Real Estate and Infrastructure

Real estate, property development and infrastructure domain is one of the most complex sectors when it comes to handling of the legal issues. Legal and financial complications in matters related to real estate development are best handled by somebody who has in-depth and extensive experience in every aspect of the real estate business. Impeccable legal expertise is a must when one is buying real estate, selling real estate or is developing real estate. To reinforce the legal position of a client its best of opt for services on an experienced legal firm which has commendable credentials and the required experience and track record under its belt
Real Estate transactions require great attention to details as they are complex in nature. The process involves lots of documentation, following of proper procedure and checking of various factors. A qualified law firm or legal expert can handle contracts, paper-work and documentation such as deeds for the client. It can also provide expert legal advice on every aspect of any real estate transaction or any other matter related to real estate or property development or purchase. Real estate transaction can be quite tricky and errors even minor ones can result in significant monetary loss hence its best advised to opt for the services of an experienced professional.

Co-Operative Society

Cooperative Society are governed and managed by Cooperative Society Byelaws. Each cooperative society has to adhere to these rules laid down by the government to qualify as a registered cooperative society in the state. Cooperative society byelaws differ depending upon the city or district the society is located. The Cooperative Society Byelaws covers everything from day to day running of the society to mechanism for resolution of disputes and everything in-between too. Also whenever the government feels the need to amend these byelaws which govern cooperative societies they do so which then has to be adhered by the co-operative society and by its members.
Legal advice pertaining to any matter related to co-operative society is best handled by an experienced legal expert having expertise in the said field. A legal expert provides not only on-going legal assistance and representation for cooperative housing societies but also assists in the management of the society by handling and settling of disputes, assisting in registration of the society, redevelopment, maintenance, transfer, transfer amongst family member and much more. Other than the above stated points the legal expert can also assist in helping the managing committee members by advising them on the best methods of management and book-keeping so that interest of individuals and that of the cooperative society are protected.


An experienced legal professional can act as an arbitrator to settle a dispute. Many a times the process of arbitration can be the best alternative to resolving legal disputes in the court of law. There are various types of arbitration and arbitration processes which are best handled by a knowledgeable legal expert. When both parties in a dispute whether before or after the legal recourse has been undertaken agree to settle the matter outside that of a court that they can opt for arbitration services of a legal expert. It is a best and growing practise to include the agreement to arbitration clause in an agreement which is being drawn by the two parties.
Arbitration is considered as more user-friendly and streamlined dispute resolution mechanism when compared to the traditional litigation process. There are different types of arbitration it can be binding or non-binding, contractually required or voluntary and much more. Even the process of arbitration can vary; many a times the arbitration process involves similar steps that happen in a traditional litigation such as presentation of evidence, making of arguments, interviewing of witnesses and more. It is of utmost importance for a client to choose the right legal minds to handle arbitrations on their behalf. The right legal mind can guide you effortlessly through the arbitration process and help resolve the dispute in one’s favour.

Corporate Laws

Corporate Laws also sometimes known as company laws are set of rules laid down by the government for governing of businesses and commercial transactions. Corporate Laws govern sales, contracts, employment and even the internal running of businesses. Whether in public or private domain thorough understanding and following of various Corporate Laws is necessary for smooth and apt running of a commercial enterprise. Businesses big and small, whether proprietorship or partnership or limited liability companies every business entity has to adhere to corporate laws. Many a times Corporate Laws may vary depending upon the nature of business and hence thorough understanding of these laws is required.
For a business entity right from the stage of inception, at every stage, every step has to be taken as per the ambit of Corporate Laws. Matters pertaining to various requirements required, documentation, registration, taxation, labour policies, safety, privacy, intellectual property rights, insurance, agreements, buying and selling of businesses and assets and much more all are governed by Corporate Laws. Corporate Laws provide the uniformity, predictability and ease of doing business for enterprises and entrepreneurs alike but it is of immense importance that proper knowledge and understanding of all aspects of Corporate Laws and regulations laid down by the government is understood by the legal representative of a said corporate entity.

Charitable Trusts

Charitable Trusts are government approved registered bodies that work for the betterment of the society and people in general. Charitable Trusts are formed and registered so as to they can work either for one social cause such as for education of the girl child or even for general causes such as poverty elimination and more. The activities and funds of a charitable trust are governed by a board of trustees as per the registered trust deed. Grants, tax breaks and special benefits have been extended to Charitable Trusts by the government. The purpose of formation and work of a charitable trust has to be strictly in the charity domain. Charitable Trusts are barred from undertaking any commercial activity to make profits.

For Charitable Trusts the primary source of funding are mostly donations and personal funds. The funds of the Charitable Trusts are to be strictly spent only on the charitable work and scope of the trust which is listed and registered in the trust deed. There are various laws and regulations that have been laid down by the government for governing and running of a Charitable Trusts. Various registrations has to be in place before any Charitable Trusts can start functioning and accept donations especially from abroad.

Civil and Family Matters

Legal assistance for civil and family matters is provided when civil rights and liberties of an individual are disputed. The representation is provided to the client for civil or family related matters as a plaintiff or as a defendant. Matters other than criminal cases are mostly covered under civil and family matters and are handles by a civil lawyer. A civil lawyer specializes in resolving non-criminal disputes of individuals and even of businesses. These legal cases may be related to family matters and may be represented in family courts. Issues such as domestic disputes, family rows, divorce and custody of children all are represented by civil and family matter legal experts. The scope and work of a legal representative in the civil and family domain is varied, complicated and large. The work involves representing the client in court or in-front of other government agencies, explaining and advising the clients about the existing laws, preparing all necessary documentation, preparing a case and filing the same in the court of law, negotiating settlements on behalf of the client, advising client about his or her legal rights, acting as an agent or executor for the client, overseeing legal assistance, using expertise and knowledge to gather evidence and develop strategies and much more