Bhoumick has extensive experience in matters of property law and conveyance and has in depth understanding of law governing development and re-development of properties, land laws, law relating to townships, revenue code, rent law, property taxes, stamp duty and registration, etc. He has also dealt with various matters of commercial nature including laws related to contract, company, partnership and personal laws such as testamentary, trust and succession.
Bhoumick successfully handles and advises various clients including well known corporate houses, developers, esteemed banks/financial institutions, high profile real estate investors, and funds etc., in matters relating to acquisition of lands for development of commercial and residential properties, sale and purchase of commercial and residential premises, leases, leave and license, joint ventures and joint developments, development of integrated townships, slum rehabilitation projects, redevelopment of housing societies, acquisitions of special economic zones, Industrial Parks, acquisition of land belonging to City and Industrial Development Corporation, acquisition of land belonging to Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority, acquisition of land belonging to Maharashtra Industrial Development Corporation, hotel acquisition, development of real estate, etc.
His expertise also extends to appearing before Real Estate Regulatory Authority and Tribunal on behalf of developers and providing general advises.
Bhoumick has also advised various clients including financial institutions in respect of matters relating to Real Estate Companies under the Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code, 2016. His practice also covers general corporate transactions and advisory work.
Bhoumick has advised various non-banking financial institutions in relation to securities lending transactions and alternate investment funds in relation to debt funding transactions. He has also attained experience in acquisitions in the hospitality sector.
Bhoumick has also authored a commentary on the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Act, 2016 along with the rules and regulations framed thereunder for Maharashtra and provided his short notes on the Development Control and Promotion Regulations for Greater Mumbai, 2034, both of which have been published and are available in the public domain.
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