Registry costs

Registry costs of different types of documents!

The deed of purchase and sale of land, flat or plot is called saf kabala deed. Registration Fee: 2% of the total value written in the deed of transfer of property, must be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd. A, Code No. 1.2171.0000.1826. Registry costs of different types of documents

 

 

Stamp duty:

3% of the total value of the deed of transfer of property (as described in Schedule 23 of Schedule 1 of the Stamp Act, 1899).

Non-judicial stamps up to a maximum of Rs 1,200 can be used in documents. The rest of the money in the stamp sector has to be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd. A Code No. 1.1101.0020.1311.

 

 

Local Government Tax:

3% of the total value of the deed of transfer if the property is not under City Corporation and Cantonment Board, 2% of the total value of the deed of transfer of property in case of property owned by City Corporation and 2% of the total value of deed of property under Cantonment Board. In case of price, 2% taka has to be deposited in the account number of the concerned department at Sonali Bank through pay-order.

 

 

Source Tax (53H):

In order to levy tax under section ’53H ‘of the Income-tax Ordinance 1984, the National Board of Revenue has passed S, R, O No. 184-Act / Income-tax / 2014 dated July 1, 2014 in the order of 18 (Roman II). With the introduction of new rules, the source tax rate is fixed at the time of land / establishment registration across the country by including three schedules.

 

 

In Schedule:

Source tax rate per katha (1.75 per cent = 1 katha) for land, land and building in the following commercial areas:
(1) Gulshan, Banani, Motijheel, Dilkhusha, North-South Road, Motijheel Extended Area and Mohakhali area of ​​Dhaka at the rate of 4% of the deed value or Rs. 10,60,000 / = per katha whichever is higher.

(2) At the rate of 4% on the deed value of Karwan Bazar area in Dhaka or Rs. (3) At Agrabad and CDA Avenue of Chittagong district at the rate of Rs.

(4) At Narayanganj and Bangabandhu Avenue in Dhaka, Badda, Sayedabad, Postagola and Gandaria in Dhaka at the rate of Rs. 4% or Rs.

(5) Uttara Sonargaon in Dhaka, Janpath, Shahbagh, Panthapath, Bangla Motor, Kakrail at the rate of 4% on the value of the deed or Rs. (6) At the rate of 4% on the deed value of Nawabpur and Fulbaria in Dhaka or Rs. 3,00,000 / = per katha whichever is higher

In addition, if there is any structure, building, flat, apartment, floor space on the land, Rs.

 

 

 

Schedule-B:

In case of land, land and buildings in the following areas (1.75 per cent = 1 katha) Source tax rate: (1): Uttara in Dhaka (Sector 1-9), Khilgaon Rehabilitation Area (100 feet by road) , Azimpur, Rajarbagh Rehabilitation Area (adjacent to Bishbrod), Baridhara DOHS, Bashundhara (Block: A to G), Niketan in Dhaka and Halishahar, Panchlaish, Nasirabad and Mehedibagh areas of Chittagong at 4% rate or 90 per katha / = Whichever is higher.

(2) At the rate of Rs. (3) Dhanmondi area in Dhaka at the rate of 4% on the deed price or Rs. 2,40,000 / = per katha whichever is higher.

(4) Dhaka-based Kakrail, Segunbagicha, Vijaynagar, Eskaton, Green Road, Elephant Road, Fakirapul, Arambagh, Magbazar (located within 100 feet from main road), Tejgaon Industrial Area, Sher-e-Bangla Nagar Administrative Area, Agargaon Administrative Area, Lalmali
DOHS, Dhaka Cantonment and Khulshi area of ​​Chittagong at the rate of 4% on the deed price or Rs. 1,60,000 / = per katha whichever is higher.

(5) Kakrail, Segunbagicha, Vijaynagar, Eskaton, Green Road, Elephant Road area of ​​Dhaka (located within 100 feet from the main road) at the rate of 4% or more than Rs. 120,000 / – per katha. (6) Green Road in Dhaka (from Road No. 3 to Road No. 6 in Dhanmondi residential area) at the rate of 4% on the deed price or Rs. 2,40,000 / = per katha whichever is higher.

