At Eden City Group, we consider each project to be a fusion of real estate best practices, innovation and total commitment to every individual customer. Eden City offers luxury apartment in Maheshtala Kolkata. The 2188 flats of Eden City, Maheshtala spread over 22 acres of land are divided into 5 blocks. Floor plans of each block are represented below pictorially.
Eden City Project Location:
Located at Maheshtala, Eden City, Maheshtala is approximately 800 mtrs from Nungi Railway Station and 12 kms from Taratala Junction via Budge Budge Trunk Road.
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Eden City Project Amenities & Facilities:
The various facilities in the sprawling complex of Eden City, Maheshtala offers plush facilities such as a Club with a Swimming Pool, Community Halls, Childrens Park, Playground and Landscaped Gardens with 78% open space. Adjacent to the project, a Centre for Science, Sports and Culture is planned, equipped with an Auditorium, Library and Indoor Sports Facility.
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About Eden City Group:
The Eden City Group has been formed with an objective to develop quality infrastructure and real estate projects. Based out of Kolkata, India, the corporate office of the group is present in one of Kolkata's landmark buildings - The Metropolitan Building. The Eden City Group has its foundations in five companies and SPVs that have various realty projects in their anvil.
About Affinity Solutions (P) Ltd
Affinity Consultant is a Real Estate Consultant in India operating since last 10 years. Affinity Solutions have a team of dedicated professionals with more than 10 yrs of experience in real estate services handling the entire project in India. Affinity Solutions (P) Ltd. is a paramount name among Indian real estate consultants and service providers with all leading brands likes DLF, Unitech, Jaypee, Ansal, BPTP, Parsvnath, Mahagun, Omaxe, Emaar MGF, Eldeco, Indiabulls, Amrapali, Mantri, Lodha, Indu, Kolte Patil, Ramprastha, TDI, Uppals etc.
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Intellectual property is related to things that are created using people's mental faculties, including inventions, designs, literary and artistic work, etc. There are two categories of intellectual property. These are industrial property and copyright. Trademarks, patents and industrial designs are classified under industrial property, while copyright covers rights related to music, literary work, artistic creations, films, etc.
It was in the 19th century that the expression intellectual property began to become popular. It became commonplace in the 20th century due to extensive usage with the development of the information technology. The legal aspects related to intellectual property rights have evolved over the years. People who own intellectual property are benefited financially due to exclusive rights given to them for their creation. The financial incentive they get encourages them to further invest in intellectual property.
According to economists, approximately 67% of the value of big business houses is because of the intangible assets they have invested in.There is a school of thought that projects protection of intellectual property as a moral issue. The argument is that the human mind is a source of wealth and hence the creations of the mind have to be considered as intellectual property. Therefore, violation of intellectual property amounts to an immoral act. A word, sign or an expression that differentiates a manufacturer or products from another is a trademark. Such terms used for differentiating services are known as service marks. Generally, the trademarks and service marks are treated in the same manner. In exceptional cases, trademark protection is extended to incorporate other aspects of a product.
Trademarks enable people to identify the source of a product easily.There is state as wells federal laws to govern trademarks. In the U.S., the chief federal decree is the Lanham Act that provides extensive protection for trademark. Trademark infringement refers to the confusion created to the consumer, in identifying the source of goods, in connection with the sale of a product. The courts will look into various aspects before deciding on an infringement allegation. The use of the trademark of one manufacturer by another for the same product manufactured amounts to trademark infringement. There are systems to enable enforcement of trademark rights in more than one jurisdiction, but it is not possible to do single trade mark registration that will be applicable throughout the world. The applicability of trademark laws is restricted to a country or jurisdiction.
California is a community property ("CP") state. It is one of only nine other CP states in America. Under CP law, husbands and wives are deemed co-owners of property much like a partnership.
In California all the properties owned by a married couple fits into three categories. It is either (1) CP; (2) separate property; or (3) quasi-community property.
Whether a piece of property is community, separate, or quasi-community property will control the division of property upon divorce. Under California law CP is defined as all property, real or personal, wherever situated, acquired by married persons during the marriage while domiciled in the state.
Both spouses own property that is acquired between the beginning of the marriage and the date of separation. How can two people on one piece of property? Each owns a one half interest in the property.
Separate property is property that either spouse owns before the marriage, after separation, or property that was received during the marriage either by inheritance or gift.For example, let's say that you received a large sum of money as inheritance from your rich uncle. The money is yours and will be considered separate property at divorce.
Income earned during the marriage will be deemed to community property unless it originates from separate property. This means that your income will be considered a property even if it's held in separate accounts.
Quasi-Community Property is a little trickier. It is defined under the law as: all real or personal property, wherever situated, acquired before or after the operative date of this code in any of the following ways: (a) By either spouse while domiciled elsewhere which would have been community property if the spouse who acquired the property had been domiciled in this state at the time of its acquisition.(b) In exchange for real or personal property, wherever situated, which would have been CP if the spouse who acquired the property so exchanged had been domiciled in this state at the time of its acquisition.
In general, quasi-community property is a term that refers to property acquired by a couple when they lived in an equitable distribution state before moving to California. In California quasi-community property is treated like CP.
Now for the even trickier part: Sometimes separate property can become CP during the course of the marriage. This happens all too frequently and sometimes results in a nasty surprise during divorce.
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