I have a pre-sanction loan from the bank at 80% of the value of the property. now I had been looking for properties in the suburbs of Mumbai @cost 67.95lac. Rs. 101.000 / – as confirmation of reservation (construction not yet started) The client asks for 30% DP reservation amount now as 8% on empty, as 6% on the basement, as 6% on the base…. My banker, who asks to register the property to benefit from 80% of the amount of the reservation (which is 30% of the value of the property). My question is, how can I pay stamp duty / on what amount stamp duty? since full payment for the property has not yet taken place?, what do I need to register? In this case, which bank must provide me with financing? Secondly, I know of more than 5% stamp duty and registration fees. What is TDS, ST &MVAT? All this, I would have to pay hv now to get a loan from the bank. Please help me understand all this, I`m too confused. (f) regulating the form in which registrars must perform acts (2) Each of those registrars may also, at its discretion, record a communication on the content of the statement of each of those persons, and that statement shall be read or interpreted into a language (if made in a language with which that person is not familiar); with which she is familiar; and if he accepts the accuracy of such a notification, it must be signed by the registrar. Thank you Sheetal.
I will soon buy an apartment. But it was much more difficult to understand the stamp duty and registration fees involved. Your documentaries are worth understanding. c) Subject to the provisions of § 62, any document approved for registration must be immediately copied into the book provided for this purpose in the order of its approval. 86. The registrar is not responsible for things done or refused in good faith that have been done or refused in his or her official capacity No registrar shall be liable for any actions, claims or claims based on things done or refused in good faith in his or her official capacity. 2. Where the order of the Registrar indicates the registration of the document and the document is duly presented for registration within thirty days of the delivery of the order, the Sub-Chancellor shall obey it and, as far as possible, apply the procedure laid down in Articles 58, 59 and 60; and such registration shall take effect as if the document had been registered at the time of the first formal application for registration. 19. Documents in a language that is not understood by the registration officer If a document duly presented for registration is available in a language that the registrar does not understand and that is not common in the district, he must refuse the registration of the document, unless there is an actual translation into a language used in the district and an authentic copy. About four years ago, I bought a commercial property in my wife and name. Now we want to include our son`s name as a co-owner in the property.
I prepared an affidavit from my wife and I to include my son`s name in the property and the share certificate. Do we have to go through stamp duty and registration again? Or is sworn insurance with NOC enough? I have to pay 0.1% stamp duty (on the sales counter-performance) for the registration of the sales contract in Bengaluru. You can pl. Let me know if sellers and buyers are needed (physically) at the time of payment of stamp duty and registration of the sales contract at the registry office OR can we delegate to third parties to obtain stamp duty on the sales contract? (b) order the registration of a document in accordance with paragraph 72 or 75, issue an order for refusal and state the reasons for that order in its book No. 2 and issue to it without delay, at the request of a person performing or requesting the document, a copy of the reasons registered for that purpose. . . .