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Get Your Rights ‘Transferred’ to Yourself – In Time!

By | November 30th, 2016|Blog, Illegal, Transfer of Property|

How many times would you have heard NRIs complaining of their property being usurped by unwanted elements, for sheer lack of legal transfer of property in their names? Transfer of property is easily one of the most troublesome issues that NRIs face - and lack of awareness of these has led many NRIs to suffer mental [...]

Succession Certificate: Making Inheritance More Meaningful

By | November 29th, 2016|Blog, Succession Certificate|

Inheritance is understood to be a naturally smooth flowing process, and a lot of people are not even aware of the relevance of the ‘Succession Certificate.' It is a known fact that a majority of the inheritance issues get covered under the Hindu Succession Act. Some that are related to the minorities are taken to [...]

All partitions needn’t be sad stories – Partition of Property

By | November 28th, 2016|Blog, Illegal, Partition of Property|

There are times that an NRI is the co-owner with somebody, in a property. By itself this might not be a problem; but sometimes, this leads to property disputes taking place. Usually the scenario would be that the other person would be seeking major control or manage or even try and sell the property as [...]

Unaccounted deposits could face 50% tax, 4 Years lock-in period

By | November 26th, 2016|Blog, Demonetisation|

No less than 50 percent tax could be levied on inexplicable bank deposits made when using banned currency notes around December 30, 2016 including a four-year lock-in period for One half of the remaining amount underneath the amendments to tax law the government plans to usher in Parliament shortly. However, a greater 90 percent tax [...]

Demonetisation Do’s and Don’ts: Govt Announces Operational Measures

By | November 25th, 2016|Blog, Demonetisation|

After about fifteen days of the Demonetisation process, the Government finally announced some measures on an operational level so that there is clarity about the usage of the old versus new notes - as also the exchange of the notes. Significantly, the following are noteworthy points: There will be no over the counter exchange of the [...]

Criminal Litigation Against NRIs and Overseas Citizens

By | November 24th, 2016|Blog, Criminal Litigation|

"A DAY IN PRISON IS LONGER THAN A THOUSAND YEARS" DON'T LET THAT HAPPEN TO YOU!!!! A huge number of our NRI clients come to us because of false litigation initiated against them. Most of these charges are either unfounded or baseless. To top it all NRIs have to be fearful of coming to India [...]

Landlord-Tenant Dispute- Tales that Never End!

By | November 23rd, 2016|Blog, landlord tenant dispute|

Eviction of tenants is one of the most frequently queries that we handle from NRIs. Landlord-Tenant disputes are not limited to local levels only. In the case of NRI properties, the matter always becomes worse because people can take undue advantage of the absence of overseas citizens. Most NRIs have no option but to give [...]

Demonetisation Myths and Rumours

By | November 22nd, 2016|Blog, Demonetisation|

Whenever major sweeping changes are made in an existing system, some myths and rumours are bound to be floated around too - partly because of the ignorance of the masses and partly because of a tendency of a section of people to create confusion and panic. The Modi government's recent Demonetization move is no exception! [...]

Guidelines to NRI investors post demonetization

By | November 21st, 2016|Blog, Demonetisation, Real Estate|

The words “Property for Sale” always create a lot of interest. It is important for people to learn to protect their properties. More so, in this era post demonetization and the effects, the current wave is supposed to have on the real estate sector too. The first step in this direction is to get the [...]

Demonetisation and The Real Estate Sector

By | November 20th, 2016|Blog, Real Estate|

When History takes a turn, there is plenty you can expect. India seems to be living in this kind of a phase for the past ten days. The wave of demonetisation that swept across the country on November 8 has brought related changes in various areas of the economy. Besides the fact that the move [...]

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