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A team of Corporate Lawyers of Legacy Law Offices led by Ms. Shalini Munjal, Senior Partner-Transactional Support is rendering legal services for the Review and updation of Feasibility Study and Bid Process Management for Selection of Developer/s for Dharavi Redevelopment Project (DRP), Mumbai, Maharashtra State in India for the Dharavi Redevelopment Project/ Slum Rehabilitation Authority (a Government of Maharashtra Undertaking). The Project envisages development of Dharavi Notified Area through Public Private Participation by using land as resource to cross subsidize the cost of development through sale component on the basis Slum Rehabilitation Scheme by dividing it into sectors and by appointing developers for the same.