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Property Law Articles


Property's Document(s) Verification

  Subash M R    26 February 2018 at 11:12

It is very necessary to verify property documents before going to purchase any immovable property anywhere in India including Bengaluru. Both the title deeds and the subsidiary documents in respect of the title of each and every immovable property ar ..


Posted in Property Law  12 comments |   1292 Views


Hindu woman's right in ancestral property: An endless saga of twists and turns

  Suresh Patil   15 February 2018 at 11:01

In our great nation, often while one issue is resolved, yet another is born. We have such a situation in the very beginning of 2018 -- thanks to latest Apex ..


Posted in Property Law  12 comments |   1480 Views


What To Check Before Buying A Property In India?

  Namita Shah   06 February 2018 at 14:01

"Ignorance is no excuse, especially when you are buying a property in India!"Buying a property is very different from buying a stock. Finding a property worth buying is only about 40% of the total work involved, 60% of it is all the other t ..


Posted in Property Law  4 comments |   891 Views


Remedies available to the borrower or aggrieved person against the proceedings

  Kapil Chandna   09 December 2017 at 10:11

INTRODUCTION TO THE SARFAESI ACT, 2002India is the world�s third largest economy. In order to keep pace with the fast evolving economies of the developed countries and to secure its position amongst the fastest developing countries, it is of ut ..


Posted in Property Law  2 comments |   2337 Views


Fate of simultaneous agreements to sale

  Kapil Chandna   08 December 2017 at 10:24

What is agreement to sale ?An agreement to sale always precedes the process of actual execution of the sale deed. An agreement to sale is a very important stage of the whole process. An agreement to sell is an important document in the process of sal ..


Posted in Property Law  2 comments |   1036 Views


Can I use my Residential place as Registered Office Address?

  Shrijay Sheth   12 October 2017 at 12:03

When we talk about commencement and registration of the Business, the place of business is always an associated question. The procurement of commercial space during Business Registration with Government is always an add-on cost for small businesses a ..


Posted in Property Law  4 comments |   10990 Views


Are you a Hindu or Muslim? Does it affect your rights on ancestral property?

  Sidharth Arora   03 October 2017 at 12:10

IF YOU CONVERT FROM HINDU TO A MUSLIM... WILL YOU LOSE YOUR RIGHTS OVER THE ANCESTRAL PROPERTY THROUGH SUCCESSION UNDER HINDU SUCCESSION ACT ?Read on: Does the Hindu Succession Act apply to Muslims also? Factual Matrix Of The Case The ..


Posted in Property Law  1 comments |   822 Views


Powers of Attorney - Legality - Analysis

  Sandeep Kapatkar   28 August 2017 at 13:16

(1) It has become a practice now a day to make a Powers of Attorney from landowners/Principal. The Power of Attorney holder then deals with the property as if his own and even gets sale deeds made in ..


Posted in Property Law  1 comments |   1165 Views


Law Relating to Succession & Other Certificates

  Adv K Rajasekharan   17 August 2017 at 11:08

Legal Heirship Certificate, Succession Certificate and Letters of Administration have close relation. They serve a common purpose � they are being used for devolution of some rights on the property of a person died intestate, to their legal des ..


Posted in Property Law  2 comments |   2588 Views


5 points to ponder before you give your property on rent

  RSJ LexComply   11 July 2017 at 12:08

1. CREDENTIALS � Check the credentials of the person you are renting out your property to: check the I cards, bank statements, previous history, etc.2. REGISTRATION � Make su ..


Posted in Property Law  2 comments |   992 Views






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