As a consequence of the economic growth in India, the real estate assets have gained significant value and thus, the clients are constantly in need of sophisticated legal advice in the real estate space in order to safeguard the value invested in their assets.
The advent of the newer and fast changing legislative and regulatory measures vis‑à‑vis the real estate sector in India, has made it imperative for every business to have a thorough and a dynamic legal advisor.
Due to the modern-age business models, real estate in India has undergone a paradigm change from being a value storing asset class to a revenue generating asset thereby attracting foreign investments. This has resulted in the need for newer and robust legal structures to protect and further the interests of the domestic as well as foreign clients depending on their varied requirements.
Real Estate Law at L&S
Our real estate practice comprises of thorough and detail-oriented professionals who have advised a wide array of clients on various real estate related legal aspects and acquired a profound knowledge of the laws encompassing the real estate sector along with the relevant domain experience.
With presence in multiple cities in India and a pan-India network of local counsels, the team at L&S is equipped to advise clients on all real estate related aspects including the local practices and requirements.
Our team has assisted leading developers, government authorities, investors and financial institutions in relation to various aspects and transactions involving real estate. As part of L&S’s real estate practice, we offer the following services:
Structuring of investments in real estate
Documentation in relation to the real estate transactions including leasing, conveyance, development agreements, collaboration agreements, etc.
Documentation for creation of interest including mortgages, agreements to sell, etc.
Documentation in relation to the property management and maintenance services
Due diligence of properties
Advice on regulatory compliances
Advice on construction related laws
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