Buying a property today is not only depicted as a status symbol but has also become one of the most important ways to build wealth. As purchasing a property tends to be a huge decision, be it for commercial, rental or personal purpose - many of us are not aware of the intricacies involved in it. Moreover, the Indian real estate market is considered to be a booming segment but still is said to be in a state of flux guided by the changing economic environment & the ever-evolving real estate laws. This unfolding scenario has not only urged the developers & the buyers to embrace the changes but also have demanded to stay updated with laws & regulations concerned to real estate or property matters. Understanding the complex issues involved in this spectrum and noticing the growing appetite, LexSitus came into existence. The company helps individuals, builders& developers with providing solutions and advising them on how to mitigate with legal disputes in the real estate space.
Bangalore based LexSitus at present with a team of specialized property lawyers endeavours to be a one stop destination for all the legal needs & requirements, thus attuned with best practices, high quality & professionalism.
Highest Standards,Transparency & International Adaptability
The idea of LexSitus was conceptualized by Roopa Shetty , a qualified lawyer with qualities of high intelligence, strong analytical, advocacy & good communication skills. Holding a law degree from Mangalore University, Roopa Shetty started her legal career with Manu Advocates, a well-versed firm in different fields of law, viz. criminal, civil, MVC and Family matters & Property. Garnering expertise in almost all the fields of law and identifying in particular that as the real estate sector was booming with ensuring a plethora of opportunities, she shifted her
domain into real estate advisory. Explicating on the journey, Roopa Shetty, Founder and head of the Firm LexSitus, speaks, “I joined SJR Group and gathered insights in almost all the stages such as legal, liaisoning with govt officials or coordinating with senior advocates. Therefore, gaining expertise in real estate laws I decided to start my own consultancy firm in the real estate space and hence, LexSitus was formed.”
LexSitus sights to achieve & deliver excellence through professional integrity and knowledgeable approach, with pragmatic & technically feasible advisory solutions
Captivated with a vision to establish a law firm that encompasses corporate, to commercial & real-estate laws, LexSitus today follows a dynamic & corporate approach to enable high-quality Indian law expertise with an international adaptability. Entitled to carve a niche in the legitimate real estate solutions, the company at presents offers services that include Property Legal Advisor, Liason House, Property & Real Estate Laws and Civil Laws. Also offering a wider range of services pertaining to litigation & non-litigation, LexSitus believes ‘Client Satisfaction’ to be the most important concept and takes pride in consistently adopting the highest standards & transparency approach in order to meet customers’ requirements efficiently.
“Assisting the clients with a spectrum of legal real-estate solutions at an affordable budget, we also proffer cutting- edge consulting services to our domestic & international clients along with multinational private & public entities,” avers Roopa Shetty.
Helping Builders & Developers with RERA Regulations
LexSitus sights to achieve and deliver excellence through professional integrity & knowledgeable approach with pragmatic & technically feasible advisory solutions. Striving to set records in the sphere of law with integrating the ideas to meet the short & long term objectives, Roopa Shetty Concludes, “With the recent RERA implementation, our objective is to guide the discerning builders & developers to traverse the path of compatibility and align themselves with the RERA regulations, streamlining with legal processes and system. We are also planning to expand our office with the more manpower and infrastructure.”