With the introduction of these amendments, the document must contain counterparty contracts, any fixed assets, including the sale agreement within the meaning of section 53A of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, if they were exported on or after September 24, 2001. If you are acting through an VAC, you can also pay stamp duty in cash. You can also pay the money by check /debt exchange/payment order/RTGS/NEFT/Bank transfer account. Payment for stamp duty: By stamped e-paper that can be purchased by any licensed seller up to a value of Rs. 500 / – and for a value greater than the value of RS 500 / – through different banks according to the bank list The Registration Act of 1908 requires the buyer of a property to pay stamp duty at the time of registration of the property. Through the registration process, ownership of real estate in the name of the new buyer is transferred from the old one into government records. If a property is not registered in the name of the buyer, he cannot prove his ownership of the asset in court. After payment, the buyer can book an appointment online with the Sub-Registration Office by registering with srams.delhi.gov.in to begin the registration process. The stamp duty corresponding to 90% of the transport tax to be paid on the consideration mentioned in the document is paid on this device and the balance of the 10% of the tax must be paid at the time of completion of the document. With the introduction of the electronic stamp by the government, stamp duty in Delhi must be paid by e-stamp. There are therefore no offline channels through which this tax could be paid. As the centre has designated Stock Holding Corporation of India Limited (SHCIL) as the agency responsible for all electronic seals in India, buyers should visit their official portal, www.shcilestamp.com and make payment there.
SHCIL has authorized collection centres called ACC, which act as intermediaries between SHCIL and the purchaser. District rates play an important role in determining the stamp duty to be paid. For more information, check out our Article on New Delhi Circle Awards. 2. introduction of section 17(1)(A) of the Indian Registration Act, which makes contracts for the transfer of immovable property for remuneration, of the type of section 53(A) of the Transfer of Property Act, including the agreement of sale, mandatory. . . .