NRIs are not allowed to file property dispute cases other than in the property’s location.
It is essential to pay attention to the factors like environmental clearances etc. However, getting a bit of legal advice will be beneficial.
It is possible to gift property by an NRI. But the property should not be agricultural land or any plantation property. No tax is levied on gifts when relatives receive the gifts. But have to pay prevalent stamp duty and registration charges
It is possible to bequeath property to their legal heirs and anyone as per the choice through the Will. An NRI is also allowed to inherit property from another NRI or resident of India.
Under FEMA regulations, it is clear that NRIs are not permitted to buy agricultural land in India. But under certain circumstances, by getting special permission from the RBI, NRI will be able to purchase such land.