either for additional purposes for the above objective, if the main or primary guarantee is duly stamped. 13) for the guaranteed amount, subject to a maximum amount of 1. [two hundred.] Exemption (1) Instruments executed by persons making advances under the Label Improvement Loans Act of 1883 (XIX of 1883) or the Agriculturists` Loans Act, 1884 (XII of 1884), or by their guarantees for the repayment of these advances. (2) Letters of credit that are accompanied by a change. STAMPS TO BE USED – No – Judicial Stamp Paper Rule 6 or Special Adhesive Stamp Paper under Rule 10 (ii) 41. MORTGAGE OF A CROP, including an instrument that guarantees the repayment of a loan for each crop mortgage, whether or not the crop exists at the time of the mortgage, for each rupee 200 or part of it. A rupee. STAMPS TO BE USED — Adhesive buffer paper is read in section 11 of Rule 6. 42. NOTARIAL ACT, that is, any instrument, approval, note, certificate, certificate or entry that is not an objection (Article 49), performed by a notary in the performance of his duties or by any other person acting legally as a notary.
25 rupees. STAMPS TO BE USED – Special adhesive stamp with notary word (section 11) Rule 19 (d). 43. NOTE OR MEMS sent by a broker or agent to his client to evaluate the purchase or sale on the basis of this principle – a) cotton a rupee of 4500 kg or part of each transactional unit. b) gold lezons of the species: a) one rupee for each unit of 50 kg of silver or part of it. Non-judicial stamp documents are generally used for the execution of documents such as deed of sale, power of attorney, sworn insurance, lease, transfer of real estate such as real estate, mortgage, country or other relevant agreements. Stamp duty must be paid before or at the time of execution. The application of a tampon after execution is not valid. However, Section 10A authorizes the payment of cash to the public treasury, in the event of a lack of stamps or stamps of the necessary denominations in a district, within four months of the date of its execution or its first execution 1. RECOGNITION of a debt written or signed by a debtor or signed on behalf of a debtor to present evidence of that debt in a book (except for a bank book) or on a separate sheet of paper if that book or paper remains in the creditor`s possession, and the amount or value of that debt is the documents on which the Union or the central government collects a stamp duty.