New Delhi, Feb. 15 -- Non-resident Indians (NRIs) are often seen as keen on buying a property in India-whether it's for family living back home or because they want a getaway in India every time they return, or simply because they would like to come back and settle in India later in their lives.

However, buying a property in India can be a complicated affair for NRIs. Typically, they rely on their relatives to help them abide by multiple regulations. If you are an NRI looking for a property in India or someone who has a non-resident relative relying on you to understand Indian regulations, we have got answers to the most common questions that can confuse you.

Typically, a person living abroad would either continue to have an Indian passpo...