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Problems one encounters when they try on how to avoid stamp duty

published at 2012-08-12 04:56:34
The process required in order to register a piece pf property is usually long and hard. It is expensive and time consuming and this is true for any country you find yourself in. Besides the actual price that you have to pay for the land you buy, there are also numerous fees and taxes which you need to cover, usually for all the legal documents you will require.... More

Exemption from Stamp Duty, are you elgible?

published at 2012-08-12 04:45:45
An exemption from stamp duty is just like an exemption from any other tax. There are specific instances where this is applicable and the criteria used to assert those instances will vary from country to country and even from region to region. In India each government has the ability to dictate the rules concerning how much stamp duty should be, how it should be paid and who could receive exemption... More

Indemnity Stamp Duty payment

published at 2012-08-04 01:18:45
An indemnity has a very broad meaning and, in most cases, it can be synonymous with compensation. It is a sum of money which one party agrees to pay to another party in the event of the second party suffering a loss. It should be noted that the one who pays this compensation, known as the indemnitor, does not have to be responsible for the loss. Common forms of indemnities include cash payments, r... More

Buy Stamp Papers Online

published at 2012-03-04 19:58:05
Stamp papers are currently phasing out and government is introducing e stamp method to pay the amount in electronic format. People buy blank stamp papers to write their business matter and will be executed when presented to the court. This is one of the ways government collects taxes on the stamp papers.... More

What is Stamp Paper and how is it used to pay stamp duty

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“What is stamp paper” is a question which most people will not be familiar with. That is because even though it used to be a preferred method of covering taxes and fees on certain services that required legal documents, it has fallen out of favor in most countries nowadays and its usage is restricted.... More
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