[c bis) the method of payment of stamp duty and its refund by e-payment;] 7. Customs clearance lists the calculation of the right to section 20-A. – “In the exercise of the powers conferred by Section (a) of Section 9 of the Indian Stamp Act of 1899 (11 of 1899), the Bombay government is pleased to order that, for the maintenance of separate registration lists for government securities and other securities, the stamp tax under Article 20 A of Schedule I of that Act is levied on the total amount of the value of all the values on each of these checklists.” No no. Mr. Mudrank. 2007/C.R. 294/M-1, dated October 10, 2007 (M.G., exceptional No. 197, Part IV-B, page 1621, October 10, 2007 – In the exercise of debit a) of paragraph 9 of the Bombay Stamp Act of 1958 (Bombay LX 1958), the Government of Maharashtra is satisfied that this in this way, in the public interest, it reduces stamp duty in accordance with Article 5 G-a,i, Article 25 and Article 36 of Appendix I, Article 36 of Appendix I, with regard to the instruments of the Development Agreement for the developer or act of promotion or leasing to beneficiaries under the government resolution, Department of Housing, JNY.2007/CR-52/GND-2, June 25, 2007 and government decision , housing Ministry of Justice, no. JYN.2006/CR-46/GND-2, june 25, 2007, concerning the supply of basic facilities to poor citizens in urban areas and the construction of integrated housing and the development of slums Schemes under the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission ( 1) Any support instrument, exchange, donation, purchase coupon, deed of division or power of attorney for the sale of real estate, if they are presented for remuneration, deed of termination or surrender of the tenancy agreement by way of transfer, subject to registration in accordance with the provisions of the Registration Act of 1908, are accompanied by a real copy of it: 5) Exchange of real estate for public purposes.
– “The means of exchange made by an individual, when granting land for public purposes in exchange for other land granted to him by the state, is exempt from stamp tax.” [Mr. G. G., Extraordinary Number 68, Part IV-B, page 270, March 5, 2001), no Mudrank. 2000/CR-1026-M-1, dated March 5, 2001 – In the exercise of the powers conferred by Section 9 of paragraph 9 of the Bombay Stamp Act of 1958 (Bombay LX 1958) (the so-called “law”), if the Maharashtras government is satisfied that this is necessary for the public interest, stamp duty on transport instruments related to real estate participating in the merger of information technology companies (software, e-commerce, internet infrastructure services, etc.) is reduced, with effect on 1 April 2000, to 10% of the stamp duty levied in accordance with Article 25, the item in the annex of this law. Mudrank.-2003/742/C.R. 317/M-1, dated October 31, 2003 – In the exercise of powers, the Government of Maharashtra is convinced that this should be done in the public interest by transferring stamp duty under Article 5 H (instrument of agreement), Article 5 g bis (development agreement), Article 47 (Joint Venture Agreement).