Power of Attorney (POA) Risks & Concerns for NRIs

A Power of Attorney is a written document that allows another person to act on another's behalf. It is a legal document that can be used for personal, legal, and business matters.


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Inheritance Laws In India | Property Inheritance Rights In India

The inheritance law in India is a collective law formulated by both the state, and central government of India. Inheritances can be done based on a will or through succession laws. Religions, socie...

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Property Rights Of Son On Mother’s Property

Reflective of the fact that girls too now have shares in the circle of father’s assets now, issues have been seen in the country regarding the mother’s property as well. As per the succession Act,...

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Succession Certificate In India | Legal Heir Certificate For NRIs

Non-inhabitant Indians face part of the issues with regards to getting to their acquired moveable resources in India. Rigid arrangements of banks in regards to delivering the assets of perished peo...

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Rights On Mother’s Property After Death

Rights on mothers property after death is governed by personal and right laws. Once a mother (woman) gets any property via a will or gift deed or also by heritage or it is a self-earn property, she be...

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General Power Of Attorney Format for NRI

An NRI needs to be present in India to perform legal duties sometimes. It can be for properties or any banking business issues. So, the person exploits another way that is a general power of attorn...

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How To File Divorce In India | Step By Step Detailed Guide

We have hereby sought to elucidate on the various modalities pertaining to how to file divorce in India for all such individuals who might find the information to be relevant.


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