Yes, through the title search, the property lawyer or real estate attorney conducts a search over the property as per the requirements, and they can help the NRIs in informing them about the pending mortgage/loan or even pending litigation over the property.
Yes, the title search or property search can be conducted on all kinds of residential, agricultural and commercial properties.
Yes, the title search also enables the property owner to know what is the total area of their property, including the survey/khasra numbers of their property.
The title search or property search report includes the name(s) of the property’s current owner(s) and consists of the previous owners of the property.
Overseas citizens or NRIs don’t need to travel to India if they have the current ownership status over their properties in India. The title search or property search report can be conducted in their absence and details shared with them with the ease of relaxing at their home.
While a title search or property search report is prepared, not only it includes the current name of the person(s) in whose name the property reflect, it also consists of the valuation (Government and Market Valuation) of the property.
Since you need to have the current ownership status of your father’s property, you can conduct a title search or ownership search over the property to know in whose name the property reflects as per the revenue records.
While a title search is done on the property, you can always request to include the photographs of the property in order to have the current condition of the property.
The title search or property ownership search can be conducted on all kinds of properties, including agricultural properties. So, if you’re willing to conduct a title search or property ownership search over the agricultural land, you can approach the property lawyers or real estate attorney.