Yes, in addition to the current ownership status of the property, details regarding its previous owners are also extensively mentioned in the title search report.
As our local team physically visits the property to understand its correct actual on-ground status, we include the photographs of the property in the title search report to give detailed information regarding the property.
As the title search is exhaustive, it gives precise details about the property’s past and present ownership status along with mutation/transaction entries. In case there is any illegal transfer, we provide legal advice in this regard so that the concerned person can take timely action to challenge any unlawful transfer. This helps NRIs in restoring their rights in the property by adopting legal measures.
Along with the property’s current ownership status and commercial (market) value, the title search report also provides information regarding mortgage, loan, or pending litigation concerning the property. This can help understand the actual current value of the property as an asset.
Yes, the title search report also mentions the total area/size of the property in addition to the complete description/address of the property.
Yes, one can conduct a title search for all kinds of real estate assets – agricultural, residential and commercial properties.
The property documents procured in vernacular languages are translated into English to ensure a clear understanding of the documents by our clients.
Yes, the title search report also contains the commercial value of the property that a certified evaluator evaluates.
As the title search process is exhaustive, the team of specialists at NRI Legal Services visits the property to ascertain its on-ground status.