indian stamp act 1899

Stamp Paper Has Validity…Yes…!!!

Corporate Law - The basic purpose of Indian Stamp Act, 1899 is to raise revenue for Government, and government would like to earn more money either by imposing a tax or by charging Duty and in that Duty includes the Stamp Duty, the matter is not relevant but the money is more important for government in the present scenario....

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Stamp Duty Rates as Per Bombay Stamp Act, 1958

Corporate Law - The Explanation to the definition provides that any instrument by which one co-owner transfers his property to another co-owner would be deemed to be a conveyance provided that it is not an instrument of partition....

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Government proposed to amend Indian Stamp Act, 1899

Corporate Law - The Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance, has released the draft Amendment Bill (“Bill”) containing the proposed amendments in the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 (“Act”). Changes are proposed in numerous provisions of the century old enactment. The Bill has been sent to all the State Governments for obtaining their views and the sam...

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Stamp duty is applicable on purchase of Property in Public Auction

Corporate Law - The Madras High Court has held that an instrument, whether a certificate of sale or sale deed, issued in a public auction of properties, was chargeable with stamp duty under Article 18 read with Article 23 of Schedule I to the Indian Stamp Act, 1899....

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Appeal to simplify & speedup procedure for approval u/s. 36A(3) of Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 in respect of raising loan or deposit

Corporate Law - Thus, for the benefit of all the Public Charitable and Religious Trusts, Trustee & all such Trusts should jointly make a petition before Law Minister, Law and Judiciary Department Sachivalaya, Maharashtra to amend this and other similar provisions in such a way that the approval should be granted/rejected within 3/4 months on the lines of...

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Law Commission in favour of amendment in Indian Stamp Act 1899 and Court-fees Act 1870

Corporate Law - The Law Commission is in favour of amending the country's archaic Indian Stamp Act 1899 and the Court-fees Act 1870, which entail payment of stamp duty on instruments and court-fee on documents to be filed in courts only in the form of adhesive stamps or stamped papers.Taking up the obsolete statutes suo motu for a thorough study, the Law...

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Stamp Duty on purchase of land in SEZ

Corporate Law - Section 57 read with Third Schedule of the SEZ Act, 2005, has amended the provisions of Indian Stamp Act, 1899 so that no duty shall be chargeable in respect of any instrument executed by or on behalf of or in favour of the Developer or Unit or in connection with the carrying out of purposes of the […]...

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SC stays HC order on Levy of Stamp Duty on Advertisement Agreements

Indian broadcasting foundation vs state of maharashtra and ORS (Supreme Court of India) - Argument that it affects the freedom of press and freedom of speech and expression as enshrined under Article 19(1) (a) of the Constitution of India, is mercurial proponement because levy of stamp duty has nothing to do with the concepts that have been highlighted by the learned counsel for the peti...

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SC stays HC order on Levy of Stamp Duty on Advertisement Agreements

Indian broadcasting foundation vs state of maharashtra and ORS (Supreme Court of India)

Argument that it affects the freedom of press and freedom of speech and expression as enshrined under Article 19(1) (a) of the Constitution of India, is mercurial proponement because levy of stamp duty has nothing to do with the concepts that have been highlighted by the learned counsel for the petitioner-Foundation....

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Stamp Paper Has Validity…Yes…!!!

The basic purpose of Indian Stamp Act, 1899 is to raise revenue for Government, and government would like to earn more money either by imposing a tax or by charging Duty and in that Duty includes the Stamp Duty, the matter is not relevant but the money is more important for government in the present scenario....

Read More

Government proposed to amend Indian Stamp Act, 1899

The Department of Revenue, Ministry of Finance, has released the draft Amendment Bill (“Bill”) containing the proposed amendments in the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 (“Act”). Changes are proposed in numerous provisions of the century old enactment. The Bill has been sent to all the State Governments for obtaining their views and the sam...

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Stamp duty is applicable on purchase of Property in Public Auction

The Madras High Court has held that an instrument, whether a certificate of sale or sale deed, issued in a public auction of properties, was chargeable with stamp duty under Article 18 read with Article 23 of Schedule I to the Indian Stamp Act, 1899....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Appeal to simplify & speedup procedure for approval u/s. 36A(3) of Bombay Public Trust Act, 1950 in respect of raising loan or deposit

Thus, for the benefit of all the Public Charitable and Religious Trusts, Trustee & all such Trusts should jointly make a petition before Law Minister, Law and Judiciary Department Sachivalaya, Maharashtra to amend this and other similar provisions in such a way that the approval should be granted/rejected within 3/4 months on the lines of...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Law Commission in favour of amendment in Indian Stamp Act 1899 and Court-fees Act 1870

The Law Commission is in favour of amending the country's archaic Indian Stamp Act 1899 and the Court-fees Act 1870, which entail payment of stamp duty on instruments and court-fee on documents to be filed in courts only in the form of adhesive stamps or stamped papers.Taking up the obsolete statutes suo motu for a thorough study, the Law...

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Stamp Duty Rates as Per Bombay Stamp Act, 1958

The Explanation to the definition provides that any instrument by which one co-owner transfers his property to another co-owner would be deemed to be a conveyance provided that it is not an instrument of partition....

Read More
Posted Under: Corporate Law |

Stamp Duty on purchase of land in SEZ

Section 57 read with Third Schedule of the SEZ Act, 2005, has amended the provisions of Indian Stamp Act, 1899 so that no duty shall be chargeable in respect of any instrument executed by or on behalf of or in favour of the Developer or Unit or in connection with the carrying out of purposes of the […]...

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Posted Under: Corporate Law |

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