The fundamental aspect governing any real-estate practice is evaluation of risk and return, which can be at country, market or deal level. This analysis is critical for those seeking to invest in real-estate either through foreign investment or otherwise and associated risks can be minimized by innovative structuring and forward thinking.
Our real-estate practice covers varied aspects of real-estate investment commencing from conducting title due diligence of the target property (which may be an exhaustive or limited due diligence commensurate with the ultimate objective), assessment of applicable zoning regulations prescribing land use, as well as advising, structuring and drafting documents for joint development, collaboration and construction agreements. We regularly engage with clients in lease and sale/purchase of immovable property of all categories, be it commercial, industrial, residential, and agricultural, which typically involves drafting and/or registration of conveyance deeds and other title relative documents such as allotment letters, flat buyer’s agreements, agreement for sale, joint development or collaboration agreements, lease deeds, leave and licence agreements, term sheets, memorandum of agreement(s), letter of intent, power of attorneys. Our team is competent to handle and counsel on applicable governmental and other compliances in respect of the target property. We also assist in negotiations with state industrial development agencies in greenfield or brownfield industrial projects. The advice involves hand-holding clients through the entire process until execution and registration of documents, including quantification of stamp duty, registration costs and implications. With the introduction of Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 and respective state rules, our lawyers have been regularly advising developers and land owners, and conducting information sessions for stakeholders.
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