2.3 An instrument that covers or concerns several different issues is too resilient with the total amount of tariffs for which each instrument would have been charged. 4.7 Whoever bears and pays stamp duty is a matter of agreement between the parties. In the absence of such an agreement, the law provides that in the case of transport, the tax must be paid by the buyer and, in the case of a lease agreement, by the taker. In the case of obligations, unlocking, settlement, it is paid by the person who or the subscription of the instrument. In the event of an exchange, they must be paid equally by the parties and, in the event of division, by the parties in proportion to their respective shares. In all other cases, it must be paid by the person running the instrument. 2.4 When a piece of legislation is drafted to be covered by more than one article in Schedule I, it is imposed under this section, which levies the highest amount of stamp duty. 4.8 Stamp duty must be paid at Schedule I rates. Depending on the instrument, it can be based on market value, surface or various other criteria. For instruments based on the market value of the property, the term for each property subject to an instrument indicates the price that property would have obtained if it had been sold on the open market at the time of the performance of such an instrument or consideration, according to the highest value. MAHARASHTRA GOVERNMENT Thursday, July 8, 2000 Part 4 A REVENUE and Forest Department Mantralaya, Mumbai 400,032, dated June 8, 2000 Notification The Registration Act, 1908. No.
RGN.2000/2120/CR-592/M-1- In the exercise of the powers conferred by paragraphs 78 and 79 of the Registration Act, 1908 (XVI 1908), in its application to the State of Maharashtra, read with subsection (1) of Section 55 of the Mahartra Rent Act Control, 1999 (Mah. 18th of 2000), the government of Maharashtra amended the ROYALty TABLEAU, which was established under Section 78 and published under the government`s note, Ministry of Taxation No. 2000, effective in 2000. Rgn. 1558/67731-N, dated 17 July 1961, as requested in section 79, namely: in the royalty table above, the following article is interested in Article III, namely; “III A For the registration of a document of the leave and licensing agreement, if this document relates to the property; A borders; Municipal Corporation 1000 In any other area 500 On order and on behalf of the Governor of Maharashtra, P. G. CHHATRE Undersecretarys Government Each state in India has its own unique scale to collect stamp taxes, and we have made the machine available to our users so that they can calculate the holiday tax and licensing agreement for the state of Maharashtra. It is very easy to calculate (for each twelve-month period) just choose the months then enter the refundable deposit value and or non-deposit value if mentioned in the document, then select the type of compensation/rental, and finally, select real estate in rural or urban areas and click the calculation button and you get the STAMP – FEE REGISTRATION with TAXED AT SOURCE (T.