When an immovable property is acquired or purchased by a Non-Resident Indian (NRI) in India, such a property is described as NRI Property. A Non-Resident Indian is an Indian citizen residing outside India. By the virtue of inheritance, joint ownership with relatives, or because of genuine investment in property in India to remain connected to the roots of India, NRIs become the owner of these properties. However, NRIs are not physically available to look after these properties and that leads to a lot of legal disputes.
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