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Bringing the nature back Imagine a place where tree-lined boulevards meander their way through plush, wooded parks. Where endless greens, dappled with sunlight and shade, glimmer through the trees. And nearly 80% of the space is a green haven that shelters and cultivates residents. M3M Woodshire is envisioned to make nature’s boundless beauty meet every comfort that you can expect of. Be it walking amongst the manicured lawns or entertaining yourself in the stylish clubhouse with the outdoor pool, it is everything that you have always dreamt of.

Plans and Features

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Everyone appreciates opulence, but few recognize the subtle nuances about it, which transcends the entire experience into something ambrosial. Woodshire, M3M's latest residential development in Sector-107, Gurgaon, is an attempt to address all such individual and collective requirements of residents, in an environment replete with pristine greens. Consisting of eighteen mid-rises, sprawled across approximately nineteen acres of land, M3M Woodshire boasts of 70% open area with thriving greenery. It truly is the perfect paradigm of fine living.

Area
BEDROOM: Walls – Plastic emulsion paint
Floor – Laminated wooden flooring
Doors – Hardwood door with polished flush shutter
Windows – Powder coated anodized glazing
Ceilings – Painted – Plastic emulsion paint
LIVING/DINING ROOM: Walls – Plastic emulsion paint
Floor – Vitrified tiles
Doors – Hardwood door with polished flush shutter
Windows – Powder coated anodized glazing
Ceilings – Painted – Plastic emulsion paint
KITCHEN : Walls – 2’ high ceramic tiles above counter/ balance painted (OBD)
Floor – Vitrified tiles
Doors –Hardwood door with polished flush shutter
Windows – Powder coated anodized glazing
Ceilings – Cement plaster with paint (OBD)
Others – Polished granite counter with SS sink and CP fittings
TOILETS : Walls – Combination of ceramic tile dado, mirror & oil bound distemper
Floor – Anti-skid ceramic tiles
Doors – Hardwood door with polished flush shutter
Windows – Powder coated anodized glazing
Ceilings – Cement plaster with paint (OBD)
Others – Polished marble counter with white sanitary fixtures and CP fittings
Area2
LIFT LOBBIES : Walls – Combination of selected stone cladding and oil bound distemper
Floor – Combination of natural stone and vertified tiles.
Doors –CCTV Camera on ground floor lobby
Windows –Powder-coated aluminium glazing/louvers (OBD)
Others – Air – conditioned ground floor lift lobby
EXTERNAL FAÇADE: Walls – Combination of glazings and durable paint
SERVANT / S. ROOM: Walls – Oil bound distemper
Floor –Vitrified tiles
Doors – Hardwood door with polished flush shutter
Windows – Powder coated anodized glazing
Ceilings – Cement plaster with paint (OBD)
BALCONY/ UTILITY BALCONY : Floor –Anti – skid ceramic tiles
STAIRCASES : Walls – Cement plaster with paint (OBD)
Floor – Kota stone in tread and risers of exposed RCC
Doors – Steel fire doors & flush shutters
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENTS : Ceiling fans & Light fittings
Split AC in Bedrooms and Living & Dining
Geyser in Masterbed Toilet
Interiors

Interiors flirt with your senses At M3M Woodshire, you will be mesmerized by the supreme interiors. The laminated wooden floors epitomize grandeur, while the immaculate fit & finish convert your daily chores into an art form. Eloquent beauty married with enchanting form and function brings about a feeling of quiet elegance. Coupled with lush green surroundings, your home is a perfect picture of harmony between architecture and nature.

Only for descriptive purposes. Not a part of the offering.
Key features
  • Grand, well-appointed, Air conditioned ground floor lobbies.
  • Apartments designed for maximum ventilation and natural light
  • Highly efficient apartment and common area layout
  • Multi-level club-house with Unisex Gym
  • Surface, surface-covered and basement parking throughout the project
  • 3-Tier security for your complete peace of mind.
  • Full power backup and fire-safety systems
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The project is strategically located in NCR’s fast-developing zone, the surrounding vicinity is close to the Delhi-Gurgaon border and is located 15 minutes away from the Delhi International Airport.

