Property Disputes in India: Illegal Possession
Illegal or adverse possession of property is a very real and prevalent problem in India. Individuals who own property in India, reside abroad and do not have any local support struggle to maintain rights to their own properties. In such cases, we are able to assist you in claiming property that rightfully belongs to you.
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The following are some examples of illegal possession of Indian property:
Residential house given to relative such as brother/sister/cousin/uncle/aunt/etc for temporary occupation without any agreement, however after a few years the relative does not vacate property.
Agricultural land leased to farmer for a finite period of time, however farmer does not vacate upon expiration of lease.
Urban Property given to builder in joint venture and the builder refuses to handover possession of newly built property.
Relative residing in property who is also a part owner, however denies entry and denies lawful share in the property.
Divorced spouse denies rightful share in property.