5.2 In addition, any staff member may use these mislabeled instruments if he or she is aware of them. These confiscated instruments must be sent to the collector, who then determines the amount of tax and penalty, if any, to be paid on the collector. Any part of an instrument can also subject suo moto to an instrument of evaluation by the Collector u/s. 31. GOVERNMENT OF MAHARASHTRA Thursday, 8 July 2000 Part 4 A REVENUE AND FOREST DEPARTMENT Mantralaya, Mumbai 400,032, date 8 June 2000 COMMUNICATION The Registration Act, 1908. No. RGN.2000/2120/CR-592/M-1- In the exercise of the powers conferred on the State of Maharashtra by sections 78 and 79 of the Registration Act 1908 (XVI of 1908), in conjunction with subsection (1) of section 55 of the Maharashtra Rent Control Act, 1999 (Mah). XVIII of 2000) the Government of Maharashtra hereby amends, with effect from the date of issue of such notification, the SCHEDULE OF FEES established in accordance with section 78 above and under government notification, Revenue Department No. RGN. 1558/67731-N of 17 July 1961, as required by section 79 above, namely: `III A For the registration of a document of consent to leave and licence where that document relates to immovable property; in the area of a limits; Municipal Corporation ₹ 1000 In any other field ₹ 500 By order and on behalf of the Governor of Maharashtra, P.
G. CHHATRE Under-Secretary of State The stamp duty on the instrument, as defined by the stamp collector, is not final. The person concerned by the stamp collector`s disposition may, in accordance with section 53 of the Bombay Stamp Act, 1958, apply to the Chief Controlling Revenue Authority, Maharashtra State, Pune, which is within 60 days to lodge a complaint. 4.1 P.17 of the Act provides that all instruments submitted to Customs and executed in Maharshtra shall be stamped before or at the time of execution or immediately after or on the working day following the date of execution. The basic framework of stamp duty is set out in the Indian Stamp Act of 1899, which allows states to modify them according to their needs. As a result, the Government of Maharashtra passed the Bombay Stamp Act in 1958. Payment of stamp duty on holidays and licensing agreements is covered by section 36A of the Bombay Stamp Act 1958.