Stamp Duty For Registration Of Rent Agreement In Maharashtra

Stamp Duty: Bombay HC stamp duty cannot be levied for past transactions. In the state of Maharashtra, it is mandatory to register the holiday and licensing agreement, and it is the responsibility and responsibility of the lessor/licensor to pay the correct stamp duty u/a 36A of the Bombay Stamp Act, 1958 and should be registered u/s 17 of the Registration Act, 1908. The applicant can pay taxes and stamp duties online by generating a challan receipt online. The calculation of stamp duty is usually based on some information to mention when registering a property: It is very easy to calculate (for each twelve-month period) simply choose the months, then enter the refundable deposit value and or the value of non-payment, if mentioned in the document, select the type of compensation / rent, and finally, select a property in rural or urban area and click on the Calculate button and you will receive the stamp duty and registration fee as well as the tax deducted at source (T. D. 1) In other words, if a document sets the stamp duty 101 or more up to ₹ 149, then the payment is 100. 2) If the amount of stamp duty is equal to or greater than ₹150,199, the payment is ₹200. How to calculate stamp duty on holidays and license agreement in Maharashtra? We tried to explain it in a simple way, so it`s easy to understand. 1. (R) Rental 12000/- [Monthly rent] 2. (M) month 12 [months] 3. 12. Total rental =(R) x (M) 144000 = 12000 x 12 4.

Mr President, My refundable deposit is 10% 10000 = 100000 x 10% 5. (NRD) Non-refundable deposit 24000/- 6. Mr Ta) Tax base = (RD) + (NRD) + (TR) 178000 = 10000 + 10000 + 10000 2400 + 144000 7. (TA) x 0.25% 8. (SD) Stamp duty = (TA) x 0.25% 445 =178000 x 0.25% 9. (RSD) Rounded stamp duty (in accordance with section 70 subsection 70) 2 of Mr S. . . .