Property Disputes


We specialize in resolving various types of disputes under the Hindu Succession Act, particularly those related to partition, HUF, Will etc. Our expertise extends to addressing challenges concerning property possession based on wills and adverse possession. We’re also well-versed in eviction cases pertaining to both landlords and tenants, particularly those governed by rent laws. Additionally, we’ve adeptly represented a client in a specific performance suit related to a property.

One of our notable achievements involves successfully managing a dispute involving a Lutyens property valued at approximately Rs. 1000 crores. We comprehend the unique needs of each case and tailor our approach to ensure desired outcomes.

Our team is proficient in handling property disputes across all levels of the legal system. For instance, we’re currently engaged in a dispute before the Punjab Court, contesting the registration of a transfer deed for agricultural land valued at Rs. 40 crores in Punjab. Furthermore, we’re representing a client seeking redressal and repossession of property before the Sikkim High Court.

In the realm of consumer rights, we’ve achieved a remarkable feat by securing a 100 percent refund, along with interest, for our clients through the National Consumer Redressal Forum. This success was attributed to our resolute efforts in addressing deficiencies in service by a builder.

Our commitment to delivering favourable outcomes and our track record of success make us a trusted partner in navigating complex property-related disputes.

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