NRI Relinquishment Deed

A Relinquishment deed is a legal document for releasing a legal heir’s right in an inherited property for another legal heir. When a property is inherited by two or more people, one party may release ownership right over the property in favor of another.

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How to Get your Relinquishment Deed with India for NRI

  • 1

    Provide Details

    Fill the Relinquishment deed format

  • 2


    with the lawyer Discuss the requirements and the specifications to be drafted .

  • 3


    Lawyer drafts your document according to the requirements

  • 4


    You need to register the relinquishment deed

Key Considerations for NRI for Relinquishment Deed?

Only for Inherited


Registration is


Capital Gains tax

may apply

Co-owners can

relinquish their share


be Revoked

terms need to

be read carefully

Consideration may

or may not be there

No stamp duty

is applicable

Benefits of having Relinquishment Deed

Simplifies Property Transfer:

Relinquishment deeds streamline property transfers within families, replacing the need for sale deeds.

Prevents Legal Disputes:

By relinquishing property rights, family members can prevent potential legal conflicts over ownership and inheritance.

Supports Succession Planning:

In succession planning, relinquishment deeds ensure seamless property transfer between generations.

Expedited Processing:

Relinquishment deeds allow for swift property ownership transfers, ideal for urgent situations.

Offers Legal Protection:

These deeds offer legal safeguarding, establishing a clear record of ownership transfer.

Cost-effective Solution:

Relinquishment deeds offer a cost-effective alternative to lengthy legal proceedings for property transfer.

Gift Deed Will Relinquishment Deed
Transfer while alive

Yes (During the donor's lifetime) Yes (During the donor's lifetime)

Immediate Execution?

Registration mandatory?


yes or No

Tax planning?



yes, Required for some cases


Transfer ownership


Give up right to property

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Appointment of Executors

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Used Cases of having Relinquishment Deed


In the absence of a Will, known as intestate death, a relinquishment deed may be needed to transfer property ownership among legal heirs, clarifying respective shares and responsibilities.


: In divorce settlements, a relinquishment deed facilitates the transfer of one spouse's share in the property to the other, resolving ownership disputes.

Financial Urgency :

When a co-owner urgently requires funds, a relinquishment deed allows them to liquidate their share of the property.

Minor's Estate

With court approval, a legal guardian can use a relinquishment deed to transfer a minor's estate to another legal heir.

Voluntary Transfer

Out of goodwill, a legal heir or co-owner can use a relinquishment deed to transfer their share to another co-owner.

Cost-effective Solution:

Relinquishment deeds offer a cost-effective alternative to lengthy legal proceedings for property transfer.

Gift Deed Will Relinquishment Deed
Guardianship for Minors

Charitable Bequests

Co-Ownership Arrangements

Division of Inherited Property

Removal of Legal Rights

Property Settlements

Executed During Lifetime

Takes Effect After Death

Estate Planning

Involves Monetary Exchange

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