In case you want your tenant to vacate the rented/ leased premises and they forcefully continue to stay in possession of the property, you can file a civil case for their eviction. MyAdvo will help you file a civil case to get back the possession of your property through an expert civil lawyer and will manage the case lifecycle.
Before filing the case, sending a legal notice to the tenant acts as a final warning. In case the tenant still does not vacate the premises, you should then file the case for eviction of the tenant. To send a legal notice, please click here.
Once you send in a request, our representative will get in touch with you to understand your requirements.
A checklist of documents and a questionnaire will be provided to record your details.
You will be required to send clear scanned copies of documents pertaining to the property for verification by a lawyer.
The petition will be drafted and shared with you for review and approval within 7 days of receiving the documents.
You are required to print the draft on legal size paper, sign and send it to us via courier/ post.
The lawyer will present preliminary arguments before the court.
Upon presentation of arguments by the lawyer, the Court will ask the opposite party to file its reply.
The court will conduct hearings in the matter and examine the evidence presented before it. MyAdvo will keep you updated on the status of your case.
Pool of expert lawyers who have experience in dealing with matters related to wrongful possession of property
Step-by-step update through the case lifecycle
A-Z guarantee which covers cost of changing the lawyer in the rare case of any concern
Dedicated portal to manage your case documents and communicating directly with the lawyer
Payment is fixed in the beginning and you are not hassled later
Before investing in a property, it is highly recommended to get a due-diligence conducted of the property to minimize risks. MyAdvo can assist in conducting due diligence of the property through expert diligence professionals.
Types of Due Diligence
Depending upon the nature of the transaction and the property involved, due diligence can be either:
1. Full Search (tenure of search is usually between past 30 years to 99 years)
2. Limited Search (tenure of search is restricted to past 15 years)
The diligence for both the methods involves a rigorous search of all components of a real estate property and carried out comprehensively. The only difference being the tenure for which the search is done.
When a family member passes away, the legal heir of the deceased can apply for a legal heir certificate. The certificate is used for inheriting property left behind by the dead person. It is also used for claims of insurance, retirement benefit, pension, gratuity and provident fund. MyAdvo will help you obtain legal heir certificate through an expert lawyer.