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Ikigai Law
This article examines the core conditions of the pre and post-take-over phases during the setting up of a co-working space, and the corresponding obligations of the parties.
NITYA Tax Associates
Every Indirect Taxation system contains a credit / set-off mechanism to avoid cascading effect of taxes incurred at previous stage.
DNV & Co
Over the past few years India has emerged as one of the fastest developing country and has witnessed upsurge in the economic activities on the back of significant influx of foreign investments coupled with technological collaborations.
Argus Partners
Construction contracts are entered into between one or more owners and one or more contractors for development and construction in terms of the owner's specifications.
Singh & Associates
This article revolves around the concept of "One Main Residential House", which is exempted from attachment in terms of proviso (ccc) of Section 60(1) of Code of Civil Procedure, 1908
Kochhar & Co.
An analysis of the latest judgement of the Supreme Court, and a plea for amendments to the Architects Act
Ikigai Law
This article details the typical issues addressed by a technical due diligence undertaken on a proposed co-working space to ensure continuous, safe, and incremental operations from the same.
Ikigai Law
This article details the safeguards and mechanisms that co-working space operator can negotiate to nullify or mitigate the adverse affects of the sale of such property to a third party.
Dhaval Vussonji & Associates
The flat purchasers sought direction against the Society as well as the Developer to hand over possession of their respective flats by completing construction or in the alternative, allow them to complete remaining construction.
Kochhar & Co.
Mall leases have ceased to be in the nature of a tenancy agreement.
King, Stubb & Kasiva
The growth of human civilization has witnessed a rise in pandemics as well.
Rajani Associates
Due to the twin effect of demonetisation and the implementation of Goods and Service Tax (GST) in late 2016, and the middle of 2017, respectively, the real estate sector witnessed a tsunami effect.
Rajani Associates
If the property is self-acquired, not ancestral, the question of taking consent from anyone does not arise
Rajani Associates
Father's properties will devolve equally among all class-I heirs under the Hindu Succession Act, 1956
Rajani Associates
The stamp duty of the relevant state where the land is situated is applicable when such land is transferred
Rajani Associates
Following the finance minister's announcement of setting up a Rs.250 billion fund – in the nature of Category-II Alternative Investment Funds
Dhaval Vussonji & Associates
India is on an accelerated path of urbanisation and several Indian cities face the challenge of housing their growing population, especially the urban poor.
S.S. Rana & Co. Advocates
On January 31, 2020, the Hon'ble Delhi High Court has held that under Section 47A of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899, circle rate is not the only factor to determine the value of a property.
M Mulla Associates
The Supreme Court of India in its recent decision in Mohammade Yusuf & Ors V. Rajkumar & Ors. observed that a compromise decree does not require registration if it does not take in property that is not the subject-matter of the suit.
Dhaval Vussonji & Associates
In light of the aforesaid, the ambiguity of whether a particular real estate project is required to be registered or not has now been settled.
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