4.2 Instruments that are performed only from Maharashtra may be stamped within three months of first receipt in India. In a move that will provide borrowers and banks with much-needed relief, the Maharashtra government amended the Maharashtra Stamp Act of 1958 to introduce a cap on stamp duty on instruments related to pledging, pledging and fair mortgage. 1. The value of the largest remaining share after division is excluded from the tax w.e.f. 01/12/1989 the validity of the stamp paper is only 6 months. In accordance with the provisions of § 52-B, stamps purchased within six months and not used are then invalidated. The bank then enters this data into the virtual treasury and generates the e-SBTR on a special secure stationery preprinted by the government, which serves as proof of payment of stamp duty. Since the E-SBTR is issued on the specific government document, it is necessary to physically retrieve the e-SBTR in the relevant branch of the bank, upon presentation of a printout of the entry form and an online payment confirmation for stamp duty. In accordance with Article 30, in the absence of an agreement to the contrary, the payment of stamp duty is subject to the manner in which it is provided for certain types of documents.
Mortgage credit, release, for guarantee, liquidation, surety, etc. in case of transfer, the scholarship holder and the tenant of the tenants pay the stamp duty in case of exchange of ownership, both parties to pay the stamp duty in equal shares. In the event of division, the parties would have to pay stamp duty in relation to their respective shares. . . .