All blogs in property law
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Power of Attorney ,   transfer of property ,   property in India ,   Estate planning

Nevin Clinton,Flywork.io Team,Flywork.io.

A Power of Attorney (hereinafter referred to as POA) is an important document that allows a person to appoint an attorney or an agent to act on his behalf. The agent can then make decisions on behalf of the principal on matters like finances, medical...

By Flywork.io Team June 26, 2021
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rta services ,   registrar and transfer agent ,   rta services india ,   rta agent ,   sebi ,   Mutual Fund Houses ,   Distributers ,   Investors

Maintenance of records of investor’s transaction holds utter value for any mutual fund house because that should be as accurate and as updated as investors expect it to be. If the contrast of this happens, that puts a big question mark before the work and reputation of mutual fund houses.

So, for...

By Sag Rta February 15, 2021
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sale deed ,   commission ,   registration of property ,   immovable property ,   searching ,   due diligence ,   promoter ,   buyer ,   conveyance deed ,   carpet area ,   Transfer of Property Act 1882; The Indian Contract Act 1872; The Registration Act 1908; Hindu Succession Act 1956; Indian Succession Act 1925 ,   The registrar of assurances ,   local registry office ,   agreement of sale ,   super built area ,   valuation query of a property ,   stamp duty ,   stamp paper ,   mutation

The registration of property that is land, flat, shop, garage or other things are mandated by the three laws such as Transfer of Property Act 1882; The Indian Contract Act 1872; The Registration Act 1908; Hindu Succession Act 1956; Indian Succession Act 1925 and such other municipal laws, local...

By Surja Baladhikari July 27, 2016
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sale of property ,   encumbrance certificate ,   municipal permits ,   sale deed ,   how to sell a flat ,   encumberance certificat

Every owner of a property has three basic rights in his property which are, firstly, the right of ownership which means that he has the title to the property, secondly, that he has the exclusive right to possess and enjoy the property in any lawful manner he wishes and thirdly, he has the...

By Aditya Marwah February 18, 2015