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Procedure for a power of attorney
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2007-12-29 City : Chennai

My mother is Resident Indian and is with me in the USA currently. She would like to give Power of Attorney to my father for a land that she owns. How should we proceed? What are the forms required? Where can we get them?


Our panelist, Mr.R.L.Narayanan replies:

The process of executing a Power of Attorney is quite simple. Your mother can have a Deed of Power of Attorney made, which includes powers granted in favour of your father to sell the property, receive the sale consideration, execute and register Sale Deeds, etc. The powers conferred can also include other aspects relating to sale as may arise in usual course. It is advisable to have this registered as it has better acceptability in the market. The Agent need not attend the registration....

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Credai to launch property fair
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2007-12-22 City : Chennai

Confederation of Real Estate Developer’s Associations of India (CREDAI) Tamil Nadu, will conduct FAIRPRO, a property fair, at the Chennai Trade Centre from January 18 to 20, 2008. As many as 48 top-notch builders will display around 200 properties that are coming up in OMR, GST Road, Sri Perumbudur along with 4-5 properties in Chennai city.

Akshaya Homes Managing Director and CREDAI TN Chapter Secretary, T.Chitty Babu said “there is no concept of readily available flats in real estate. People have to wait for at least 12- 18 months. In a way, they are also happy as they have choice to plan. People living in 1 BHK are moving to 2 BHK flats.”

Harshad Doshi, Chairman, Doshi Housing said “middle class people can still buy properties in the range of Rs 25-40 lakh. However they have to travel some extra kilo- metre. The concept of 1 BHK is likely to make a come back soon as everyone can’t afford to spend upwards of Rs 50 lakh to buy a flat in the city....

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Questions about capital gain tax exemption
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2007-12-08 City : Chennai

Capital gains tax in respect of a residential property is the tax levied on any profit or gain arisingfrom the transfer of the immovable property. This will be applicable only in cases when the period of holding is more than three years.

As per provisions ofthe section 54 of the IT Act, the longterm capitalgain arises to an assessee , an individual or Hindu undived family , from the sale of a residential house .

If the entire gain is invested within a stipulated time in aresidentialhouse , the tax exempted ...

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An faq on family arrangement
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2007-12-29 City : Chennai

There are some complex factors about family property which need to be clarified

There is an impression that the more complex a document, the greater value. This is not at all correct. Certain documents reducing an oral family arrangement to record are typical documents which cover large value properties. The documents may be so simple that the simplicity itself may throw doubt on the documentation. Further, this is a matter which frequently comes up with discussions. The relevant queries are collated in question answer format to enable an easy understanding.

1. What is a family arrangement?...

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Impact of rent control on tenant quality
Source : The Hindu Property Plus Published On : 2007-12-22 City : Chennai

Having seen some reforms in the age-old urban land ceiling regime, there is now an expectation that rent control laws too should soon change for the better.

First, what is rent control? It refers to laws or ordinances that set price controls on the renting of residential housing, as Wikipedia defines. “Its functions as a price ceiling. In the US during world War I, rents were ‘controlled’ through the efforts of local rent anti-profiteering committees and public pressure.”

But there are arguments both for and against rent control. On the one side, it is contended that the government, by forbidding increases in rents, “protects tenants from extortion and exploitation without doing any real harm to landlords and without discouraging new construction,” as ‘Economics in One Lesson’ by Henry Hazlitt explains, on http://jim.com. The rival argument is that new housing is not built because there is no incentive to build it . “With the increase in building costs (Commonly as a result of inflation), the old level of rents will not yield a profit.”...

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