HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM PROPERTY DISPUTES IN INDIA




Disputes over property may occur in all forms in today’s times. Legal battles over real estate usually take form of disputes with one’s neighbor particularly boundary disputes involving disagreements over property demarcation, disputes between landlords and tenants, disputes with resident welfare associations, disputes with trespassers, disputes among family members, disputes with builders and developers, disputes with government agencies or municipalities. Forgery of documents, misuse of power of attorney and impersonation is usually very common in matters concerning immovable property. That is why it is vital to get due diligence done as well as prepare documentation thoroughly with the support of genuine expert professionals in the field. Knowledgentia Consultants are the best property dispute lawyers in India for any kind of issues relating to registration as well as transfer of immovable property.

Legally, one can take criminal as well as civil action in case of property disputes but by remaining vigilant and conducting due diligence of all documents and premises of property within a reasonable time, one can ensure to prevent legal hassle and minimize risk at a future date.

CHECKPOINTS FOR PROTECTING ONESELF FROM LITIGATION IN PROPERTY MATTERS:-

1.      DUE DILIGENCE /TITLE SEARCH

Before purchasing property, proper verification of the title documents must be conducted.  The investigation of the documents and the verification is generally conducted by the lawyers who are experts in this matter.

2.      CHECKING NAME IN MUTATION

While purchasing an inherited property it must be ensured that the name of the beneficiary is mutated in the revenue record or the relevant government record otherwise legal trouble can arise later on.  In order to avoid any legal disputes, a lawyer can ensure that the property was transferred with required proof of inheritance which can be a will, a succession certificate or any proof of mutual understanding. Verification of the property also needs to be made when the property to be purchased is ancestral or self-acquired.

3.      AGREEMENT/CONTRACT

To avoid any clashes or any other disputes that might arise, a formal agreement or contract must be prepared with the help of a legal expert. This agreement must include a detailed description and division of the responsibility relating to the property. Drafting a legal document can be tricky! But, when you take help from professional Contract Drafting  to avoid any confusion, it will save you both time and money. 

Knowledgentia Consultants has earned a name as one of the most client focused property registration, transfer and dispute settlement expert in India. Providing best property registration services in India, we are your one-stop solution for all kinds of legal, compliance and supplemental matters concerning immovable as well as movable property. In case of any query regarding this matter you may email us at info@knowledgentia.com or visit our website -https://knowledgentia.com/.

 

 

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