In order to reduce the impact of stamp duty, people paid a substantial amount as an interest-free surety, as well as nominal rent. This gap has been filled and, in cases where a refundable deposit is recovered by the owner, a fictitious annual rate of 10% is set on an interest-free deposit and you must pay stamp duty at the same rate for each year of the term of the licence agreement. It`s very easy to calculate, (for each twelve-month period) simply choose the months, then enter the refundable deposit value and or the non-deposit value, if mentioned in the document, then select the type of compensation/rental, and finally, select properties in rural or urban areas and click the calculation button and you will receive the STAMP DUTY – REGISTRATION FEE with TAXED AT SOURCE (T. D. S.) To register the contract, you will need some basic documents from the tenant, landlord and witnesses, such as a passport-sized photo. B, a photocopy of proof of identity (for example. B PAN card) and the electricity bill or real estate document such as index II or receipt of taxes from the property that is rented. 1. There is no concept as a first and second owner, you can say that both are co-owners, 2. In your case, for the legally valid agreement, both owners must sign the agreement, 3. The company may object to your case, 4.
NOC is not enough, 5. Procuration is mandatory if you want to execute the agreement on behalf of your father. Article 36, paragraph A, point A), in clause a), ……. (i) in Column 1, in Column 1, the words “thirty-three months” are replaced by the words “sixty months”; (ii) in columns 1 and 2, the words “11 months” are replaced by the words “twelve months”; As of May 1, 2013, the new stamp duty rates will apply to leave and licensing contracts. In accordance with the new amendment to sub-clause (a) of article 36 bis b), article 36 bis replaces, for sub-clause (a), the following clause, namely: (a) where the leave and licence contract provides for a maximum of sixty months, with or without an extension clause; “0.25% of the total; (i) the licence fee or the rent payable under the contract; plus (ii) the amount of non-refundable deposits or advanced money, or the prior application or premium under any name; plus (iii) interest calculated at a rate of 10% per annum on the refundable bond or advanced money, or advanced under any name. In accordance with the new subsection 2 of Section 70 of the Maharashtra Stamp Act, 1958 For documents with a stamp duty payable of one hundred and forty-nine rupees, $49 is ignored, or more than one hundred and eighty-nine, the amount in question will be rounded by the following hundred rupees.