Use a Will to gift your property, or you may end up being homeless



a man sitting on a cutting board: Use a Will to gift your property, or you may end up being homeless


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Use a Will to gift your property, or you may end up being homeless

In 2017, when 71-year-old Mandar Bhosle of Mumbai gifted his immovable property to his children out of love, he had not imagined becoming homeless. A year after gifting the house, his son asked Bhosle and his wife to move out. “I had signed the gift deed agreement that my son had prepared. At that time, I did not realise the implications,” says a depressed Bhosle, sitting in an old-age home.

Siddharth Hariani, Partner at Phoenix Legal says that most parents tend to get swayed by their love for their children and gift away their homes. “But they do not seek legal guidance when doing so and then have a feeling of not being treated well by the children,” he adds. Often, elderly parents do not approach legal advisors while signing the gift deed,

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Warehouses are hot property as online shopping booms

The commercial property market has been a big victim of the coronavirus pandemic, but demand for warehouses — where goods can be stored and processed — is booming, as the pandemic has led to a surge in people buying essentials online.

Demand for logistics and distribution space across the U.K. rose to a record in the third quarter, as online retailers expanded their supply chains to address consumer needs during the coronavirus pandemic.

Warehouse owners leased out 13.3 million square feet in the three months through September, 111% higher than the same period in 2019, according to global real estate adviser CBRE. Online retailers accounted for a third of demand, reflecting the shift in shopping trends.

“The extraordinary level of takeup seen in Q2 has now been exceeded in Q3. To put the numbers into context, the past six months takeup exceeds the annual total for eight of the past

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Belmont LIDAR Survey Supports Deep-Seated Copper-Gold Porphyry Model on Come By Chance Property Greenwood Mining Camp, B.C

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / October 6, 2020 / Belmont Resources Ltd. (“Belmont”), (or the “Company”), (TSXV:BEA)(FSE:L3L2) is pleased to report that the helicopter-borne Lidar survey on the company’s Come By Chance property in the historic Greenwood Mining Camp has been completed. The 5.3 square km survey was flown by Pioneer Exploration Consultants Ltd., with point cloud data acquired at a density of 20 points per square metre.

The Come by Chance (CBC) Property covers an area of approximately 527 hectares and has a history of mineral exploration dating from the late 1890’s which is evident in the many pits, shafts, and adits which were developed in the search for a Phoenix type copper/gold skarn mineral deposit. Although the Phoenix mineral resource was the major producer, some of the smaller mines were productive from a number of different types of deposits. From 1900 to 1975 production from these

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