8. If the payment is made in part or in increments, the transfer to the total market value must be made. The same obligation as in the case of a reference transport In addition, the Amendment Amendment Act covers other types of “derivatives” within the meaning of Section 45U (a) of the Reserve Bank of India, 1934 (the “RBI Act”). Derivatives, as a matter of the RBI Act, mean “the instrument to be settled at a later date, the value of which derives from a change in the interest rate, exchange rate, credit rating or credit index, securities price (also known as “underlying”) or a combination of more than one of them and includes interest rate swaps, futures, foreign exchange swaps, foreign exchange swaps, currency options, currency rupee options or other instruments that can be established by the bank on time.” When we read Section 3, it is obvious that stamp duty should not be paid on the transaction, but on the instrument we use to execute such a transaction. The question now is what the instrument is and whether stock certificates or share transfer certificates and allied documents are instruments. 3. In the case of corporate merger/re-enactment, the market value of the transferred company`s shares is the value of the shares on the stock exchange on the “designated day” of the plan or on the date of the court order. If the shares are not listed or unlisted, market value refers to the value of the shares to the ceding company or the value determined by the collector. Prior to notification of the provisions of Part 1 of Chapter IV of the Finance Act, the transfer of Demat securities was not subject to stamp duty. The Finance Act aims to put an end to the easing of this transfer and provided for the collection and collection of stamp duty when transferring securities in electronic form.

This amendment aims to put an end to the greatest advantage for the dematerialization of all security. If the agreement is valid for a period of no more than 60 months and refers to the property inside: although there are many reasons to change the law on stamps, some of the reasons are very explicit and others are not. However, no one can deny that the Stamp Act, because of its archaic nature, has been waiting for such a change for some time, especially if we see it in light of the technological changes that the financial market has undergone over the past (1) decade. Beyond these technological reasons, other legal and administrative reasons, such as multiple rates for stamp duty for a similar transaction, litigation, multiple levies, all this increases transaction costs and blocks in the development of a well-structured securities market and hinder the formation of capital. Same entitle as for transportation on the amount guaranteed by the facts 2. The second part concerns shares and bonds that are read through the custodian under Rule 5 of stamp duty. Article 29 of the Schedule 1-A of the Karnataka Stamp Duty Act of 1957 provides stamp duty on the loan of compensation, if the amount not compensated does not exceed thousands of rupees, the stamp duty is fifty paises per 100 rupees, or 0.5% if it exceeds one thousand rupees, the duty of stamp paid is two cents. Article 5, point c) of Schedule 1A of the Act sets stamp duty at 50 rupees for agreements or agreements relating to the sale of property and personal property. Introduction In accordance with the Indian Stamp Act of 1899, the central government imposes stamp duty on the exchange of instruments when an instrument is defined as any document by which a right or liability is created or allegedly created, transferred, limited, limited, extended, deleted or registered.