Agreement On 10 Rupees Stamp Paper

As stated above, agreements deposited on an old stamp document are valid. In Thiruvengada Pillai vs. Navaneethammal & Anr. (see here) was decided by the Honourable Supreme Court that the Indian Stamp Act does not impose an expiry date for the use of stamp paper. The 6-month period referred to in section 54 simply indicates that a person holding stamp paper for which he or she has not had immediate employment and for which that stamp is not damaged, unfit or unnecessary may return it to the collector and be reimbursed for the value of the stamp paper after deduction of Paise per rupee. Section 54 does not require a person to use stamp paper within six months of purchase. Therefore, the refund of an old stamp document cannot be made after six months, but there is no restriction on its use. I purchased the stamp paper (ESBTR stamp tax) on July 27, 2018 and I just received a letter of assist (dated March 19) from MHADA – Maharashtra Housing and Area Development Authority, Resignation Officer does not accept this stamp duty receipt. Can you tell me how this stamp duty should be used or how it can extend its validity? If such a stamp is not corrupt, unfit or useless and you do not have immediate use, you can refund it to the collector within six months of purchase.

In accordance with the provisions of the Section 54 Indian Stamp Act, it reimburses you your money after deduction of 10 Paise per rupee. You can use this document to perform a contract that dates from the date indicated in the registration document, but was performed before the registration date. Such an old agreement may be executed on such a stamp document. But if you only do this to deceive the government or take away from it the obligations and penalties provided for by the Indian Stamp Act or Registration Act or any other law in force in India, then you can be punished. Filing date is 29.02.2012, document date is 15.02.2012 and filing date is 29.02.2012 document is an act of settling accounts. Is this valid? or other family members can go to Thiruvengada Pillai vs. Navaneethammal & Anr. (see here) has been decided by the Supreme Court that a stamp paper, even if it is more than six months old, is valid for use. Section 54 only prohibits refund after six months of purchase, but it does not limit the use of such old stamp paper for an agreement….

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