 

(6) Uttara

(Sector 10 to 14), Nikunj (South), Nikunj (North), Badda Rehabilitation Area, Gandaria Rehabilitation Area, Shampur Rehabilitation Area, IG Garden Rehabilitation Area, Tongi Industrial Area at the rate of 4% per deed or per katha. 80,000 / = whichever is higher.

(7) Shampur Industrial Area, Postagola Industrial Area and Jurain Industrial Area at the rate of 4% on the deed price or Rs. 46,000 / = per katha whichever is higher. (9) Khilgaon Rehabilitation Area (less than 100 feet road side), Rajarbagh Rehabilitation Area (40 feet road side and other inland road side) at the rate of 4% on deed price or within Rs. More

(10) Goran (40 feet road side) and Hazaribagh Tannery area at the rate of 4% on deed price or Rs. 30,000 / = per katha whichever is higher.

In addition, if there is any structure, building, flat, apartment or floor space on the land, Rs. Whichever is higher has to be paid as additional tax.

 

 

Schedule-C:

Source tax rate per katha (1.75 per cent = 1 katha) for land, buildings and buildings in the following areas: (1): The above A and 4% on the deed value for areas other than those mentioned in B.

(2) Capital Development Authority (RAJUK), Chittagong Development Authority (CDA), Gazipur, Narayanganj, Munshiganj, Manikganj, Narsingdi, Dhaka and Chittagong Districts and any other city corporation area and cantonment except Dhaka North City Corporation, Dhaka South City Corporation. 3% on deed value for board area.

(3) In case of any district head municipality, 3% of the value of the deed. (4) In case of other municipalities except the district head municipality, 2% of the deed value. (4) For other areas not mentioned in Schedule A, B and C, 1% of the value of the deed.

 

 

 

Income tax at source (53FF):

1. In case of sale of plots or land on commercial basis by real estate or land development business- (a) In case of sale of land located in Dhaka, Gazipur, Narayanganj, Munshiganj, Manikganj, Narsingdi and Chittagong districts 5% of the registered price.

(B) In case of sale of land located in any area other than Dhaka, Gazipur, Narayanganj, Munshiganj, Manikganj, Narsingdi and Chittagong districts, 3% of the deed value at the registration stage.

2. In case of sale of building, flat or space on commercial basis by real estate or land development business- (a) Rs. 6,500.

 

 

 

(B) Dhanmondi Residential Area in Dhaka

Defense Officers Housing Society (DOHS), Mohakhali, Lalmatia Housing Society, Uttara Model Town, Bashundhara Residential Area, Dhaka Cantonment Area, Karwan Bazar Commercial Area and Panchlaish Residential Area in Chittagong. 1,500 per sqm for residents in Nasirabad area and Rs. 5,000 per sqm for non-residents.

(C) Excluding the areas mentioned in (a) and (b) above Dhaka North City Corporation, Dhaka South City Corporation and Chittagong City Corporation area Rs.1,000 per sq m for residential, Rs.3,500 per sq m for non-residents.

(D) Apart from Dhaka North City Corporation, Dhaka South City Corporation and Chittagong City Corporation, Rs.600 per sq m for residential area and Rs.2,500 per sq.m. (E) Rs 300 per sq m for residential area and Rs 1,200 per sq m for non-resident area except (a), (b), (c) and (d) above.

However, the rate of source tax will be 20% lower for residential apartments up to 60 sq m (including common space) and 40% lower for residential apartments up to 60 sq m (with common space). (Note that this condition does not apply to any building or apartment or space built for any purpose other than residential)

 

 

 

 

VAT:

In case of flats – 1. If the area of ​​the flat is up to 1100 sq. Ft. 1.5% of the deed value. 2. If the area of ​​the flat is from 1100 sq ft to 1600 sq ft then 2.5% of the deed value is Rs. 3. If the size of the flat is more than 1800 sq. Ft. 4.5% of the deed value. In case of plot – VAT, Rs. 3% of deed value.

In addition, affidavit on stamp of Rs.200, e-fee will be Rs.100, additional fee of Rs.40 per two pages of 300 words of N-fee document and court fee of Rs.10 will be charged on application for transfer of property. N-fee and e-fee along with registration fee should be submitted through pay order to code no.

 

 

 

Note:

1. Exemption of stamp duty, tax and fee as per Section 9 (e) of the State Acquisition and Tenancy (Amendment) Act, 2006 if the decree is obtained by the court on the preceding document.

