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Answered on November 09, 2017
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  • Your aunt can execute a power of attorney before the Indian Embasy in the country where she resides and thereafter forward such power of attorney to your mother and who in turn can then have such POA adjudicated and pay stamp duty thereon and further have the same notarise before a notary public.


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  • The process for buying of properties by an NRI is same as that for resident Indians. The procedure for foreign nationals is differnet and requires permission of the RBI.

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  • As per Regulation the Fungible for Rehab isFree to the extent of 35% of their existing area and canot be used for Sale. However Legally areas can be sold and a way be deviced to do so

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  • Yes, you will have to execute a fresh agreement for the share held by your brother as any transaction for immoveable property having value above Rs.100/- is required to be registered.

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  • You can get the flat transferred to your name by asking your brother to sign a release deed in your favour. In Maharashtra, a Release Deed executed without consideration, is required to be stamped for Rs.200/- only. The Release Deed will however have to be registered.

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  • You can exchange the ownership to the Flats by executing an Exchange Deed and all parties holding the two properties would have to be agreeable to such exchange. If the properties are of equal value, then no other consideration would have to be paid in connection for such exchange, however if one property is valuable than the other, then the exchange deed should record that additional considera...
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  • Under the provisions of the Maharashtra Rent Control Act, 1999, a sepcial authority has been constituted to deal with the cases relating to disputes between a licensor and licensee in respect of residential properties with a mandate to decide such cases within a period of 6 months.


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  • It is always preferable to have unanimous decision on redevelopment otherwise atleast 70% member should give consent for the redevelopment. It is necessary for the society to follow directive laid out by the State Goverment under section 79(A) of Maharashtra Co-operative Societies Act, 1960. After following a due process of redevelopment as per the directive one can take a legal route to resolv...
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