In recent years, India — which is projected to become the most populous nation — has seen a surge in economic growth, placing it as the fifth largest economy by GDP in the world. This fast-growing nation has become an intriguing market for overseas businesses and investors.
Conducting due diligence for cross-border transactions can be challenging, especially when working in a jurisdiction you are unfamiliar with. To assist in investment decisions abroad, attorneys and legal teams must navigate a country’s legal system, institutional infrastructure, and local rules and regulations about foreign corporate investments.
If you are working on transactions in this country, download our guide to conducting due diligence in India.
With a focus on lien, litigation, and bankruptcy, the guide explores:
- FAQs about lien searches and registrations
- Tips for conducting litigation and bankruptcy searches
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