NRI Disputes

In India, families of all socioeconomic backgrounds frequently find themselves in legal difficulties involving property ownership. Understanding your rights and responsibilities within the intricate framework of Indian law that applies to property disputes is a necessary first step. Depending on the specifics of your property’s situation, you may have several rights and remedies. Here are some such cases of NRI Indian property disputes to help you get a better picture:

  • Controversies involving claims made by heirs or co-owners.
  • Easement-related legal disputes.
  • Occupancy or possession of the property by a non-owner, such as a friend, relative, or contractor.
  • A member of the family contesting the validity of the Will in court.
  • Seller fraud due to forged or misleading paperwork.
  • Abuse of a power of attorney issued to a non-resident alien with the intent to commit fraud
  • Partition and family settlement disputes
  • Someone posing as the owner of an NRI property in order to commit financial activities in their name.
  • The above instances can be legally challenged, and the true owner’s legal rights restored, notwithstanding their intricacy.

Keeping in mind the problems faced by our NRI clients and for their tailored needs we have dedicated an entirely separate section to deal and resolve their disputes.

As our foreign clients are sometimes unable to personally visit India, in order to have hassle-free frequent discussions with our clients which are quintessential for preparing their case and availing the right legal remedies, we opt for video consultations with our panel of advocates to get the best legal opinion to resolve their disputes. Making use of innovation and technology for providing legal services to
our NRI clients is our forte and our team of expert lawyers are renowned for dealing with the
cases of foreign clients.




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