Assalam alaikum. Trust you are well. Apologies for the awkward time as I am based in London. I was born and raised in London although I do have a Nadra Card /ID card for Overseas Pakistanis which I believe entitles me to travel without a visa as well as sell property. My father was from Lahore but he moved to London in the early 1970s. He owned a property in Lahore which he brought in 1996. Unfortunately, he died recently. He was in the process of trying to sell the property before passing away. I will obviously need to travel to Pakistan, most likely in the New Year to sell the house. I am assuming I would need a solicitor /lawyer and wondering if this is a service you offer. I would need some advice on whether to transfer the property in my name or set up some kind of Power of Attorney where I or my mum and sisters can act on our behalf as General Attorney to sell the property. My knowledge on this or Pakistani property law is very limited but I have been advised that the General Attorney route is quicker but your advice would be welcome.
Wednesday, November 11th, 2020 by tebraiz5