Fair Law Practitioners(FLP) is dynamic and coming on strong in property matters ranging from immovable to movable and from rural to urban property including Transfer of Property in the light of latest researched and settled principles of law and turning pivot to ?people enmeshed into complex Property issues with procedural and practical fairness.
Transfer of property' means an act by which a person conveys property to one or more persons, or himself and one or more other persons. The act of transfer may be done in the present or for the future. The person may include an individual, company or association or body of individuals, and any kind of property may be transferred, including the transfer of immovable property.
Property is broadly classified into the following categories:
Property in true sense is accumulated result of labour. Every one has instinct to enjoy the fruits of his labour now or later. The right to accumulate property is inherent in law of nature.As per Aristotle, Property is extension of one's personality. Article 17 of UNIVERSAL DECLARATION ON HUMAN RIGHTS declares that every one has right to own property alone as well as in association with others and no one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his property.
Today, with materialistic considerations overtaking settled principles and traditions within the families and socieites , Property issues have become real contentious and a lot contributes towards social unrest and anarchy.
If property is possessed so is utilization. If utilization is practiced so commences the claims and countercliams on the same and here starts property disputes.Come what may, FLP is of the view that long it may take place but rights cannot be snatched.A versatile and gifted explanation with due presentation goes a long way in removing murkiness,falsification and misrepresentation. Transfer of Property and associated issues require deft handling; FLP being served and supported by seasoned and versatile professional heads is commited to provide just, reasonable and legally sustainable sequence and consummation. Right to Property has ceased to exist as fundamental right in Constitution but retains its position as constitutional right under Art 300 A.
Transfer of property
Property Injunction Suit,
Collaboration Agreement draft,
Specific Performance,closely linked to property matters.
Will & probate matters,
Registration ProcessReal Estate: The Union Cabinet chaired by the Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, gave its approval to amendments to the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill, 2013 pending in the Rajya Sabha, and approved amendments proposed in the Bill. The recommendations of the Standing Committee of Parliament on Urban Development and suggestions of various stakeholders (consumer organizations, industry associations, academia, experts etc.) have also been included after extensive consultations.
The Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill is a pioneering initiative to protect the interest of consumers, to promote fair play in real estate transactions and to ensure timely execution of projects.
The Bill provides for a uniform regulatory environment, to protect consumer interests, help speedy adjudication of disputes and ensure orderly growth of the real estate sector. The Bill contains provisions of registration of real estate projects and registration of real estate agents with the Real Estate Regulatory Authority; functions and duties of promoters and allottees; establishment of Real Estate Regulatory Authority; establishment of fast track dispute resolution mechanism through adjudication; establishment of a Real Estate Appellate Tribunal; offences and penalties etc.
The Bill ensures mandatory disclosure by promoters to customers through registration of real estate projects as well as real estate agents with the Real Estate Regulatory Authority. The Bill aims at restoring confidence of the general public in the real estate sector; by instituting transparency and accountability in real estate and housing transactions. This in turn will enable the sector to access capital and financial markets essential for its long term growth. The Bill will promote orderly growth through consequent efficient project execution, professionalism and standardization.
First, real estate may be either residential or commercial. It can be owned by one person but used by another through rental arrangements. Land can be bought or sold, and due to its high value, there are many local laws that ensure real estate transactions are properly performed and recorded. Land may also pass between family members through estate planning, or may be owned by more than one person. Finally, state and local governments have rules concerning the purposes for which land may be used.
Fair Legal Practitioners (FLP) blends expertise and experience with unmatched attention to provide our clients with the best legal services in the industry. The firm also has an active real estate and litigation practice. FLP ensures that their client is best advised on every possible aspect of Law. The paralegal and back-up staffs are also efficient and competent with sound law background.