One of the best Advocates & Lawyers in Bangalore - Advocate Tanushree Sahani

Advocate Tanushree Sahani

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LawRatoJakkur, Bangalore
LawRato15 years Experience
Practice Areas
Civil, Documentation, NCLT, Property, RERA, Succession Certificate, Wills / Trusts
Language(s) Spoken: Bengali, English, Hindi, Kannada
Advocate Tanushree Sahani completed her B.A. L.L.B from the M.S. Ramaiah College of Law, Bangalore, affiliated to Bangalore University and secured a 4th Rank in Bangalore University in B.A.Law.

She started her legal career with DEVEN DWARKADAS & PARTNERS, Mumbai where she joined as a Junior Associate and handled cases related to Trade Mark Infringement, Notice under Section 138 of NI Act, Arbitration Application under Sections 9, 11, Debt Recovery Matter, Attachment of property execution matters, Consumer Protection matter, Trust Matters, Defamation Matters, Writ Petitions with respect to Shipping, Railways and various other Company Matters like winding up, etc. Drafting of Legal Documents like Sale Deed, Power Of Attorney, Written Statement, Plaints, Affidavit of Evidence, Service, Notice of Motion, Applications to Arbitrator, Court, Public Notice, Other Notices/ Letters like termination of Lease Deed, etc.

Post that she has been working with ASHIRA LAW, Bangalore as an Associate where she deals in Drafting of Sale Agreements, Agreement to Sell, Public Notices, Memorandum of Understanding, Leave and License Agreement, Lease Deed, Indemnity Bond, Preliminary Requisitions, Will, Gift Deed, Title Search for properties, Legal Notices and other legal draftings.

Drafting opinion on various legal issues like transfer of land belonging to SC/ST, transfer of property by a PIO or foreigners, FCRA related queries, Right to Education Act, Right to Information Act, Contract Act, University Grant Commission, Sexual harassment policy at work place in India and other legal issues.

Handling registration of various Deeds and Documents at the concerned Sub- Registrar Offices in Bangalore.

She also deals in Corporate Law requirements like Partnership Deed, Due Diligence for Companies, MOU, Non-Disclosure Agreement, Note on importance of will, Termination of employment Letter, Employment/Consultancy Agreement, Apology Letter, Copyright Infringement matters, RTI Applications, Addendum to an Agreement, Society Registration(MOA and Rules and Regulations) & FEMA Regulations, Incorporation of a Company, drafting AOA, MOA & Shareholders Agreement, Copyright Application, Trademark Applications.
  • Family Court, Bangalore
  • Trial Courts, Bangalore

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Questions Answered by Advocate Tanushree Sahani

Q: sale of my father's self aquired property (my father is still alive)

My father has a self aquired property and we have decided to sell. I have younger brother & sister and both are married.1) is my sister required to sign at the time of selling / registring the house to prospective buyer or my father's signature and mine & my brother's signature sufficient ?2) My father has decided to gift small portion of amount to my sister & balance amount to be distributed between me & my brother - but my sister is insisting the amount be equally distributed to her (but my father wants to gift her only small portion of the amount) - Pls advice

Advocate Tanushree Sahani answered
Since this is your father's self acquired property , only his signature on the sale deed is sufficient. You or your siblings don't need to sign. After the sale , your father shall decide how to distribute the sale proceed.

Q: Legal document we should collect while buying property to register it?

What are the legal documents we must collect from the party to purchase the property and to register it in sub-register office......?

Advocate Tanushree Sahani answered
You need to seek the previous sale deed, khata certificate and extract and recent tax paid receipt in order to register a property at SRO.In order to carry out a title search of an apartment property you need mother document along with all the conveyance documents, khata, conversion order if any, tax paid, occupancy cerificate, floor plans, necessary approvals.

Q: having a fight with brothers regarding property?

how can we split the property between the brothers. the property is a disputed property the brothers are not willing to share the property?

Advocate Tanushree Sahani answered
You can settle the dispute by asking all the brothers to enter into a family settlement deed or a partition deed. All the shares will be equally bifurcated and each brother shall have their own share and portion in the property.

Q: Nana died without will. Do i have share in that property?

From childhood, me, my brother and mother were staying with our nana and nani. There were some differences between our mother and father. Nana and nani died and my mother is their only daughter. After my marriage i moved out from nana nani's home. Do i have share in that property? The property was self acquired by nana.

Advocate Tanushree Sahani answered
Since this property belongs to your nana and in his absence the first legal heir is your nani and in event of your nani's demise your mother will be the legal heir. The property documents like khata can be transferred to your nani's name now. And then she can either make a will or a gift deed in your favour. Then you can directly own the property . But as far as direct inheritance is concerned , you can inherit only after your mother inherits after your nani's demise and after your mom's demise.

Q: Bought apartment from builder. Who's responsible to make sale deed?

We have bought an apartment from a builder. Whose responsibility is it to make the sale deed andRegistration. Has individual has to pay separately to the builder towards making of sale deed and registration charges . Apart from paying the registration charges and stamp duty do i have to pay separately towards legal fees to the builder?

Advocate Tanushree Sahani answered
The responsibility of drafting a sale deed can be taken up by either party. But the general case in bangalore is that the builders have a set format and the same has to be followed by every purchaser. Though this is not in any rule but this is observed here. You can try to negotiate with the builder to handle things from your end. Yes each builder has a legal fees included in their charges which you can negotiate and avoid paying.

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