Experience M3M Woodshire

Amenities

  • 100% Power back up

  • Well-appointed Elevators & escalators

  • Pedestrian friendly complex

  • Dedicated entry for offices

  • CCTV

  • Fire safe building

  • Boom Barrier facility

  • Separate entry/exit

  • Kids play area

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DISCLAIMER: Nothing contained herein intends to constitute a legal offering and does not form part of any agreement or legal binding on part of the Company. All images are actual site images. Developer is not responsible for providing external infrastructure development. The sample apartment is only for descriptive purposes and the furnishings, fittings, fixtures, partitions, room flooring etc. therein should not be considered as part of offerings. All approvals for the project can be inspected at Company’s office at Paras Twin Tower, Tower B, 6th Floor, Golf Course Road, Sector 54, Gurugram (Gurgaon), Haryana. Terms of allotment/sale are subject to (i) the Application Form and/or the Buyer’s Agreement; (ii) License Nos. 33 of 2012 dated 12.04.2012 and (iii) Building Plan Approval vide Memo no.ZP-809/JD(BS)/2012/20466 dated 12.10.2012 (Revised vide Memo No. ZP-809/AD(RA)/2014/28087-91 dated 12.12.2014); (iii) Occupation Certificate bearing Memo No. ______ dated ____ accorded by the Competent Authority in favour of M/s Cogent Realtors Pvt. Ltd. & Ors. in respect of development approved on the land measuring 7.64097 Hectare (18.88125 Acres) in Sector 107, Gurugram, Haryana, India. Total No of Units 991, Provision for club, convenient shopping, EWS, nursery school(s) etc. Presently, the Project land and receivables mortgaged to ICICI Bank. NOC will be provided for sale, transfer, conveyance of the unit(s). Copies of approvals are available for inspection at Company’s office at Paras Twin Tower, Tower B, 6th Floor, Golf Course Road, Sector 54, Gurugram, Haryana, India.

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FAQ

Statutory Provisions Governing Acquisition & Transfer of Immovable Property In India By A Person Resident Outside India RELEVANT LAWS & NOTIFICATIONS WITH RESPECT TO ACQUISITION & TRANSFER OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY IN INDIA BY A PERSON RESIDENT OUTSIDE INDIA:

Section 6 (3) (i) of Foreign Exchange Management Act, 1999 (FEMA 1999) acquisition or transfer of immovable property in India, other than a lease not exceeding five years, by a person resident outside India.

Reserve Bank of India (RBI) notification No. FEMA 21/2000-RB Dated May 3, 2000 (Foreign Exchange Management (Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property in India) Regulations 2000) as amended from time to time as per the following RBI notifications:

  • FEMA 65/2002- RB Dated June 29,2002 - Foreign Exchange Management (Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property in India) (Amendment) Regulations 2002
  • FEMA 93/2003- RB Dated June 9,2003- Foreign Exchange Management (Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property in India) (Amendment) Regulations 2003
  • FEMA 146 /2006- RB Dated February 10,2006- Foreign Exchange Management (Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property in India) (Amendment) Regulations 2006
  • FEMA 186/2009-RB dated February 3, 2009- Foreign Exchange Management (Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property in India) (Amendment) Regulations 2009

Section 6 (5) of FEMA,1999 A person resident outside India may hold, own, transfer or invest in Indian currency, security or any immovable property situated in India if such currency, security or property was acquired, held or owned by such person when he was resident in India or inherited from a person who was resident in India.

PERSON RESIDENT IN INDIA: Section 2 (v) of FEMA Act 1999 defines person resident in India as follows: "person resident in India" means:

a person residing in India for more than one hundred and eighty-two days during the course of the preceding financial year but does not include-

a person who has gone out of India or who stays outside India, in either case-

    (a) for or on taking up employment outside India, or (b) for carrying on outside India a business or vocation outside India, or (c) for any other purpose, in such circumstances as would indicate his intention to stay outside India for an uncertain period;

a person who has come to or stays in India, in either case, otherwise than-

  • (a) for or on taking up employment in India, or
  • (b) for carrying on in India a business or vocation in India, or
  • (c) for any other purpose, in such circumstances as would indicate his intention to stay in India for an uncertain period;

any person or body corporate registered or incorporated in India,

an office, branch or agency in India owned or controlled by a person resident outside India,

an office, branch or agency outside India owned or controlled by a person resident in India;

PERSON RESIDENT IN INDIA: Section 2 (w) of FEMA Act 1999 defines person resident outside India as follows: "person resident outside India" means a person who is not resident in India;

The aforesaid definitions are vitally important as far as the application of the Foreign Exchange Management (Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property in India) Regulations 2000 (Regulations 2000) is concerned. We may divide them into following categories:

  • A person who is a citizen of India and resident of India,
  • A person who is citizen of India but resides outside India,
  • A person who is of Indian origin but resides outside India.
  • A person who is neither a citizen of India nor of Indian origin and resides outside India.

As such for the purpose of applicability of the Regulations 2000 a person resident outside India may be categorized as follows:

Non-Resident Indians (NRIs) [As per Regulation 2 (vi) of the FEM (Deposit) Regulations 2000 Non-resident Indian (NRI) means A person resident outside India who is either a citizen of India or is a person of Indian origin (PIO).

Person of Indian Origin (PIOs) [ As per Regulation 2 (c) of the FEM (Acquisition and Transfer of Immovable Property in India) Regulations 2000 a person of Indian origin means an individual (not being a citizen of Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, China, Iran, Nepal and Bhutan who at any time held Indian passport or who or either of whose father or mother or whose grandfather or grandmother was a citizen by virtue of Constitution of India or Citizenship Act, 1955.

Foreign National of Non Indian Origin (Foreign Nationals) [a person resident outside India who is neither a citizen of India nor a PIO.

