Article 5, point (d) of Schedule 1-A of the West Bengal Stamps Act stipulates that the stamp duty for the agreement or memorandum of an agreement on the sale of real estate is six per cent (6%) one percentage point. the market value of the property and the maximum authorized tax is twenty-five lakhs (rule 25,000/-). The Finance Act also clarified that no stamp duty is levied on the creation or destruction of securities in the event of stock splits, equity consolidations, mergers and acquisitions or similar business transactions, if it does not result in changes in economic ownership. In this regard, it should be noted that the issuance of securities under a merger and merger system will continue to increase stamp duty. While there are many reasons for amending the stamp law, some of the reasons are very explicit and others are not. However, no one can deny that the Stamp Act, because of its archaic nature, has been waiting for such a change for some time, especially if we see it in light of the technological changes that the financial market has undergone over the past (1) decade. Beyond these technological reasons, other legal and administrative reasons, such as multiple rates for stamp duty for a similar transaction, litigation, multiple levies, all this increases transaction costs and blocks in the development of a well-structured securities market and hinder the formation of capital. Article 19 of the Indian Stamp Act`s AI Calendar, 1899 (to the extent applicable to Delhi) regulates the payment of the regular obligation on instruments that justify the right or title of the bearer or other person to shares or shares in a registered company or organization or to the holder of shares or shares of such a company or organization. After filing the above documents, if we submit the above documents in time, they would be generated after about a month (it may be less or more) and we have to pay the amount shown in challan with Net Banking/Debit Card/credit card. Then print the confirmation and collect electronic stamp paper from the nearest Stockholding branch in Delhi by making the receipt printed at the counter. 2) Introduction of Section 17 (1) (A) of the Indian Registration Act, which entered into transfer contracts for compensation for real estate under Section 53 (A) of the Property Transfer Act, including the mandatory transfer agreement. Article 29 of the Schedule 1-A of the Karnataka Stamp Duty Act of 1957 provides stamp duty on the loan of compensation, if the amount not compensated does not exceed thousands of rupees, the stamp duty is fifty paises per 100 rupees, or 0.5% if it exceeds one thousand rupees, the duty of stamp paid is two cents.
Payment of stamp duty on the allocation of shares per govt.