed Land 269-03-89 41. Zarpara Mundra 689/P92/P2/P2 87-20-05 42. Navinal Mundra 55/1 1-22-42 43. Navinal Mundra 56/2 0-23-27 44. Navinal Mundra 64/1 0-98-14 45. Navinal Mundra 102/1 2-30-67 46. Navinal Mundra 102/2 1-11-29 47. Navinal Mundra 110/3 0-84-98 48. Navinal Mundra 115/3 1-02-18 49. Navi .....

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