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One of the commonest legal disputes in India is of the property. Disputes related to division of property, ownership of property, sale and purchase of property, and so on often get to the court and umpteen numbers of cases are still pending. The disputes generally arise among family members, especially brothers, as observed by the property lawyers of India.
This is not all. Absence of proper property papers and other such documents make the case even more complicated and prolong it.
Many disputes can be settled out of the court, but in many other cases, the disputes get too far and they are then taken to the court. At times, a property matter can turn into a criminal matter when one brother or family member may hurt or even kill the other brother or family member for property.
In India, Transfer of Property Act is the Act that regulates property issues. It forms the legal basis for resolving disputes. Most of the disputes are related to immovable property such as a house or land, though moveable property such as car, etc. are also subject to contention.
Generally, it is good to hire an experienced property lawyer in case of a property dispute. Whether it is about a will, a disputed property, transfer of property ownership, dividing the property, purchasing, renting, or selling the property, or any other matter related to property, it is good to have legal help by your side. This ensures that you take the correct legal discourse and your rights are protected.
Many times, people are denied their rights or become a victim of property fraud simply because they were unaware of their rights and the law and they did not hire a lawyer to help them out.
So, don’t be the victim. If you think you are being denied your property right or you wish to create a will and want it to be legally correct, then it is better to contact a qualified and experienced lawyer who can give you the best advice or solution for your property issue.
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Discussed below are common property issues in India and those that may need you to take legal assistance.
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India being a densely populated country witnesses many families living in close proximity to each other, with their rented flats or houses sharing common walls with each other. So, it is but natural to have neighbour fights or misunderstandings. Not everybody turns out to be a good or friendly neighbour. Generally, it is good to resolve the dispute amongst yourselves, but if things go out of hand or if the neighbour starts harassing or threatening you or does something wrong, you can file a complaint or case against them…read more.
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