The Indian Stamp Act of 1899 was enacted to consolidate and amend the Stamp Act. It extended to all of India, with the exception of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The Indian Stamp Act, 1899 is the central enactment and the state has the power to pass the Indian Stamp Act in 1899 with a change of it to match the state-specific transaction. Some states have introduced Schedule I in the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 is stamp duty payable in the state. States such as the Maharashtra (The Bombay Stamp Act, 1958.), Gujarat (The Gujarat Stamp Act 1958), Karnataka (The Karnataka Stamp Act, 1957), Kerala (The Kerala Stamp Act 1959) and Rajasthan (The Rajasthan Stamp Act, 1998) have their own Stamp Act, while many states follow the Indian Stamp Act, 1899. (4) Exemption of instruments for consular and consular officials. – “In the exercise of the powers conferred by Article (a) of Section 9 of the Bombay Stamp Act of 1958 (Bombay LX 1958) and in the exercise of the provisions set out in the attached timetable, the Bombay Government herely transfers the stamp duty by the entire State of Bombay, by which each instrument (except the instrument, which falls under section 91 of List I of the Seventh List of the Indian Constitution) when requested by or in favour of the Appeal Commander, the Assistant High Commissioner for the United Kingdom and staff of any consular mission stationed in Greater Bombay (hereafter referred to as consular officers in question) are in cases where these consular officers would be required to pay the obligation under that Act for that exemption. , – rule 10. For online registration, stamp and registration fees are paid online to the Maharashtra government through the Government Receipt Accounting System (GRAS) (Virtual Treasury) or any other government-imposed payment method.
2. When a collector acting in accordance with Sections 31, 39 or 40 has doubts about the amount of the obligation to charge an instrument: may make a declaration of the case and, by its own opinion, refer it to the decision of the Chief Controlling Revenue Authority: notification by Section 9 (a) of the Bombay Stamp Act, 1958, no Mudrank.2003/692/C.R.186/M-1, October 20, 2003 (M.G.G., Exceptional No. 261, Part IV-B, page 1108, October 20, 2003) – In the exercise of the powers conferred by Section (a) of section 9 of the Bombay Stamp Act, 1958 (Bombay LX 1958), the Government of Maharashtra, convinced that this is necessary in the public interest, reduction of stamp duty from April 1, 2003 to March 31, 204 , the instruments covered by Article 5, (c) (2) and (3) Article 19 and Article 43 of Article 43 of Article 43 of the aforementioned Act on the Transfer of Shares, on all trading terminals in the State of Maharashtra, where the actual delivery of rupees for each rupee is not ten thousand or fractions within the prescribed time frame.