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A property dispute arises when there is a disagreement or conflict between parties regarding the ownership, possession, or rights related to a piece of property or real estate. Property disputes in India can encompass a wide range of issues, including Ownership disputes, Partition disputes among co-owners, Boundary disputes, Tenancy disputes, Encroachment disputes, Title disputes, Lease disputes, Construction disputes, Easement disputes, Nuisance disputes, Succession disputes, Property disputes in India are governed by various laws and acts, including The Transfer of Property Act, 1882, The Registration Act, 1908, The Specific Relief Act, 1963, The Limitation Act, 1963, The Indian Succession Act, 1925, other State-specific laws and regulations.

In order to evaluate the client's circumstances, outline their rights and alternatives, and offer legal counsel regarding the optimal course of action, we provide first consultations.

In order to create a legal strategy and advise the client on the chances of success as well as potential risks, we examine the facts and legal concerns surrounding the property dispute.In order to create a legal strategy and advise the client on the chances of success as well as potential risks, we examine the facts and legal concerns surrounding the property dispute.

In an effort to save money and time, we try to settle the disagreement through discussion, mediation, or other alternative dispute resolution procedures.

When required, we represent clients in court, handling lawsuit filing, pleading preparation, evidence presentation, cross-examining witnesses, and legal argumentation on behalf of our clients.

We examine pertinent records, such as agreements, leases, title deeds, and survey reports, in order to determine each party's legal rights and responsibilities.

If necessary, we may call upon the advice of specialists like surveyors, valuers, or land use planners to bolster our client's position and offer expert testimony in court.

When a client wants to enforce their rights or is unhappy with a court ruling, we do appeals and post-judgment remedy procedures on their behalf.

We help customers carry out court decisions and judgments, such as executing decrees, regaining property, and collecting expenses or penalties the court has ordered.



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