Seven percent (7%) if the value of the property exceeds the rupees, thirty Lakhs (r. 30.00.000 /-) and is at the place where the Kolkata Improvement Act, 1911 or the Howrah Improvement Act, 1911 extends. The rate of stamp duty is the same when the property is located in areas other than those referred to in clause (a). The sales agreement is also a document related to the sale and therefore falls under the article. In addition, from the beginning of the listing, I would like to make it clear that this listing only concerns stocks and bonds. However, the new amendments concern securities and bonds and the definition of securities under the Stamp Act is very broad and includes securities within the meaning of the Securities Contracts Act (Regulation) Act, 1956, derivatives, certificates of deposit, trading account, etc. 2. These shares and bonds must not be stamped, that is: 100 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 000 2. The second part deals with shares and bonds traded through the depositary, which is read in accordance with rule 5 of the stamp rule, but it should be noted that the new issue is subject to stamp duty. In the case of a new edition, the most interesting point comes when we analyze it in the context of the bonus issue.
Given that, in accordance with Sub-Rule 3 of Rule 6 of the Indian Stamp Rule (collection of stamp duty by exchanges, clearing companies and depositaries) Rule 2019 mentions that this new issue is subject to stamp duty, but in accordance with Section 9A(1)(c), stamp duty in the event of a new issue on the basis of market value, but since § 2, point 16B is the market value for securities traded on a stock exchange, the price at which they are traded, but for other types of securities, it is the consideration mentioned in the instrument. As in the case of Bonus Issue, no consideration is paid, it is used in the field of stamp duty. The same is true of the positive agreement in the FAQs published by the revenue department and sebi. In addition, a new subsection (3) has been inserted by the 2019 Finance Act. In accordance with the newly inserted subsection, the parties to the transaction, in the case of the issue, sale and transfer of securities, do not have the freedom to choose the main document, but the instrument on which stamp duty is paid in accordance with Section 9A is considered to be a principal document and not a stamp duty (again re. 1) payable on other documents relating to the same transaction. In List-I, Union List, Entry No. 91, provides that “stamp tax rate for foreign exchange, cheques, promissor notes, bills of lading, flow of credit, insurance policies, transfer of shares, bonds, letters and receipts” It is therefore clear that the central government has the power to determine the rate of stamp duty with respect to shares and bonds. . .