Get Free Legal Advice on Indian property issues

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November 30, 2014, Dubai, UAE……Have a property in India and facing legal issues with it, planning to buy a property but not sure how to go about it, there are many such questions that crop your mind, when it is related to property. At the upcoming Indian Property Show scheduled to be held from Dec 11-13, 2014 at Hall No 4, Dubai World Trade Centre, you can get all your legal queries sorted and that too absolutely free. The organizers of the property show are bringing in top rated lawyers from across India to help provide fast answers pertaining to all property related issues. They will help you understand the law pertaining to any real estate topic including buying or selling a home, foreclosure, property taxes, property deeds, real estate warranties, insurance, and easement disputes. In addition, they can also provide guidance on appraising the property, negotiating the rate, documentation, registration works etc.

The exhibitors at the show include best of the Indian real estate developers, construction companies, Banks and real estate agents. This year’s show will witness 4 distinct regional pavilions alongside a special CREDAI Maharashtra section. Lawyers from Delhi NCR, Ahmedabad, Mumbai and Bengaluru would be present at the respective regional pavilion. The lists of distinguished lawyers include Advocate Ajit Jakhadi, Mumbai High Court; Advocate Varun Singh, Supreme Court of India; Advocate Abhinandan Rayappa from Bengaluru and Senior Advocate A.R.Gupta from Ahmedabad.

Visitors at the Indian Property Show are entitled to get free advice on any of their property related matter whether it’s for new property purchase; concerns related to existing property, tenancy laws etc. Besides guidance on real estate matters, there will also be informative and educative “Legal Seminars” by Advocate Ajit Jakhadi, Advocate Varun Singh and Senior Advocate A.R.Gupta who will educate buyers on owners right, legal processes involved in buying property, risk mitigation among others.

“Many NRIs face the problem of not knowing their legal rights when it comes to investing in real estate in the country. Another common problem faced by a number of NRIs is the issue of land grabbing or gatecrashers or people taking illegal possession of their properties.Many such concerns will be answered at the Indian Property Show by distinguished lawyers from key Indian cities. Our aim is to make the process of property purchase as seamless as possible”, said Sunil Jaiswal, President – Sumansa Exhibitions, organizers of Indian Property Show.