Stamp Duty For General Agreement In West Bengal
Where the redistribution concerns land located within a commune, a cantonal office or declared territories, the stamp duty to be paid is one hundred (rule.100/-). (d) taxable instruments in accordance with Articles 5, paragraphs (a) and b) and 43 of Schedule AI. (f) stamp fraud to report immediately. – Local authorities must immediately inform the government that any general or judicial description of postage stamps, whether general or judicial, is communicated to them. These reports should always contain complete information on the nature of the fraud committed and, where possible, copies should be provided. Article 27 of Schedule 1A of the Delhi Stamp Act transfers stamp duty on bonds by approval or by a separate transfer instrument of three and seventy-five Paise (Rs.3.75/-) for each rupee five hundred Rs 500 if it exceeds one thousand rupees (Rs. 1000/-). Received by the collector the sum of Rs. only, since the value of ………. Damaged stamps minus 10 paise in each rupee of face value.
Received by the collector of ……….. Fresh stamps are: 2) Description of the stamp (i.e. who hits or designates): (ii) a stamp that is attributable by each word or word on the surface of a certain type of instrument should not be used for an instrument of another type. Request for refund of value or renewal, by stamps Receive an application with damaged stamps, value of Rs. ………. Pray for the refund/renewal of this refund under the section …….. Act II to 1899.De these stamps, Rs. value….. are rendered as inadmissible. Orders are transmitted… Article 27 of Schedule 1A of the West Bengal Postage Stamp Act provides stamp duty on obligations as approval or by the separate transmission instrument.
Stamp duty varies from the lowest 10 paise on the amount no more than 10 rupees to three rupees and seventy-five paise, where it is between Rs. 900 to Rs. 1000. If it is more than a thousand rupees, one rupee eighty paise for five hundred. Stamp duty on transfer by the delivery of the bond is seven rupees fifty paise for each rupee five cents when the quantity exceeds one thousand. 2) In case possession does not receive stamp duty to be paid, 10 for each rupee is five cents (r. 500/-), the top cap rupees being a lakh (rule 1.00,000/-). b) Separate instruments for the transfer of shares and the disposal of bonds issued by public companies and associations bearing stamps bearing the words « transfer of shares ».