Stamp Duty On Investment Agreement In Maharashtra

(21) Mortgage supporting documents for certain financial agencies for advances for the acquisition of fixed assets in certain areas or for the creation of small industries, etc. – In exercising the powers conferred by Section 9 of the Bombay Stamp Act, 1958 (Bombay LX 1958), (hereafter referred to as the “so-called law”), and the surrender of the government`s mandate, revenue management and forests, for each entry into Parts I and II of Schedule II of Schedule II, the Government of Maharashtras, effective October 1, 1988, transfers, for each entry into Parts I and II of Schedule II of Schedule II, the stamp tax applicable to each mortgage that has been used by a person to ensure the repayment of the money specified by the financial agency attached to this purpose. , where such a loan is granted for the purchase of tangible assets such as machinery, land and buildings, for the construction of a new industrial entity or for the extension or extension and/or diversification of an existing industrial unit in the Talukas pillar in the Talukas pillar (2). , in Part I of Appendix II or for the start-up of a small industrial unit or for the extension or expansion or diversification of a small existing industrial unit in the talukas indicated in column (3) of the districts shown in column (2) of the districts shown in the column (2). And the Maharashtra government believes it is appropriate to allow such a duty of stamp duty with certain changes. (1) In order to benefit from a reduction in stamp duty under this application, it is necessary for the developer or the beneficiary to affix the certificate issued by the person responsible for the performance concerned to the instrument. (17) Freedom Fighters Agreement. – “In the exercise of the powers conferred by Article 9 of Article 9 of the Bombay Stamp Act of 1958 (Bombay LX 1958), the Government of Maharashtra hereafter transfers the obligation under that law to the state as a whole for any agreement that freedom fighters must grant them with respect to the granting of financial aid by the government.” (20) Leasing instrument for subletting, etc. – In the exercise of the powers conferred by paragraph (a) of Section 9 of the Bombay Stamp Act of 1958 (Bombay LX 1958), the Government of Maharashtra here again reduced the obligation to use a leasing instrument, including sublease or sublease, and any lease or sublease agreement for machinery leases, 1956, legal bodies and other organizations that are in force under a law for a leasing activity under the Leasing Act. under clause (a) or (c) of Article 36 of Schedule I to this Act, as stated below: – [3) If the collector who acts under the subsections (1) and (2) is not the collector of the district and if he has reason to believe that the market value of the building, [it determines, for stamp duty assessment, the true market value of this property, as provided for by the Bombay stamp system (determining the real market value of the property) of 1995.

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