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An Indian Citizen who holds a valid Indian passport and stays abroad for employment/carrying on business or vacation outside India or stays abroad under circumstances indicating an intention for an uncertain duration of stay abroad is a Non-Resident Indian (NRI). Non-resident foreign citizens, of Indian Origin, are treated at par with Non-Resident Indians (NRI).
Yes, an NRI/IPO can possess a residential property in India through a gift from an Indian, NRI/PIO. Even the RBI guidelines support it. There are other ways too, like a person can acquire a residential property by inheritance from a person, who is a resident as per the Provisions of Section 6(5) of the FEMA, 1999.
Though RBI has given general permission to the NRIs to purchase immovable properties in India, the permission does not grant power to acquire any and every property in India. The NRIs are allowed to purchase only residential or commercial property. So NRIs cannot purchase any agricultural land or plantation property.
Repatriation of sale proceeds can happen after three years from the date of finalization of purchase deed or after the last and final installment of consideration is paid, whichever is later.
Yes, as per RBI guidelines, an NRI/PIO can acquire a residential property in India by a way of gift from an Indian, NRI or simply purchase it. Thus, it can easily be transferred.
Yes, an NRI can give their property out on rent. The money can be repatriated by them after deducting TDS at 30%.
A declaration in form IPI 7 has to be filed with the Reserve Bank within 90 days finalization of purchase deed or after the last and final installment of consideration is paid, whichever is later.