On 20 September 2020, Rajya Sabha passed two controversial agricultural laws amid outrage from opponents. The bills have sparked protests from farmers in several places. The two land reform laws – the Insurance and Price Protection Of Insurance and Agricultural Services Agreement, 2020 and the Agricultural Produce Trade and Commerce and Commerce (Promotion and Facilitation) Bill, 2020 – were voted on in Parliament, although the opposition protested and stormed the well of the house and sent them to a selected committee. These invoices are now sent to President Ram Nath Kovind for approval. What does the law say about the developer acquiring or modifying property rights on farm land or premises? 15. No recourse to collect rights on landderland. The act provided for a three-step dispute resolution mechanism by the conciliation body, the sub-district judge and the appeal authority. The agreement was to provide for a conciliation body and a conciliation procedure for the settlement of disputes.  The law has been the subject of much criticism from farmers across the country, particularly in Punjab and Haryana.
Without any regulation, the interests of farmers are neglected.   Farmers Trade and Trade Regulation (promotion and facilitation) 2020 Conditions on the quality, quality and standards of agricultural products are agreed upon and the above standards or qualifications expressly stated in the faring agreement. The state government may inform a registration authority for the establishment of an electronic register for that state, which provides a framework for the registration of agricultural agreements. . F.No 26011/3/2020-M.II., Department of Agriculture, Ministry of Agriculture and Dance, June 5, 2020. An agricultural agreement is a written agreement between a farmer and a „sponsor,“ another farmer or a third party prior to the production or rearing of predetermined quality agricultural products, in which the promoter agrees to purchase these products from the farmer and provide agricultural services. A sponsor refers to the person who entered into an agreement with the farmer to purchase agricultural products. When agricultural arrangements relate to seed production, the farmer pays the farmer at least two-thirds of the agreed amount at the time of delivery and the remaining amount „after certification“ and no later than thirty days after delivery. In other cases, sponsors may pay the agreed amount at the time of acceptance of the delivery of agricultural products and issue a release bulletin containing the details of the sale. The government can impose the way payments are made to farmers. For example, in 2006, Bihar repealed its APMC law with the similar aim of attracting private investment in this sector and transferred market responsibility to the relevant subsequent agents in this area.  The result is a lack of necessary marketing infrastructure, as existing infrastructure has eroded over time due to poor maintenance.1,2 In unregulated markets, farmers have faced problems such as high transaction fees and a lack of information on prices and product arrival.2 The Committee of Ministers of State, 2 The Standing Committee on Agriculture (2018-19) recommended that the central government establish marketing infrastructure in states that do not have APMC markets (i.e.,