Every Indian family invest in assets for generations together to build and secure the well-being and future of their upcoming generations. With the changing environment and running of time, many Indians have moved abroad leaving behind or forgetting or un-claiming their investments and assets in India. In the wake of the present laws, rules and procedures, the Indian Expats find it difficult to identify, recover, and claim their own and ancestral investments and assets. Legal Assist team of experts and professionals is dedicated to provide legal services relating to issues pertaining to immovable and moveable assets to the Indian diaspora based overseas. The mission of Legal Assist in providing services to Indian diaspora overseas/Indian Expats/ NRI’s is true fold:
- Bringing justice and converting their all lost hopes in ever getting their legal rights restored in their country of origin into faith and success.
- To provide services in the most professional, honest and ethical manner, with full accountability, reliability, premium quality of services and delivery of fabulous client experience and satisfaction, while living in far off lands outside India
- To reinstate faith in people residing overseas/NRI’s about their native country and citizens
- To guide and provide step to step assistance and solution to the Indian Expats/NRI’s keeping in view the governing laws.
The Legal Assist provides a catalogue of services to Indian diaspora overseas/ Indian Expats/ NRI’s, which is handled and managed by a team of vast experienced lawyers, CA, CS and other professionals:
NRI’s or Indian Expats do not have complete control or knowledge about their properties in India, which is further exacerbated by the fact that most of these records do not have any easy and convenient online retrieval system, but are mired in arcane and manual record keeping systems. Our dedicated professionals provide an exhaustive and in-depth search, identification, retrieval, analysis and review of of public records to determine and confirm a property’s latest legal ownership and exact status.
Stringent policies governing the inheritance to movable properties in India is creating a lot of hardships and problems upon Indian Expats/ NRIs in accessing their inherited moveable assets in India. Succession Certificate is a document which is issued by the court establishing the legitimacy of the heirs and for claiming movable assets by the successors of the deceased person.
Legal Heir Certificate
Stringent policies governing the inheritance to movable and immovable properties in India is creating a lot of hardships and problems upon Indian Expats/ NRIs in accessing their inherited assets in India. Legal Heir Certificate is a document which is issued by the Sub-Divisional Magistrate (SDM) recognizing the lawful living successors of a deceased person, evidencing and helping in claiming assets by the successors of the deceased person.
Real Estate Services, Conveyancing and Registration
Cross- border difficulties create an hindrance for the Indian Expats/ NRI’s to easily invest and manage their properties in India. The Legal Assist team provide gamut of services to such people in real estate industry ranging from sale-purchase to registration of documents, updating the ownership details in relevant government records, etc. and further managing their properties in India.
ADR/ Litigation/ Arbitration
Cross- border difficulties create an hindrance for the Indian Expats/ NRI’s to manage and control their properties in India and as such, gives the room for frauds and major disputes. Legal Assist Team offer a wide range of legal services pan India to NRI’s/ foreign citizens/ Indian Expats, foreign firms and companies, pertaining to civil and criminal disputes of any industry.
There may be a situation when the name/details of the recorded owner of a property in the concerned records does not match with the KYC Documents of the Indian Expat/ NRI’s, which might create an impediment for such person in accessing and claiming such property. In such a situation, Gazette of India Notifications are required, which are published by Department of Publication and are printed by the Government of India Printing Presses.