In the above case, for a property sale consideration of Rs 14 lacs, the property being 15 years old, what are the amounts to be paid for registration/stamp-duty for a) PoA in Bangalore
As per the provisions of THE KARNATAKA STAMP ACT, 1957, section 41. Powers of attorney,—(as defined by section 2(1)(P) not being a proxy,—
(a) when executed for the sole purpose of procuring the registration of one or more documents in relation to a single transaction or for admitting execution of one or more such documents is Rupees One hundred only)
and b) subsequent sale deed registration in Thane(with me having the PoA and the buyer).
Stamp Duty is charged on Market Value or on the Agreement Value which ever is higher. Stamp Duty in Maharashtra differs according to the jurisdiction in which it falls.
In Municipal Council stamp duty is 4% on Market Value or on the Agreement Value which ever is higher. (Area Under MMRDA, Municipal Corporation and Adjoining Cantonment and Influence Zone).
In Municipal Corporation stamp duty is 5% on Market Value or on the Agreement Value which ever is higher. (Municipal Corporation and Adjoining Cantonment Area).
Registration fee is 1% (one percent) on Market Value or on the Agreement Value or 30000/- which ever less.
The Urban Development Department issued a notification on 13th, March, 2013 directing the department of registration and stamps to recover 1% (LBT) Local Body Tax additional to stamp duty to the civic bodies of Nagpur, Pune, Thane, Pimpri Chinchwad and Navi Mumbai on such documents like Sale Deed, Mortgage Deed etc.
Tax Deducted at Source (TDS) it charged on part of total value not cost.
Value of immovable property is above 50 Lac the seller has to pay TDS on it (Seller having Income Tax Pan Card) is 1% (one percentage).
Maharashtra Value Added Tax (MVAT) is 1 % and which is applicable for the property which are under construction stage. .
The Service tax is applicable when purchaser purchases immovable property which is in process (under construction) and it’s charged on the construction cost only.
One can claim Tax benefit on the amount paid towards stamp duty and registration fees paid on the property.
One should know about conditions for claming deduction under various section i.e. u/s 24, u/s 80EE and u/s 80C of Income Tax Act.
Apologies, it is still unclear to me what is meant by conveyance in "same stamp duty and registration fee for Conveyance". Does conveyance in common parlance same as sale of property in this case?
Conveyance is nothing but transfer on sale or any other mode.