Therefore, if you are looking for or living in a rented house, apartment or house, you must register the same thing and stamp duty must be paid for it. The lease agreement is also known as a lease agreement and is a written contract between the owner of a property (the owner) and the tenant who accepts it as a rental. The agreement defines the conditions on which the property is leased, for example.B.: description of the property (address, type and size), monthly rent, deposit, purpose for which the property can be used (residential or commercial building), and duration of the contract. Its terms and conditions can be negotiated, but once signed, it is mandatory for both the lessor and the tenant. It also sets out the conditions under which the agreement can be terminated. Stamp duty must be paid in accordance with Section 3 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899. This is a tax paid to the state, similar to that of income tax. Stamp duty must be paid in full and must be paid within the allotted time. If the payment of stamp duty is delayed, a fine is imposed. An instrument or document to pay stamp duty is considered a legal and legitimate document and may be admitted into evidence in court.

Any document that is not properly stamped cannot be admitted as evidence in court. Stamp duty is set in the current legislation on stamps of the Indian state where the property is located for the execution of a rental contract. According to the Indian Constitution, stamp duty on these instruments is a “state issue” and the applicable stamp duty may therefore vary from state to state. Stamp duty payable is subject to the U.P. Stamp Act 2008. If a property is rented for 24 months with a monthly rent of Rs20,000 for the first 12 months and 22,000 Rs. per month for the next 12 months. The registration fee of this agreement would be: 2% of the average rent for 12 months: Rs5.040, (average monthly rent is Rs21,000, average annual rent is 21000 – 12 and 2% is Rs5,040).

Can I find out how much stamp duty of construction on land 618.43 m2 in survey No. 102, village of vasna chacharwadi, Ta: Sanand, Distr: Ahmedabad must be paid. It`s a still property. The buyer is a man. Stamp duty or non-postal stamps are collected at a crossroads (M.S. Building, Lal Darwaja Boro) and then distributed to the rest of Gujarat. The head of the knot is the superintendent of stamps. Non-postal stamps are received by the India Security Press Nasik and distributed to district finance offices throughout the state. You will find a list of recorders and non-recorders under stamp duty in the state of Gujarat. Stamp duty varies from state to state and may also depend on gender, communal areas or income categories within the state. In Gujarat, the property tax rate is 3.50% and the total rate is 4.90%, or 4.90 rus per litre.