The driving principle for the Real Estate practice at AGS Legal™ is to present the client with an integrated outlook on a particular issue or transaction and equip them to make an informed decision. Real estate investment transactions are much more complex than standard acquisition transactions due to the varied local laws, title issues and statutory approval requirements. Even from a foreign investment perspective, investment in the construction and development sector is subject to several attendant conditions.

We advise some of India’s largest real estate-focused funds and companies on investments, joint ventures, and property acquisition, sale and lease transactions.

Service Img

AGS Legal’s™ services include-

  • Covering all legal aspects from title due diligence;
  • Determining the intended use of the land parcels;
  • Advising on local land laws and statutory approvals;
  • Structuring of the acquisition; and
  • Drafting of the transaction documents to closing the deal.

Our expertise within the core real estate sector includes-

  • Acquisitions/transfers of immovable property;
  • Drafting and negotiating transactional documents;
  • Conducting due diligence and title investigations; and
  • Advising on transactions pertaining to development/re–development.

AGS Legal’s™ advisory services and documentation management support-

  • Conducting detailed title due diligence;
  • Structuring the acquisition of property, including stamp duty and registration procedures;
  • Drafting and negotiating agreements relating to property acquisition, development, construction, project management, and EPC; and
  • Drafting and negotiating commercial leases, as also in structuring FDI into real estate projects in India.

The team has worked with major Indian as well as international real estate brokers and consultants and is familiar with their work practices and standard form documentation.

Apart from above, our team also provides litigation services in relation to real estate sector including representation before Real Estate Regulatory Authority (RERA) and Appellate Tribunals.