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Stamp Duty on Affidavit for all States & UTs in India (Chart)

In accordance with the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 read with the laws for stamp duty of respective States and Union Territories, the stamp duty is required to be paid in case of Affidavit.

Please consult legal experts and professionals to determine accurate stamp duty before deciding to buy stamp papers or making stamp duty payments.

STATEs

Andhra Pradesh

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 10 (Rupees Ten).

Source: registration ap gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule 1-A of the Indian Stamp (Andhra Pradesh Amendment) Acts.


Arunachal Pradesh

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 10 (Rupees Ten).

Source: arunachalpradesh gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule 1 of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 (in its application to the State of Arunachal Pradesh) (Arunachal Pradesh Amendment) Act, 2007.


Assam

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 15 (Rupees Fifteen).

Source: igr assam gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule I of the Indian Stamp (Assam Amendment) Act, 2004 and further amendments to the Indian Stamp Act, 1899, in its application to the State of Assam.


Bihar

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 100 (Rupees Hundred).

Source: biharregd bihar gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule I-A of the Indian Stamp (Bihar Amendment) Acts.


Chhattisgarh

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 50 (Rupees Fifty).

Source: cgstate gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule I-A of the Indian Stamp (Chhattisgarh Amendment) Acts.


Goa

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 20 (Rupees Twenty).

Source: registration goa gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule I-A of the Indian Stamp (Goa Amendment) Acts.


Gujarat

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 20 (Rupees Twenty).

Source: stampsregistration gujarat gov in
Refer: Article 4 of Schedule-I of the Bombay Stamp Act, 1958 modified by the Bombay Stamp (Gujarat Amendment) Act, 2006.


Haryana

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 10 (Rupees Ten).

Source: jamabandi nic in
Refer: The Indian Stamp (Haryana Amendment) Act, 2018.


Himachal Pradesh

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 3 (Rupees Three).

Source: himachal nic in
Refer: Article 4 of Schedule I-A of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 as applicable to the State of Himachal Pradesh.


Jharkhand

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 50.

Source: regd jharkhand gov in


Karnataka

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 20 (Rupees Twenty).

Source: kaverionline karnataka gov in & dpal karnataka gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule of the Karnataka Stamp Act, 1957 modified by the Karnataka Stamp (Amendment) Acts.


Kerala

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 50 (Rupees Fifty).

Source: keralaregistration gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule of the Kerala Stamp Act, 1959 read with amendments by the Kerala Finance Act, 2019.


Madhya Pradesh

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 50 (Rupees Fifty).

Source: mpigr gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule I-A of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 as modified by the Indian Stamp (Madhya Pradesh) Amendment Acts.


Maharashtra

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 100 (Rupees Hundred).

Refer: Article 4 of Schedule-I of the Maharashtra Stamp Act, 1958.
The Maharashtra Stamp (Amendment) Act, 2015.


Manipur

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 20 (Rupees Twenty).

Refer: The Indian Stamp (Manipur Amendment) Act, 1979 & the Indian Stamp (Manipur Second Amendment) Act, 2011.


Meghalaya

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 7 (Rupees Seven).

Source: meghalaya gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule I-A of the Indian Stamp (Meghalaya Amendment) Act, 1993 & the Indian Stamp (Meghalaya Amendment) Act, 2020.


Mizoram

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 7 (Rupees Seven).

Refer: the Indian Stamp (Mizoram Amendment) Act, 1996


Nagaland

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 10 (Rupees Ten).

Refer: (Article 4 of the Schedule I)
The Indian Stamp Duty (Nagaland Amendment) Act, 1989.
The Indian Stamp (Nagaland Second Amendment) Act, 1999.
The Indian Stamp (Nagaland Third Amendment) Act, 2004.


Odisha

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 10 (Rupees Ten).

Source: igrodisha gov in
Refer: The Indian Stamp (Odisha Amendment) Acts and Rules.


Punjab

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 15 (Rupees Fifteen).

