2) Introduction of Section 17 (1) (A) of the Indian Registration Act, which entered into transfer contracts for compensation for real estate under Section 53 (A) of the Property Transfer Act, including the mandatory transfer agreement. With the introduction of these amendments, the document included for-compensation transfer contracts, all land, including the agreement for sale within the meaning of Section 53A of the Transfer of Property Act,1882, must be registered if they were executed on September 24, 2001. Stamp duty, equivalent to 90% of the transport right, due to the consideration provided in the document, must be paid in this act and the remainder of the 10% of the tax must be paid at the time of completion of the document. It is revealed to the public that the Indian government submitted a notice gazette No. 56 of September 24, 2001, published in the India Gazette, Extraordinary, Part II, Section-1, after modification, it would be in the interest of the executors to safeguard their real estate rights by registering these documents. The non-registration of these instruments may render these documents inadmissible in any office or jurisdiction for the performance of an action or application as evidence. We ask the executors of such instruments to refer to Communication 56 of 24 September for further clarification. Do you know that the sales agreement is now required to be registered 3. Add a new section 23 (A) of the India Stamp Act 1899. “Transportation of the type of partial benefit that can be billed to 90% of the benefits payable as transport.” 1.
Changing Section 53 (A) of the Property Act, removing words from “the contract required by the registration is not registered.”