No, it is not necessary to register a khata transfer in respect of a property acquired by inheritance in the office of the Sub-Registrar. After the death of owner of a property his heirs, such as wife, children i.e. male and female, married or unmarried may get the Khata transferred on production of death certificate of… Read more »
There are two ways of acquisition to the immovable property by a person – By act of parties. Example: Purchase, gift etc. By operation of law. Example: Inheritance, decree of Court etc. Note – For details please see Transfer of Property Act, 1882 (Central Act) Property law is the area of law that governs the various… Read more »
A person may acquire immovable property in any of the following ways – By inheritance of ancestral property. Through will. Acquisition by oneself such as purchase etc. Through gift, trust, settlement deeds. Grant, sanad / Inam by the Government. Through partition deed. Through decree of Court. There are two ways of acquisition – By act… Read more »
A foreign national of non-Indian origin, resident outside India cannot purchase any immovable property in India.
No, It is not possible to become second holder to immovable property purchased by NRI / PIO.
There are no any limit on the number of residential / commercial properties that can be purchased by NRI/PIO.
No, because the general permission, however, covers only purchase of residential and commercial property and is not available for purchase of agricultural land / plantation property / farm house in India.
The following categories can purchase immovable property in India: Non-Resident Indian (NRI) Person of Indian Origin (PIO)
Property law is the area of law that governs the various forms of ownership and tenancy in real property (land as distinct from personal or movable possessions) and in personal property, within the common law legal system.
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