2.1 It is very important to note that stamp duty is on an instrument and not on a transaction. 1. A contract of sale providing for the transfer of ownership is considered a “transfer” and is stamped accordingly. However, compensation for the tax paid shall be made at the time of performance of the carriage. 1. In the case of point (f), the tax paid shall be levied, on execution of the transfer, the same tax as that levied on a rental instrument for the remaining duration of the rental contract. 2. The tax payable under point (g) shall be 500 only if the tax is already paid in accordance with Article 5 (g-a) of the Development Rights Agreement 4.7, which bears and pays stamp duty, shall be an agreement between the parties. In the absence of such an agreement, the law provides that in the event of a transfer, the tax must be paid by a buyer and, in the case of a lease, by the tenant. In the case of obligations, release, settlement, it must be paid by the person who manufactures or pulls the instrument. In the event of an exchange, it must be paid equally by the parties and, in the event of division, by the parties in relation to their respective shares.
In all other cases, it must be paid by the person who performs the act. (2) A lease agreement shall not be treated as a lease if there is no immediate sinking Atur India P Ltd., (1994) 2 SCC 497 Same tax as that imposed for the transfer of the amount secured by Act 5.1 Under section 34 of the Act, any act that is insufficiently or not stamped, it is then inadmissible for any purpose as evidence: z.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. Same right as in the statutes referred to in article 10 2.3 An act that covers or deals with several different matters shall be debited from the total amount of the duty that would have weighed on each act. 4.1 P.17 of the Act provides that all instruments submitted to Customs and executed in Maharshtra shall be stamped before or at the time of execution or immediately after or on the working day following the date of execution. 5.3 A person may be liable to a severe term of imprisonment of up to 6 months (minimum 1 month) and a fine of up to 5,000 if it is shown that the instrument was undervalued or that a brief payment of tax was made for the purpose of evading the obligation. Re. 1 for every ₹ 1,000 (about 0.1%) or part of the amount guaranteed by the deed if the guaranteed amount is up to ₹ 5,00,000 and ₹ 2 for every ₹ 1,000 (about 0.2%) in all other cases. The maximum tax is ₹ 10 Lakhs ₹ 500 + 0.5% of the contract value above ₹ 10 Lakhs. The maximum fee is ₹ 25 Lakhs 4.9 Anyone can apply to the stamp collector for stamp duty to be paid on the instrument, which determines the tax that can be paid on the instrument.
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. 2.2 p. 3 of the Act, stamp duty is applied to each instrument executed in the State at the rate set out in Schedule I. Even documents exported outside the State are taxable only after they have been received in the State, provided that it is immovable property located in the State or a business or thing to be done in the State. 4.6 The date of issue of the stamp document must not exceed 6 months from the date of the transaction. 2. The assignment of copyright shall be exempt from stamp duty. 1.
The value of the largest part remaining after division shall be excluded from tax 4.3 The tax may be paid by glue or stamp on the instruments. . . .