Source: revenue punjab gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule I of the Indian Stamp (Punjab Amendment) Acts.


Rajasthan

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 50 (Rupees Fifty).

Source: igrs rajasthan gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule of the Rajasthan Stamp Act, 1998.


Sikkim

Stamp duty on Affidavit:


Tamil Nadu

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 100 (Rupees Hundred).

Source: tnreginet gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule of the Tamil Nadu Stamp Act, 2019.


Telangana

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 20 (Rupees Twenty).

Source: registration telangana gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule 1-A of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899, in its application to the State of Telangana.


Tripura

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 50 (Rupees Fiftyo).

Source: revenue tripura gov in
Refer: The Indian Stamp (Tripura Fifth Amendment) Act, 2020, an Act further to amend the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 in its application to the State of Tripura.


Uttar Pradesh

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 10 (Rupees Ten).

Source: igrsup gov in
Refer: The Schedule of the Uttar Pradesh Stamp Act, 2008.


Uttarakhand

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 10 (Rupees Ten).

Source: registration uk gov in
Refer: Article 4 of Schedule-I of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 (as applicable in Uttarakhand) and as modified by the Indian Stamp (Uttarakhand Amendment) Acts.


West Bengal

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 10 (Rupees Ten).

Source: wbregistration gov in
Refer: Article 4 of the Schedule-IA of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899 as modified by the Indian Stamp (West Bengal Amendment) Acts.


UNION TERRITORIES (UTs)

Andaman and Nicobar Islands

Stamp duty on Affidavit:


Chandigarh

Stamp duty on Affidavit:


Dadra and Nagar Haveli Daman and Diu

Stamp duty on Affidavit:

Refer: The Indian Stamp (Goa, Daman and Diu Amendment) Act, 1968 as amended from time to time.


Jammu & Kashmir (J&K)

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 10 (Rupees Ten).

Refer: Schedule-I of the Stamp Act, 1977 as amended by Act No. XII of 2011.


Ladakh

Stamp duty on Affidavit:


Lakshadweep

Stamp duty on Affidavit:


National Capital Territory of Delhi (NCT of Delhi)

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 10 (Rupees Ten).

Source: revenue delhi gov in
Refer: The Indian Stamp (Delhi Amendment) Acts.


Puducherry (Pondicherry)

Stamp duty on Affidavit: Rs. 4.50.

Source: regn py gov in
Refer: The Indian Stamp (Pondicherry Amendment) Acts.


stamp duty on affidavit state wise

Comments

  1. Are the Registrars & Transfer Agents of Companies like Tata Steel, Titan Company, TCS, Reliance Industries etc. authorised to dictate the shareholders to submit affidavits, bonds etc. for Non-Judicial stamp papers from Rs. 100 to 500? Under what law, power they ask for? Also different RTAs are demanding different value of stamp papers.
    In matters of variation of signature of shareholders after many years, they do not accept the bank attestation or the DP's records and demand fresh affidavit as new signature. Can anybody sign the same way after many years, or same signature on same day?
    These are the issues relating to shareholder services. Instead of facilitating the investors some RTAs consider their word as final law. Who is the appropriate authority to order them to behave?

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  2. I have in fact complained in this matter to SEBI. Given the fact that SEBI has made it mandatory to demat shares for making them tradable, standardisation of procedure by R&T agents should have been done. One instance of this anarchy is the question of stamp duty where it is made Rs.100 without any logic. For instance I am a resident of Delhi and the applicable stamp duty is Rs.10. And to insist that these should be notarised is putting another burden on investors. For each attestation they are charging Rs.250. When government of India has revised their procedure to have self attestation why affidavits and why notarisation ??
    Then the question of joint holding. To take care of unfortunate events joint holding of family members was taken. To insist that removing the name of a joint holder is a case of transfer, which has tax implication and not to mention the stamp duty issues is absurd. If the joint holder is willing to become a nominee, which was the intent of having a joint holding to start with, it will be far convenient

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