PROPERTY DISPUTES REPORT

PROPERTY DISPUTES REPORT

Decisions of property are tricky, they need a lot of deliberation and the owner has the pressure to make the right choice. However, one wrong step can lead to unpleasant scenarios involving disputes and arguments over the property. In such a situation, it gets difficult for the parties involved to keep their cool and it disrupts the harmony. This is where Vedic Astrology enters the scene, there is nothing that astrology can’t solve, there are various remedies that can help resolve such property disputes without hampering the peace of mind. Hence, it is advised to get a property solutions report.


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How do you deal with a neighbor’s dispute?

Disputes with neighbors are very common ranging from a noise complaint to issues with the boundary line. There are a number of ways to deal with such disputes; first and foremost you should try to talk to the neighbor informally without involving any authorities. Mostly having a rational discussion with the neighbor can solve the issue like a complaint about noise, but if that doesn’t work, there is the option of hiring a mediator who can listen to both sides of the story and come up with a solution or if the parties are keen on involving authorities, the mediator can advise on the legal procedure. The last way is to lodge a formal complaint and follow through the procedure to resolve the conflict. If it’s a major concern, you might have to go for a court case but that is the last resort.

How do families resolve property disputes?

The best way to resolve family property dispute issues is to enter a family settlement or deed which is constructed for the benefit for all the parties and won’t involve a court case. A family settlement is basically an adjustment made by the members of the family to solve the dispute without involving the court. It is better than a court case because it is less expensive, avoids unnecessary court battles, and is a quick way to reach a solution. It is done by a third party like a lawyer who helps the family members arrive at a peaceful solution. However, if a family settlement does not work, then there is always the option of filing a court case and then fight for the rights in the court, but this option is expensive, time-consuming and things may get ugly and the harmony of the family may get disrupted.

How do you file a case against the property?

Following steps should be followed to file a case for a partition of the property: • Filing the suit – this basically means formally lodging a complaint with the court. • Power of Attorney – in simple words it means appointing a lawyer and giving him/her the right to fight the case. • Payment of Court fee – all suits require a payment to the court and you can start the proceedings only after the full payment. • Hearing date – date of hearing and the court decides if the case has merit. • Filing of relevant documents – all the necessary documents are to be submitted in the court.

What does land dispute mean?

A land dispute takes place when two or more parties feel that it is their right to claim a certain piece of land. It may be because of some boundary issues and the parties can’t decide on whose property does that specific piece of land falls on. Sometimes even a clerical error can lead to land disputes. There are different types of land disputes that happen and most of them follow the same procedure – go to the courthouse and get the transfer deed which proves their ownership and if this does not solve the issue then they have to file for a civil suit. Many land disputes are difficult to resolve such as if the owner of a house passes away without leaving a clear will, the family members can claim their share of the property, in such a case it becomes difficult to resolve as there is no basis of allocation and fewer documents.


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