2.3 An instrument that covers or is related to several different matters is debited from the total amount of tax that each instrument should have charged. 5.1 According to section 34 of the Act, any act that is insufficiently or not inadmissible as evidence for any purpose, for example.B. before a civil court. These instruments may be authorized as evidence against payment of the amount of customs duty required and a penalty of 2% per month on the defaulting amount of duty calculated from the date of execution. However, the maximum penalty may not exceed four times the amount of the duty. Tax identical to that of a rental deed for the remaining duration of the rental contract. The same tax as on a transport, but on the market value of the goods with the highest value 4.8 Stamp duty must be paid at the rates indicated in Annex I. In the case of instruments based on the market value of the immovable property, the concept of immovable property which is the subject of an instrument is the price that the property would have obtained if it were sold on the open market at the time of the execution of that instrument or if the consideration indicated in the instrument was indicated, whichever is higher. 4.2 Instruments that are performed only from Maharashtra may be stamped within three months of first receipt in India. ₹ 500 + 0.5% of the order value on ₹ 10 lakhs. The maximum tax is 25 Lakhs Similarly, Article 5 (g) of the KS Law imposes stamp duty to be paid in respect of an agreement for the sale of movable property.
In the event that the holding of movable property is delivered or agreed without the performance of an act of transfer, the stamp duty provided for in this contract is 3% (3%) of the consideration or market value of the property, whichever is greater. In the event that ownership of the property is not delivered, the stamp duty obligation is limited to the INR twenty thousand. Apart from these provisions, a residual clause provided for in Article 5(j) of the KS Act provides that any agreement which is not expressly provided for in Article 5 is correctly stamped for two hundred INR. Therefore, the stamp duty to be paid on a BTA performed in the State of Karnataka depends on the structure of the BTA, whether the deed of transfer is proposed by the parties in respect of movable property that is part of the commercial enterprise and whether a commercial enterprise allegedly transferred as part of a BTA can be assimilated to movable assets or immovable property. This tax is calculated according to the value of the property and usually amounts to a certain percentage of the total amount to be paid. While the rate of stamp duty varies from one State to another, the general basic principle of the tax remains the same. Stamp duty is considered a legal tax that must be paid in full when concluding a transaction. While the buyer usually pays stamp duty, there are cases where the buyer and seller decide to distribute the stamp duty in accordance with a previously signed agreement. It is customary for a BTA to be structured as a “sales agreement”. In such cases, the agreement provides a general framework under which the business is transferred on the reference date.
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