Frequently Asked Questions
A gift deed enables the property owner to transfer ownership of the asset while preventing any potential inheritance or succession disputes in the future.
In reality, a registered gift deed serves as solid legal proof in the event that the transferred property is challenged in court.
It is possible to transfer both movable and immovable property.
Only when such a clause is present in the gift deed can it be cancelled. On the other hand, a Gift Deed that was acquired via coercion, fraud, or misrepresentation can always be contested in the relevant legal court.