Section 51 of Shedule 1 of the Bombay Stamp Act mentions stamp duty on five hundred rupees (item 500/-) on the return of the mortgaged property. Section 27 of Schedule 1A to the West Bengal Stamp Act establishes stamp duty on bonds by reference or separate deed of transmission. The stamp duty varies from the lowest of the 10 paises to the amount not exceeding 10 rupees, up to three rupees and seventy-five paises, where it is between paragraph 900 and paragraph 1000. If the amount is more than a thousand rupees, one eighty rupee is pished for five hundred. Section 54 of Schedule 1A of the Delhi Stamp Act provides that the stamp duty on the return of the mortgaged immovable property is 3% of the equivalent set out in the deed. A 2% discount may be granted if the property is held by a woman or woman. If the assets are held jointly by the woman, the reduction is only envisaged for the shares she holds. The central excise duty is an indirect tax levied on products manufactured in India. Excise goods have been defined as subject to excise duty by the Central Excise Act. The word „goods“ does not. Where the transfer concerns immovable property situated within a municipality, a cantonal council or declared areas, the stamp duty to be paid is one hundred rupees (rs.100/-). Section 34(d) of the Karnataka Stamp Act List sets stamp duty on the deed of attachment of movable property when the loan or debt is repayable on request – Section 6 of the Karnataka Stamp Act sets the stamp duty on the fair mortgage.
Section 37 of Schedule 1 of the Bombay Stamp Act states that the stamp duty on the letter of guarantee must be one hundred rupees. Section 40 of the West Bengal Stamp Act provides that the stamp duty of the mortgage deed does not have an agreement regarding – In the event that ownership is not given or agreed, the stamp duty paid is five rupees per mile which are (0.5%) for the amount secured by that deed. The lower ceiling for the payment of stamp duty is one hundred rupees (rule 100/-) and the upper ceiling is ten lakh rupees. With the introduction of these amendments, the document must contain counterparty contracts, any fixed assets, including the sale agreement within the meaning of section 53A of the Transfer of Property Act, 1882, if they were executed on or after September 24, 2001. . . .