UKCA represents developers, contractors, builders, consultants, flat purchasers etc. The firm advises its clients and prepares legal documentation for the purchase, leasing, sale, mortgage of real estate properties including commercial, industrial, agricultural and residential property.

The firm advises real estate giants and other clients on the Real Estate (Regulation and Regulation) Act, 2016, applicable local laws, such as stamp duties and requirements for registration. As an integral part of this area of practice, we also advise on licensing and regulatory approvals required from government and statutory agencies.

The firm also represents clients in litigation filed against government bodies such as DDA, MCD, L&DO before various legal forums, in wide range of matters relating to land misuse disputes, land acquisition proceedings, sale of property, leasing matters, house tax issues, and municipal rules and byelaws. The firm also assists the clients to identify, negotiate and finalize deals for hire or purchase of immovable properties and obtain necessary approvals. The firm is renowned for negotiating successfully for its clients. It is well versed with the legal issues and commercial objectives underlying large transactions and is credited with two of the world’s largest real estate companies as its clients.

 

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