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Take into account the land and property prices in Chandigarh and imagine putting that amount on a stake. Does it give you shivers? if it does, you might consider hiring the veteran property lawyers in Chandigarh for your matter. The land property disputes are highly prevalent in India. The heirs of inherited property by predecessors are entitled to get an equal share of the property. The land property disputes can either be related to ownership or tenancy. So if you are one among the many who are into such disputes, finding the top land property lawyer in Chandigarh will be the right step here.
One top law firm of Chandigarh i.e., B&B Associates is an alliance of consummate, seasoned, and skillful lawyers. Quintessential legal services and highly experienced lawyers with the experience of more than 35 years in Chandigarh High Court and Supreme court, makes it the most preferred place by the needy ones of legal help. Our experienced land property lawyers in Chandigarh are having a profound set of knowledge in such matters. Therefore you are in safe hands to discuss and resolve your property dispute matter with.
No one wants to get involved in the court matters due to a number of reasons. But most probably in India, a major percentage of families encounter one or the other kind of property dispute. So you need a competent and skilled lawyer to reconcile your matter efficiently. For that purpose, B&B Associates is the top law firm you can get help from. In order to hire the experienced land property lawyers in Chandigarh, enter your details below.
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In the words of James Wilson, U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Property is the right or lawful power which a person has to a thing. The origin of property, like many other origins of the institutions of mankind, lies deeply buried in archaeological history, to be rendered into an authentic and indisputable conclusion by reasoning.
In sociology and anthropology, a relationship between two or more individuals and an object, in which at least one of these individuals holds a bundle of rights over the object is called property. One can expect the property lawyers in Chandigarh to have an intellect that beholds a thorough understanding of property as a subject, from a philosophical or legal perspective.
Even the saintliest of the saints, and the most enlightened gurus, who have forsaken all worldly belongings, have still held stretches of land in their name or in the name of their foundation and trust. The property, in such a way, is a non-detachable entity from the aspect of human existence. Property empowers to the point that one feels security and satisfaction on a realization of its ownership.
For such essential existential nature of the property when a man’s rights towards his property stand violated or jeopardized, he seeks nothing but the best lawyers for land and property cases. The best property lawyers in Chandigarh are the ones who dig out the history of facts and laws to establish the truthful title, or possession, or other dynamics of a property. Property Law identifies the rights and duties of an owner towards a property. The property can be classified into:
The major area of litigation in property law is succession. In intestate succession, the property among legal heirs will be distributed according to personal laws and civil courts have jurisdiction to conduct the trial. Indian Succession Act will be applicable on testamentary succession. The cases involving modes of transfer can be adjudicated as per the provisions of the Transfer of Property Act by the civil courts.
The matter related to the tenancy is adjudicated as per the Rent Control Act by Rent controller. WAKF is a permanent dedication of movable or immovable properties for religious, pious or charitable purposes as recognized by Muslim Law, given by philanthropists and matters will be adjudicated by WAKF Tribunal. The acquisition of land proceeds under Land acquisition rehabilitation & resettlement Act and dispute will be addressed by Deputy Collector. The contracts and agreements are governed by the Indian Contract Act and civil courts are authorized to hear the matters pertaining to contracts.
The outcome of the property dispute is a direct result of the efforts put in the trial court, which is to say that a lot depends on the hands of a property lawyer.
**We deject un-ethical and immoral practices, and reserve our rights of extending legal services only to a select clientele which exhibits civility, faith in law, sound moral footing, and good conscience. Our legal counsels defend the ones who have falsely been implicated, and prosecute for those who have actually been victimized – in either case, our counsels reserve their right of exercising discretion in accepting or rejecting a brief/ lawsuit
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