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Organisation : Directorate of Registration & Stamp Revenue West Bengal
Facility : e-Payment of Stamp Duty & Registration Fees
Applicable State : West Bengal
Home Page : http://www.wbregistration.gov.in

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West Bengal e-Payment of Stamp Duty

Go to the official website of WB Rregistration for e-Payment of Stamp Duty.

Related : Stock Holding Corporation Verify E-Stamping Certificate

Then click on the link e-Payment of Stamp Duty & Regn. Fees which is under Registration of Deed tab.

Step 1 : Enter Your Query Number in the format of 4 digit in one text box, then enter 0/1/L and enter Last 9 digits (Eg : 4521-L-569874521)
Step 2 : Enter Your Query Year (Eg : 2018)
Step 3 : Enter Query Status Button

Important Instructions to Follow :
** Please enter the bank account details of the Claiment. If he/she applies for Refund, amount will be credited to this bank account.
** Please Note Down the Government Reference Number(GRN) that will be generated by GRIPS.
** e-Challan can be Re-Printed using GRN Only.
** Please enter the correct 14 digit Query Number as mentioned in the Assessment/e-Assessment Slip.

Status of e-Payment

Click the Status of e-Payment link available in the Citizen Service.
Step 1 : Enter Your Query Number in the format of 4 digit in one text box, then enter 0/1/L and enter Last 9 digits (Eg : 4521-L-569874521)
Step 2 : Enter Your Query Year (Eg : 2018)
Step 3 : Enter your GRN number in the seperate textboxes provided as 2 digits, 6 digits, 9 digits, 1 digit
Step 4 : Click Get Status Button

e-Nathikaran/CORD

The ’e- nathikaran’ system is actually an advanced version of ’CORD’ system involving web-based architecture using Central Server. It is a switch over from the stand alone system of ‘CORD’ to the centralized system.

Registration Process Under the Computerised System :

e-Registration Process Under the Computerised System :
Sl No. | Steps in e-Nathikaran | Where :
1 e-Requisition form Filling by Citizen Website Or Office
2 e-Payment of Stamp duty & Registration Fee using GRIPS Website
3 Verification by Registering Officer Office
4 Presentation of deed at Office Office
5 Fee & SD Receiving {Standard user charge + deficit (if any)} Office
6 Capturing Photo, Finger Print and Signature Office
7 Scanning of Deed Office
8 Digital Signing of Deed by R.O Office
9 Delivery of Deed Office

Frequently Asked Question

What is stamp duty?
It is a type of tax which is paid for the transaction performed by way of document or instrument under the provisions of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899.

Why stamp duty has to be paid?
The payment of proper stamp duty on instruments bestows legality on them. Such instruments get evidentiary value and are admitted as evidence in Court of law. The instruments which are not duly stamped are not admitted as evidence.

On what basis stamp duty should be paid – market value or consideration amount?
Stamp duty has to be paid on the market value and not on the consideration amount.

At what point of time stamp duty is payable on instrument executed in India?
Section 17 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 states that all instruments chargeable with duty and executed by any person in India shall be stamped before or at the time of execution.

At what point of time stamp duty is payable on instrument executed out of India?
Section 18 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 states that every instrument chargeable with duty and executed out of India may be stamped within three months after it has been first received in India.

Who is liable to pay the stamp duty?
Section 29 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 states who is liable to pay stamp duty in any type of instrument. In a nutshell, in the absence of an agreement to the contrary, the expense of providing the proper stamp duty shall be borne-

a) by the purchaser in case of instrument of sale or agreement to sale,
b) by the lessee or intended lessee in case of instrument of lease or agreement to lease,
c) by the donor in case of instrument of gift,
d) by the settler in case of instrument of settlement ,
e) by the parties thereto in proportion to their respective shares in case of instrument of partition,
f) by the parties in equal shares in case of instrument of exchange.

How stamp duty can be paid?
Stamp duty can be paid in the following manner-
a) By way of impressed stamp paper.
b) By way of adhesive stamps.
c) By way of SABR
d) By Demand Drafts drawn from any agency bank payable to the appropriate Registering officer.

e) Stamp duty may be paid through GRIPS using net-banking (online mode). (wbregistration.gov.in/RequisitionForm/Steps_of_ePayment.aspx?case=RF ) or by making counter payments at designated Banks (offline mode) upon generation of challan but where amount of stamp duty is Rs. 5 lakhs or more, use of online mode is mandatory.

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  1. I want to know that, how stamp duty property registration fee will be paid online.

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