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Daughters Right To Property

Daughters Right to Property

Daughter's Right To Property Post 2005 Amendment To The Hindu Succession Act, 1956

India has been a land of discrimination for the females as against their male counterparts since history. Be i…

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Should I get Legal Heir Certificate or Succession Certificate?

 

Difference between Legal Heir Certificate and Succession Certificate

First let us understand the difference:

1 Succession Certificate(SC)- is granted by competent court of jurisdiction enabling transfer of moveable assets from deceased to his/her legal hei…

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TRANSFER OF PROPERTY THROUGH GIFT DEED

Every work done must be within the framework of law and hence must be legal and not illegal which can cause troubles in future. Thus, one must have knowledge about the legality and provisions of gift …

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Title Search Report, Legal Search, Property Verification & Due Diligence

Before buying any property in Chandigarh Panchkula Mohali Kharar Zirakpur Derabassi Mullanpur Garibdas,  the most important step is that of a verifying Title Search of the Property. 

Title Search of a Property

The ques…

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Checklist for Buying Property in Chandigarh Panchkula Mohali Zirakpur Derabassi Kharar Baddi

Buy sell rent property online in Chandigarh Panchkula Mohali Zirakpur Drerabassi Kharar Baddi

Property buying in India is fraught with many legal risks as there are so many complications and factors to consider before taking the final plunge into real estate world. It is only after the pur…

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Pay Property Tax in Zirakpur

Property Tax in Zirakpur

Government needs money for its organs to function and that’s why we have Taxes. One such tax is Property Tax that you have to pay either to state government or Municipal Corporation depending on t…

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Property Transfer in Chandigarh Panchkula Mohali Zirakpur

Property Transfer in Chandigarh

In India, property can be transferred either by WILL (testate) or succession (intestate) where no will is made. In case of succession, personal laws of Individual apply whereas for a WILL, it has …

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