There was a time when you never needed to register your birth in India. But now the time has changed and you need to authenticate yourself both in and outside India for a variety of transactions.
Overruling the High Court order Supreme Court has said that non-residential Indians, just like any ordinary landlords, cannot be asked to prove his title before getting his tenant evicted on any one of the grounds stipulated for such eviction.
If you are living abroad and managing your assets in India has become a headache for you, Power of Attorney (PoA) is the perfect instrument for you. Because of its various benefits, even resident Indians tend to execute POAs. People having numerous assets find it tough to be present everywhere physically. Therefore, they execute POAs to delegate the responsibility.
With the advent of Globalisation, more and more Indians have now started settling abroad. They are not only settling abroad but have also started sending money from India to US and other Countries. As a step towards further simplification and liberalisation of the Foreign Exchange facilities available to resident Indians, RBI had announced the Liberalised Remittance Scheme in February 2004.
Aadhar card is a number that serves as a proof of identity and address, anywhere in India. Aadhar card is a 12-digit unique identity number issued by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI) is a central government agency of India to each resident. It is considered the world’s largest national identification number project. The aim of Aadhar card is to collect all biometric and other details of the citizens of India. These details are stored in a central database. And a 12 digit unique identification number is issued to each citizen.