ACQUISITION OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY IN INDIA BY NRIs and PIOs (Regulation 3 and 4 of Regulations 2000):

NRIs/PIOs can freely purchase immovable property in India (except agricultural land/plantation property/farm house for which specific approval is required from the RBI in consultation with Government of India (GOI)).

NRIs/PIOs can freely acquire immovable property by way of gift from person resident in India or NRI or PIO except agricultural land/plantation property/farm house.

NRIs/PIOs can inherit immovable property in India.

For acquiring agricultural land/plantation property/farm house specific approval has to be obtained from RBI and the proposals are considered in consultation with GOI.

ACQUISITION OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY BY FOREIGN NATIONALS:

No restrictions:

  • *Foreign nationals of non-Indian origin can take residential accommodation on lease for a period not exceeding 5 years without taking any permission from or reporting to RBI.
  • Foreign nationals resident in India can purchase immovable property in India without any approvals from RBI provided that the person concerned has obtained the approvals and has fulfilled the requirements if any prescribed by the other authorities such as the concerned State Government etc. A foreign national is a person resident in India if the person is residing in India for more than 182 days during the course of the preceding financial year ( April March) and who has come to or stays in India either for taking an employment, carrying on business or vocation in India or any other purpose that would indicate his intention to stay in India for an uncertain period.
  • The Haryana State Government, as on date, has not mandated any requirement of such specific approval from its offices/ministries. Foreign nationals can inherit immovable property from a person resident in India and person resident outside India.
  • *For foreign nationals holding citizenship of Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan, China, Iran, Nepal, Bhutan, only Option 1 is available in default and for exercising options 2 & 3 specific RBI approval required in consultation with GOI. However they can take immovable property on lease for a period not exceeding 5 years.

Restrictions:

  • A foreign national of non Indian origin resident outside India cannot acquire or transfer immovable property in India.
  • A foreign national cannot be a joint holder of property purchased by an NRI /PIO.
  • A foreign national cannot acquire any immovable property by way of gift.
ACQUISITION OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY BY FOREIGN COMPANIES ESTABLISHING BRANCH OFFICE(S) OR PLACE OF BUSINESS IN INDIA (other than liaison office) (Regulation 5 of Regulations 2000):

Foreign companies acquire any immovable property in India in accordance with RBI regulations, necessary for or incidental to carrying out the business activity by making payment by way of foreign inward remittance through normal banking channels. All applicable laws, rules, regulations or directions for the time being in force should be complied with and a declaration should be filed with the RBI in Form IPI within 90 days from the date of acquisition of property.

The property can be transferred by way of mortgage to an authorised dealer as a security for any borrowing.

Repatriation of sale proceeds however can take place only with RBI permission.

ACQUISITION OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY BY FOREIGN COMPANIES ESTABLISHING LIAISON OFFICE(S) (Regulation 5 of Regulations 2000):

Foreign companies establishing liaison offices can only lease immovable property for a period not exceeding 5 years.

ACQUISITION OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY BY FOREIGN EMBASSIES/DIPLOMATS /CONSULATE GENERALS (Regulation 5A of Regulations 2000):

Can purchase and sell any immovable property in India other than agricultural land/farmhouse/plantation property with prior clearance from Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India.

RBI permission is not necessary.

Purchase should be made from inward remittance of foreign exchange.

TRANSFER OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY ACQUIRED BY NRIs/PIOs/FOREIGN NATIONALS OR COMPANIES (Regulations 3 and 4 of Regulations 2000):

NRIs/PIOs can transfer any immovable property (except agricultural land/plantation property/farm house) to any person resident in India or NRI or PIO (however a PIO has to obtain prior approval of RBI for transfer of immovable property to a PIO)

NRIs/PIO can transfer agricultural land/plantation property/farm house by way of gift or sale to a person resident in India who is a citizen of India.

Foreign nationals and companies can sell immovable property to person resident in India, NRI or PIO with prior approval of RBI.

GIFT OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY ACQUIRED BY NRIs/PIOs/FOREIGN NATIONALS OR COMPANIES (Regulations 3 and 4 of Regulations 2000)
:

NRIs/PIOs can gift any immovable property to a person resident in India or NRI or PIO

Foreign nationals can gift immovable property to a person resident in India or NRI or PIO with prior approval of RBI.

An agricultural land/plantation property/farm house may be gifted only to a person resident in India who is a citizen of India. However a foreign national needs prior approval of RBI.

MORTGAGE OF IMMOVABLE PROPERTY ACQUIRED BY NRIs/PIOs/FOREIGN NATIONALS OR COMPANIES (Regulations 3, 4 and 5 of Regulations 2000):

An NRI / PIO can mortgage property to an authorised dealer / housing finance institution in India (without the approval of RBI) and a party abroad (with prior approval of RBI).

A foreign national can mortgage property only with prior approval of RBI;

Foreign Companies have a general permission to mortgage the property with an authorised dealer in India.

PROPERTY ACQUISITIONS UNDER ERSTWHILE FERA

Foreign nationals having acquired property earlier under FERA can continue to hold it but can transfer it only with prior approval of RBI.

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