This clearly shows that maharashtra Stamp Act also imposes stamp duty on electronic agreements. This justifies the need for electronic agreements to also fall within the scope of the stamp law and must therefore be stamped. agreement. In view of the decision in the Veena Hasmukh Jain case (2 above), therefore mark the above sale agreement on her behalf. 2. It can be indisputable that the document relating to the sale of real estate valued at more than 100 ru.-Rs./- requires registration under Section 17 of the Registration Act, 1908 (short for registration law). However, Section 17 of the Registration Act is governed by Section 49 of the Registration Act, which states that an unregistered document may also be received as evidence for secondary purposes. Here, too, Section 49 of the Registration Act Section 35 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899, states that if no stamp duty and penalty is paid, no document can be obtained as evidence of any purpose. Therefore, subject to sections 49 of the Registration Act and 35 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 and subject to the evidence, relevance and admissibility that the petitioner (1st accused) may assert during the appeal process, the document, the unre pirated deed of sale ex. A9, can be obtained as evidence. The only discrepancy in an unmarked agreement is the creation of an agreement not stamped in court as evidence. Section 35 of the Stamp Act de qualifies a document that does not have the necessary stamp duty in court as inadmissible. However, there are exceptions to this provision and do not completely negate the right of the parties to apply such an unstamped agreement.

Under this section, an unstamped agreement may be authorized in court by paying the deficit stamp duty at the same time as a penalty, i.e. an amount varying from state to state. In the event of a deficit and penalty, the agreement is deemed to be fully stamped. the above terms will arise from the fact that an agreement specifically containing our requirement on the legal validity of e-agreements can be found here. Art.47 A , Statement I by A.P. Stempelgesetz – An agreement to sell an agricultural property, whether the property was delivered earlier or later, must be considered as a deed of sale and be as such responsible for the payment of stamp duty and penalty, as if it were a deed of sale – a sale agreement, no consideration of the delivery of the property – subsequent approval on the back of the sale agreement – the possession was delivered after payment of the consideration of the balance – The first instance rejected unduly l `objection – – delivery follows means – authorized review – to pay stamp duty and penalty for receipt of the document if the defendant has his document in The cease and destable action wants to mark – petitioner claims to be the landowner who acs.4.58 cents in survey No.701/2 and Acs.3.40 Cents in Survey No.701/1 of Mamillapalle Village , Chintakommadinne Mandal, Kadapa district. He intended to sell the land and, as a result, approached Deputy Chancellor Kadapa (Rural), asking him to provide the necessary information on stamp duty, registration fees, etc. The petitioner states that respondent No.

4 refuses to disclose this information on the grounds that the tax authorities have included the country in the above investigation numbers. The petitioner feels saddened by the actions of the interviewees. It argues that the only basis for respondents to list the country as a government country is the points on some revenue accounting columns.