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- I think its 6% only and not 7.5%.
From Departments of Stamp and registration:-
Agreement relating to sale of immovable property
(i) with possession
(ii) without possession
0.1% on market value equal to the amount of consideration Min.500, Max.20,000
So at the time of agreement you need to pay .1% while at the time of possession you need to pay 6%.
- Originally Posted by soumyakumtaHi,
We have booked new flat in bangalore.
ll be doing agreement by giving 20% of property value.
My question builder mentioned
at the time of registration,
we have to pay gov registration amout some x rs and legal charges.
Along with that 7.5% tax on total flat value.
What is this 7.5% tax amount. Is it for builder or government only have to pay while registration.
Please any information.
Ask builder, Why is he charging this 7.5% tax? He will explain you.
It is (service tax + vat).
There are lot of threads on this forum for the vat+service tax and you may refer them.
- I also have a question -
should the co-owner be present for the registration process? is it a must?
What if the co-owner could not be available for the registration process?CommentQuote0Flag
- Co-Owner should be present for the registration process, as the co-owner also needs to sign the sale deed along with owner and builder representative.CommentQuote0Flag
- Hello Friends - I need help with something.
I have a flat and I completed the payments. Now the builder is asking me to take the handover. But I dont have any plans to live in this apartment, so I would like to sell it.
Now my question is, do I pay the registration charges and register it on my name or register directly on the buyer's name?
Thanks for your help.CommentQuote0Flag