… The application was rejected by the court second part of the order of 10.1.2008 only on the grounds that after the execution of the sale agreement of 29.4.1993, the deed of sale was executed on the right mouth… Cancellation of the sale, then the reference date can be put up for sale in a contract, as a result, the sale statement has been made. The deed of sale is an independent document, requires … and may also require registration. The document, if stamp duty and registration require other than the deed of sale, this document must also be examined for the purposes of the approval of the document… Section 50C of the Act is a specific provision for determining the total value of the consideration when transferring real estate. It provides that the value thus accepted, assessed or appeased is considered the total value of the consideration and that capital gains are calculated on the basis of section 48 of the Income Tax Act where the agreed consideration for the transfer of real estate or buildings or both is less than the value agreed by the stamp assessment authority for the payment of stamp tax. … Shaji P. Chaly, J.: The petitioners filed a registration contract with the first respondent by paying a stamp duty equivalent to 2% of the advance amount.
1 interviewed… refused to register the sales contract, because of why the petitioners have to pay a fee for the entire sales consideration. According to the petitioners, a sponsor is not entitled to pay the registration fee for the… the opponent stated that the petitioners were prepared to pay the deposit tax, as requested by the respondent. However, the payment of stamp duty is made… Given the basic design of Section 45 r.w.s. 2 (47) of the Act and Section 53A of the TPA, we are now focusing on paragraphs 43CA, 50C and 56 (2) (x) of the act and its impact on the sale and deed of sale agreement. We only analyzed section 50C in the article, because the other sections have a language similar to that used in the statue in section 50C of the law. It is common practice for a BTA to be structured as a “sale agreement.” In such cases, the agreement provides a general framework under which the company is transferred to the reference date. The BTA as such cannot contemplate any transfer and require the completion of a “promotional act” [see end note 5] on or before the completion date of the transfer. However, there are cases in which the agreement contains recitals concerning the payment of the consideration, the transfer of the property to the property and the remittances of those assets.
In such cases, the BTA is the colour of a “transportation” and stamp duty is levied accordingly. Sales turnover under sales contract: 1.00,000 Rs. … The question of the controversy between the parties is whether or not the purchase agreement of 24-8-1998 is properly stamped and whether or not it is responsible for stamp duty and sanction under section 24-8-1998, whether it is responsible for stamp duty and punishment under section 24-8-1998, if it is responsible for stamp duty and the penalty under section 24-8-1998 and is responsible for stamp duty and sentence under section 2 4-8-1998 and if it is responsible for stamp duty and sentence under section 24-8-1998, and the matter is insufficiently stamped and is therefore responsible for stamp duty and punishment , and unless the same thing is paid, the purchase agreement in question cannot be considered for other purposes. Part of a multi-storey building or for the development/sale of other land. Another reading of the stamp duty mentioned in column 2 also indicates that this provision… The BS Act follows a system similar to that of the IS Act, with Article 5 of its list imposing stamp duty on an instrument that is an “agreement or its records or memorandum of agreement”.