2. Yes, if you do not want to make the deduction and want to pay the full tax again, you can continue. 1. You have not paid the full duration of the stamp that must be paid for the registration of the deed of sale. The stamp duty you paid when registering the contract is deducted if you collect stamp duty from you when registering the deed of sale. The bank manager can bring the aforementioned agreement and, once the registration of the deed of sale is complete, he can take with him the original deed of sale or registered IGR to create a mortgage on the property you have purchased and for which a loan has been granted by said bank. 1) The deed of sale confers ownership and stamp duty must be paid on your behalf upon transfer by the contracting authority 1. To adjust the stamp duty paid on the contract of sale at the time of registration of the deed of sale, you must present the original contract of sale (if you talk to the bankers, they will have the original made in front of the office of the sub-registrar) 2. The contract of sale is stamped with a stamp duty of 0.1% (in Karnataka), which is deducted from the stamp duty you have to pay when you register the deed of sale. 1. You can request a certified copy of the registered sales contract from the registry office itself and file it to claim the deduction. No need to submit the original 2. Yes, it is valid and completely legal if you pay the full tax and do not take deductions.

If they do not bring the document on the day of registration, you must pay the full stamp duty, which is not illegal, but is fully valid. The sales contract will also not be invalidated or cancelled because you have paid the full stamp duty. 2) If you pay the full amount of stamp duty, it will not make a difference in your deed of sale. It has nothing to do with your consent to the sale and your deed of sale. In any case, the amount of stamp duty you will pay to the government. 2. Yes, absolutely. The only thing you pay on the deed of sale, without deduction for the tax already paid 1) If you make a deed of sale registered in the same registry office, your deed of sale of housing. Then builder shouldn`t have a problem.

If the registrar agrees with your scenario and can already understand for your housing, you have paid 0.001 percent. Why do you want to pay stamp duty once again, if you have already paid 0.01% on the sales contract, you must present at the time of registration the initial sales contract for the designation of purposes, the bank representative brings the initial sales contract on the day of registration. . . .