The Udaya Souharda Co- Operative, is providing E- stamp under Karnataka State Souharda Act-2000 for the benefit of public. The main features of E- stamp vending is furnished here below for information.
“E-Stamp” means an electronically generated impression on paper to denote the payment of Stamp duty, by Central Record Keeping Agency.
“Authorized Stamping Centre” shall mean and include an agent appointed by the Central Record Keeping Agency, with prior approval of the Chief Controlling Revenue Authority to act as an intermediary between the Central Record Keeping Agency, and the Stamp duty payer for collection of Stamp duty; and for issuing E-stamp certificates.
Application for E-stamp certificate
Any person paying Stamp duty may approach any of the Approved Intermediaries; / Authorized Collection Centers and furnish the requisite details in FORM-3 along with the payment of Stamp duty amount, for getting the e-stamp certificate.
“Stamp Duty” means the duty payable under the Act.
Use of E-stamp certificate
Every instrument written upon paper stamped with an e-stamp Certificate shall be written in such manner that the e-stamp Certificate may appear on the face of the instrument, and a portion of the Instrument written below the “e-stamp” certificate, so that the ‘e’ Stamp Certificate cannot be used for or applied to any other instrument.
No second Instrument chargeable with duty shall be written upon or using the ‘E’- stamp certificate, upon which or using the same, an Instrument chargeable with duty has already been written.