AM Partners - Best Property Lawyers in Chandigarh, India

Land Disputes Law

Since land is one of the most valuable assets, there are a wide variety of issues involving it like land/property disputes in India. Be it issues over succession rights, partitions, land measurements, encroachment, boundary lines, and land ownership development, nationals living in their home countries or abroad can individually find themselves in such challenging circumstances.

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Land conflicts are involved in about 25% of all cases determined by the Supreme Court. Additionally, such disputes can seriously damage economies and communities.

Why Choose AM Partners - The Best Property/Real Estate Lawyers in India

Resolving land disputes requires a thorough study of their causes, ramifications, and potential solutions. As a well-known Real Estate/Property Lawyers in India, Anill Mehta and Partners focuses mostly on conflicts involving residential, commercial, industrial, and agricultural lands. We advise our clients to complete all necessary legal paperwork for the purchase, lease, sale, and mortgage of their property. We frequently provide advice and legal representations to a large number of Indian citizens and those residing in the United States of America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Dubai, the United Kingdom, and other countries. Our team includes some of the greatest land dispute lawyers who have hands-on experience in land disputes in India, and we take into account measures such as land use planning, zoning, and incorporating environmental issues.

  • Traditional Land Rights versus State Ownership
  • Land Encroachment and Illegal Settlements
  • Land-use Conflicts
  • Land Speculation and Fraud
  • Boundary Disputes
  • Inheritance and Succession Issues
  • Land Grabbing
  • Development and Urbanization
  • Legal Battles and Financial Costs
  • Disruption of Livelihoods
  • Social Tensions and Conflicts
  • Forced Displacement and Homelessness
  • Development Setbacks
  • Environmental Degradation
  • Weakened Governance and Corruption
  • Loss of Cultural Heritage
  • Emotional and Psychological Impact
  • Lack of Economic Growth
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