Jushandy offers a 360 degree support in the registration process. Our expert support and legal teams ensure that the paperwork is perfect and all the needed requirements are met. While special situations demand customized advice, such as preparation of PoAs, inheritance cases, gifting and ancestral family transfers, as a method we have adopted a predictable framework which anyone can go through and understand easily.
Here is a quick understanding : A non-resident Indian (NRI) is permitted to purchase and sell property in India. However, a NRI needs to comply with the requirements imposed by the Reserve Bank of India (RBI). NRIs can invest through their representatives in India with a power of attorney to act on their behalf. A copy of the power of attorney should be notarized with the Indian consulate in the respective country. This will give it authenticity.