What are the key features of a Family Settlement Agreement (FSA)?

 FSA is an oral or a written agreement which parties enter into voluntarily for the distribution of a family properties and assets. A written FSA requires registration. FSA does not attract taxation on capital gains as FSA only recognises already existing rights and does not create any new right or title.

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