Property lawyers in Chandigarh handle real estate disputes, property disputes, rent matters, tenant landlord disputes in Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana. Property lawyers contest complex property disputes in Punjab and Haryana High Court and Supreme Court of India. They also assist clients in negotiating and legally drafting commercial and residential leases as well as structure limited partnerships and creating joint ventures. They have assist existing commercial, industrial and residential real estate builders to form conglomerates to achieve their legal ends.
Major litigation areas in India are:
- Land Acquisition Cases.
- Rent Disputes.
- Disputes regarding sale of property.
- Partition of Property, disputes arising out of ancestral and self earned property.
Key areas of expertise of Property lawyers dealing with real estate and property disputes in Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana include:
- Acquisitions and divestment in India of industrial and commercial buildings, hotels and resorts apart from individual residences and agricultural properties including jamabandi and khasra girdawari disputes.
- Commercial and retail leasing in Chandigarh/ India.
- Builder and purchaser cost-sharing agreements.
- Construction and development financing.
- Project management and construction agreements with builders in India.
Land Use and Development – Development of Commercial and Residential property
- Leaseback Contracts
- Land (including agricultural) Leases
- Builders Cost Sharing Agreements
- Land acquisition cases
A reputed law firm in property law practice area advises and represents landowners whose land has been acquired by the government or its departments by filing land acquisition cases in High Court and Supreme Court, including:
- Filing of objections against the land acquisition notifications.
- Reference against the Award.
- Writs against notifications and awards in Indian High Courts and Supreme Court of India
- Right to Fair Compensation and Transparency in Land Acquisition, Rehabilitation and Resettlement Act, 2013 (also Land Acquisition Act, 2013) cases under section 24
Property lawyers in Chandigarh are experienced in property disputes which may relate to Non-Resident Indian (NRI) clients settled in USA, Canada or Australia or domestic clients with property in Chandigarh, Punjab and Haryana. Top-notch property lawyers in Chandigarh provide legal advice and handle cases like:-
- Advice on rent agreement disputes
- Applications for relief under long lease agreements with builders
- Boundary disputes (generally in relation to agricultural land including jamabandi and khasra girdawari disputes)
- Claims of unlawful repairs
- Rental Security Deposit disputes
- Disputes over financial interest/s in property (commercial or family law bases), Mortgage disputes, Property and Banking disputes
- Leasehold enfranchisement for both landlords and long leaseholders
- Misrepresentation and fraud in property cases
- Planning permission disputes – Change of Land Use Agreements (CLU)
- Possession/rent recovery including those of NRI clients
- Recovery of land or premises from unlawful occupiers
- Rent and service recovery charges under long leases
- Site plan clearance services
- Tenancy cancellation negotiations
Property lawyers in Chandigarh have successfully represented clients for property disputes cases in –
- Consumer forums – against and for builders
- District Courts in Chandigarh, Mohali and Panchkula
- Punjab and Haryana High Court at Chandigarh
- Supreme Court of India
Property lawyers in Chandigarh have both the experience and the expertise to help resolve court cases in Punjab and Haryana High Court at Chandigarh and Supreme Court of India efficiently and effectively with minimum fuss and stress involved. They are experts in property matters listen carefully to gain a comprehensive understanding of the circumstances of a case. After that, clients are provided with practical legal advice apart from a comprehensive legal representation, based on client need. Top property lawyers lead clients through the complex field of property law and help them find a positive solution to their property dispute in India/ Chandigarh, ensuring that any further adverse impact to both personal and professional life is averted, in present and in future.