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Leasing your house for ads and film shoots

Last updated: September 3 2019
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  • Leasing your house for ads and film shoots

    What are the ways to lease your property for film shoots and ads and the legal implications as per real estate law in India?
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    Re : Leasing your house for ads and film shoots

    Nice topic here! Now this is relevant to a very select group of people who own properties that can be used for filming Ads and movies. So to begin with, you need a big, spacious or rather palatial property to stand any chance of getting such an opportunity. A dilapidated, creepy house might also pass for a horror flick or something of that genre

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      movedin that is a typical eligibility criteria you have set forth And yes, I think those kind of properties stand the only chance of being selected. What I had wanted to know was about the legalities involved, if any, like permissions from local authorities and other things.

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        Nice topic here! Well, though the glitz, artsy furnishing, props and the company of movie stars can be overwhelming and well paying too, there are several risks too of renting out your property for a film shoot. Sometimes you may have to deal with damaged or completely broken furniture, trampled or completely ruined plants, spoiled paintings and other pieces or art and more. So, it is always advisable to get into a contract that clearly states damage clauses in it.

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          As far as I know such deals usually happen through word-of-mouth and no written contract comes into the picture. However, while most of the production houses compensate for losses or damages, if any, some may create unnecessary issues. So maybe a contract would help.

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            Re : Leasing your house for ads and film shoots

            In most of the cases, production houses compensate for all losses by themselves. However, it is always good to have a legal contract in place whether or not the production house is a renowned name or a new company. Then again, it is mutual as in most of the cases it is a single day shoot for a single scene and a contract might not even be considered. In long term engagements, a legal contract covering potential loss or damages should be signed as priority.
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