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    मृत्युपत्र : एक अत्यावश्यक निर्णय

मृत्युपत्र : एक अत्यावश्यक निर्णय

By |September 24th, 2019|

प्रत्येक व्यक्तीची इच्छा असते की सुंदर आयुष्य जगल्यानंतर मृत्यूपश्चात देखील आयुष्यभर  कमावलेली भौतिक, भावनिक आणि अध्यात्मिक कीर्ती कायम राहावी. मानसिक समाधान अथवा ज्याला पुण्यकर्म परोपकार म्हणतात तो नि:संदिग्धपणे व्यक्तीनिष्ठ ठरतो. राहता राहिला प्रश्न व्यक्तीने कमावलेल्या भौतिक इस्टेटीचा तर मात्र मरणानंतर ही इस्टेटीचा वाद हा १०० पिढ्यांपर्यंत चालू राहू शकतो ही वस्तुस्थिती आहे. त्यामुळे प्रत्येक व्यक्तीने स्वतःच्या स्वअर्जित संपत्ती बाबतचा भीषण वाद टाळण्यासाठी ती हयात असतानाच योग्य प्रकारे इच्छा’पत्राच्या आधारे विल्हेवाट लावणे हे सर्व दृष्टीने न्याय ठरते.
व्यक्तीने इच्छापत्र अथवा मृत्युपत्र ज्याला सर्वसाधारणपणे “Will” म्हणून ओळखले जाते ते जर स्वतःच्या हयाती मध्ये बनवून ठेवले नाहे तर मृत्यूपश्चात व्यक्तीची संपत्ती ही तिच्या वाली वारसांमध्ये “हिंदू वारसाहक्क कायदा १९५६” च्या तरतुदीनुसार वाटप केली जाते. मात्र जर व्यक्तीने तिच्या हयातीमध्ये इच्छापत्र करून ठेवले असल्यास मृत्यपश्चात संपतीचे वाटप हे “Indian Succession Act 1925” म्हणजेच “भारतीय वारसअनुक्रम कायदा १९२५” च्या अखत्यारीत येते. इच्छापत्राच्या आधारे व्यक्ती तिच्या इच्छेनुसार तिच्या संपत्तीचे वाटप करू शकते. 
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    What is 7/12 extract and why it is most important document while buying land/Property

What is 7/12 extract and why it is most important document while buying land/Property

By |July 29th, 2018|

7/12 extract is simply coalition of form no. 7 and form no. 12 out of these 21 forms depicting the title. In simple words form no. 7 describes the record of rights of a person over the land and form no. 12 is descriptive of agricultural information of crops taken in the land. Collective it is called as 7/12 extract.
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    Daughter’s right in ancestral property under Hindu Succession Act- current status

Daughter’s right in ancestral property under Hindu Succession Act- current status

By |February 4th, 2018|

This is an extensive article about daughter’s right in hindu ancestral property in the light of recent supreme court ruling.
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    What is RERA : An introduction to Real Estate Regulation Act

What is RERA : An introduction to Real Estate Regulation Act

By |November 29th, 2017|

Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act 2016 was enacted by Government of India on  26th  March 2016. The act with its conclusive provisions came into effect, from May 1, 2017. First up all before going into the details let me tell you to who are excluded from RERA.

The area of land which is going to be developed  is below 500 sq. mtrs.
The number of flat/apartments are 8 or lesser than 8
Any scheme which obtained completion certificate before the said act came into force.
Any project which is carrying renovation or repair or re-development which does not involve marketing, advertising selling or new allotment of any apartment, plot or building

These are exception cases and if your project is fit into one of these four categories you are not covered under the provisions of this act and are excluded from RERA. Now let’s see what [...]

Important documents for buying property

By |November 10th, 2017|

In today’s world there are thousands of choice of investments are available and at the other hand thousands of other types of investing will be flourished in near future. But in spite of that right from the ages in India as well as in the world “Gold” and “Land” crowned as the topmost investment options. From years land has seen as the symbol of prestige and Power in the society.  Whatever the wars have been fought in the history right from the beginning till recent years the common thread among them was the aspiration to own the “Land”.  Today “Land” is an essential option of investment by default reasons of proliferation of population ( illegal lobbing of builders who is raising its costs to the heights of sky is independent subject to discuss. Let’s not dig into that for now)
In India many middle class and low income group [...]