Property rights are natural rights, i.e. every individual has an inalienable and moral right over one’s property. The land and property laws in India regulate and control the transfer of property and its registration, mutation, land-use aspects, land holdings by government, method of partition, maintenance of land records, acquisition of land, tenancy rights, to name a few. To solve land and property-related woes, we have a team of learned lawyers in Noida who are not only efficient in dealing matters with complexities but are also well-versed with every nook and cranny of the process of law. Property lawsuits cannot be taken casually, the damages are irreversible. They require extraordinary diligence, competence, and experienced practitioners.
Property VerificationWhy do you need to verify a property?
Lots of times realtors launch big projects without having all the required licenses which cause projects to get stopped and you lose out on your investment. Also, when you're buying a standalone property there can be issues over the legal ownership of the property. We warn you about any such problems too.
Title verification is very important before the buyer intends to purchase a property, the same can be done by referring to relevant documents and deeds; such title verification may protect the buyer from defective or improper title of the property. A title may have ownership but not possession always because a title is different from possession. Title can be transferred in accordance with the procedures of law.
Section 17 of the Uttar Pradesh (UP) Registration Act, 1908, mandates that any property transaction that involves a consideration value exceeding Rs 100, must be registered with the sub-registrar’s office. This means all property transactions in the state must be registered, to attain legal validity under the law. For property registration in UP, buyers have to pay stamp duty UP, as well as registration charges. In this article, we find out how much money buyers have to spend at the time of property registration.
Earlier in 2020, the UP government notified the new stamp duty rates and registration fee for property and other transactions and did away with the provision that capped the maximum charge at Rs 20,000 on transactions. Now, the registration fee is calculated as 1% of the sale consideration. This means that if the sale deed is being registered for a property valued at Rs 50 lakhs, the buyer should set aside Rs 50,000 as the registration charge.
A large number of cases in our judicial system belong to property disputes. There are different kinds of property disputes that includes property possession, the title of the property, problems between co-owners, legal heirs, dispute related to easement rights, property papers, title deed and many more. For all such disputes, you need to provide proper documentary evidence to get disputes solved followed by a long and tedious process. Hence, it is better to avoid such property related disputes to avoid further harassment and risk.
Typical problems a property lawyer can resolve include illegal possession, ancestral property settlement, builder delay in possession, property disputes among family, and real estate disputes under RERA act. Hence consult with AKTiwari & Associates, top rated property lawyer in Noida to file or defend a partition suit, title dispute and for due diligence of your property's documents.
Refund, Possession, Interest though RERA Complaints
The builder buyer disputes have been brought under process of effective mechanism of [RERA] REAL ESTATE REGULATION ACT 2016 to ensure protection of interest of the Home Buyers & Builders against any act of alleged breach of the Builder Buyer Agreements by either party and ensure adequate relief to both the parties in equitable manner.
Complaint can be filed by the home buyer either in individual capacity and or through Registered Association of buyers for addressing their grievances before the RERA Authority or the Adjudicating Officer as the case may be as per the nature of relief claimed.