Property Management Services
NRIs face a lot issues in managing the properties they hold in India and the biggest one is to find a Legal agency which can provide them legal advice and solutions for all their queries under one roof.
LEGAL COMPLIANCE FOR BUYING & SELLING PROPERTY | PROPERTY TRANSFER PROCESS | PROPERTY RECORD SEARCH
Transfer of property
Inherited through will or law of succession
If the owner is alive and has given consent to transfer
Property can be transferred as a Gift through a Gift Deed without exchange of money but needs to be registered failing which it becomes null and void
Property transfer through Registered Sale deed : A regular process of Buy and sell
Which further requires Title deeds, revenue records, and mutations in your favor
Buying or selling of property
Identification of buyer/seller.
Identification of a suitable property as per the requirements of the client.
Establishing title to the property
Ensuring that all documents are properly executed and delivered.
Preparing & evaluating all the documents necessary to complete a transaction efficiently & correctly
Negotiating, drafting and reviewing sale and purchase agreements.
A thorough physical inspection of the property in order to negotiate a better purchase price.
Representation before various authorities such as Sub Divisional Magistrate, Registrar, Courts etc.
Repatriation advice, tax advice and any other compliance advice.
Property search : where is my property
Physically and in government records
What do the government records say – am I the owner in records
Are the land records updated for this property – Is the title clear
Verification of land records which are often in vernacular language
Partition of Joint Property
Inherited property through will or law of succession brings the issue of Shared Ownership of land/property.
A legal partition of property is required to solve the issues among the claim holders and partition of property in government recordsis required for effective management and control of ownership
If an NRI individual is co-owner with any other person, it can create complications and lead to disputes
Property disputes are common in case of joint property if the NRI does not have cordial relations with person who currently has possession the joint property.
The individual who has possession currently usually prefers to get authority to manage, control and even sell the relevant share which is detrimental to the interest of NRI
In such scenarios when all claim holders are not in agreement, a legal suit is to be filed in concerned courts.
To contest and adequately represented in the suit filed in courts, NRIs need assistance, advice and representation through legal representatives even without being present in India physically.