Stamp duty must be paid on the sale of all goods except those sold by Will. The true rate of stamp duty in Maharashtra on the certificate or any other document of shares, scrip, shares, etc., including the amount of the premium, is Re. 1 for each rs. 1,000 or part of it. 2. The fee to be paid in accordance with point (g) shall be set at 500 only if the fee is already paid in accordance with Article 5(g)(a) of the Development Rights Agreement 4.9. It should be noted that the decision is now mandatory in all cases where a legal act requires registration, since the Registrar of Sub-Insurance insists. The document must be submitted to the collector within one month of the execution of this act in the State and within 3 months of receipt of the document in the State. 5.1 Sub-item.

34 of the law, any document that is not or is not stamped, is then inadmissible as evidence for any purpose, for example.B. before a civil court. These instruments may be authorized as evidence against payment of the amount of customs duty required and a penalty of 2% per month on the defaulting amount of duty calculated from the date of execution. However, the maximum penalty may not exceed four times the amount of the duty. The stamp must be affixed before or at the time of execution. Pursuant to section 108 of the Companies Act 1956, a company may not register the transfer of shares unless a proper deed of transfer is properly stamped and executed by the contemptuous person and the transferee has been delivered to the company. The rate of such stamp duty in a public limited company or other entity is – “25 Paise for each Rs. 100 or part of the value of the share” (empty art. 62 of List 1 – Indian Stamp Act) The same tax as for the transfer in the amount of 4.8 stamp duty guaranteed by the deed must be paid at the rates indicated in Annex I.

In the case of instruments based on the market value of the immovable property, the concept of immovable property which is the subject of an instrument is the price that the property would have obtained if it were sold on the open market at the time of the execution of that instrument or if the consideration indicated in the instrument was indicated, whichever is higher. 4.3 The fee may be paid by stamps adhesively or engraved on the instruments. Adhesive stamps affixed must be erased at the time of execution, so that they are not available for reuse. In fact, stamp duty is an indirect tax levied on documents. In India, the implementation of an “instrument” must be paid to the government. . . .