January 09, 2020

Stamp Duty On All Off Market Trades wef 09/01/2020 ?

Blog Caution : Please Recheck , independently from Taxation experts ,all information / interpretation of its effect on Unlisted Shares Transfers

Blog : Govt is imposing one tax after another on the Share Bazaar transactions and investments. Govt. is confiscating ( after 7 years pendendency ) investors' dividends / shares . This is very unfair. Govt. should impose some sort of tax on super Rich Farmers , many of whom own land worth tens of crores .


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Attention is invited to NSDL circular no.  NSDL/POLICY/2020/0002  dated January 6, 2020 and CDSL  communique number CDSL/OPS/DP/POLCY/2020/8  dated January 3, 2020  regarding the Central Government notification, for Collection of stamp-duty through Stock Exchanges, Clearing Corporations and Depositories) Rules, 2019  to be levied on Off Market Instructions and Pledge Invocation Instructions compulsorily before transfer/execution of instruction from January 9, 2020.

Accordingly, kindly note that stamp duty needs to be paid upfront for off-market transfers involving consideration and pledge invocation before executing the transaction in NSDL/CDSL system. 

Rate of Stamp Duty is specified in schedule I of the Indian Stamp Act, 1899. We may refer to the schedule I for the rates. Rates have been specified for following three categories viz. Debentures, Securities other than debentures & Government Securities. The rate of stamp duty specified for Government Securities is 0%. 

1 comment:

Ashwani Kumar Aggarwal said...

In India , Physically Handicapped pay Income Tax / all other taxes and whereas Rich / Super Rich Farmers do not.

In Punjab all Vote Banks get Free Electricity . But not a single paisa relief to Handicapped Punjabis