2. If stamp duty is to be paid to the government on any document executed by the government or on behalf of the government or in favor of the government, it is waived (Section 3 of the Stamp Act, 1899) and if stamp duty is not levied, registration fee will not apply to that document. )].

3. Submission of TIN certificate of the buyer is mandatory in case of transfer of land worth more than Rs. Submission of TIN certificate is mandatory in case of transfer of land worth more than Rs. In case of a minor, the legal guardian’s TIN certificate has to be submitted. Submission of TIN certificate is not mandatory for non-resident Bangladeshis.

4. The source tax will be paid by the seller. All other expenses will be paid by the buyer. 5. Payment order mentioned in Part 2 of the Registration Manual, 2014 has to be submitted along with the original copy of the Pay Order in accordance with Rule 4 (2) of the Registration Fee Payment Rules, 2006.

 

 

 

Heber Declaration Document:

Registration Fee: Rs.100 (As per Section 6A (b) of Registration Act, 1908. Stamp Duty: Rs.200 (As mentioned in Schedule 4, Schedule 1 of the Stamp Act, 1899). The fee will be Rs.100 / – for every two additional pages of 300 words in the N-fee document at the rate of Rs.40 / – and a court fee of Rs.10 / – will be charged for the application for transfer of property.

Through this deed, property can be transferred between one’s sibling, father / mother-son / daughter, husband-wife, grandfather / grandmother-granddaughter / granddaughter, grandparents / granddaughter / great-granddaughter in some of these relations (Registration Act-1908). Pursuant to section 7A (b) no.

 

 

 

Declaration of Donation Document:

Registration Fee: Rs. 100 (As per Section 6A (BB) No. of Registration Act, 1906. Stamp Duty: Rs. The fee will be Rs.100 / – for every two additional pages of 300 words in the N-fee document at the rate of Rs.40 / – and a court fee of Rs.10 / – will be charged for the application for transfer of property.

Note: 1. Proclamation of the donation of immovable property in accordance with the personal law of Hindus, Christians and Buddhists, if such donation is supported by their personal law. 2. Through this deed, property can be transferred between one’s sibling, father / mother-son / daughter, husband-wife, grandfather / grandmother-granddaughter / granddaughter, grandparents / granddaughter / great-granddaughter (Registration Act-1908). In accordance with section 7A (BB) no.

 

 

Declaration Document:

Registration Fee: Rs. 100 (E-Fee). Stamp Duty: Rs. In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs.

 

 

Distribution Deed: Registration Fee:

(a) Written in the deed of the distributed property (excluding the value of the largest one part) if the total value is less than Rs. (B) Written in the deed of distribution of property (excluding the value of the largest part of the party) if the total value is less than Rs.

(C) Written in the deed of distribution of property (excluding the value of the largest part of the party) if the total value is less than Rs. (D) Written in the deed of the distributed property (excluding the value of the largest part of the party) if the total value is less than Rs.

(E) Written in the deed of distribution of property (excluding the value of the largest one part) if the total value exceeds Rs.

 

 

Stamp Duty:

Rs. In addition, affidavit on stamp of Rs.200, e-fee will be Rs.100, additional fee of Rs.40 per two pages of 300 words of N-fee document and court fee of Rs.10 will be charged on application for transfer of property.

Registration fee, e-fee and N-fee should be deposited in Sonali Bank Ltd. together by pay-order under code no. Note: 1. The source tax is applicable in the case of deed of distribution of inherited property other than inherited property.

2. According to section 143B of the State Acquisition and Tenancy Act, in the event of death of a record owner, his heirs will register by executing a deed of distribution among themselves.

 

 

Contract for Sale Document:

Registration Fee: (a) If the total value written in the deed of deeded property is less than 5 lakh rupees – 500 rupees. [As per Section 6A (a) (a) of the Registration Act-1908] (b) If the total value written in the deed of deed is less than Rs. 50 lakhs – Rs. [As per Section 6A (a) (a) of the Registration Act-1908]

(C) If the total value written in the deed of property is more than Rs. 50 lakhs – Rs. 2000. [As per Section 6A (a) (e) of the Registration Act-1908] Stamp duty: Rs. (As described in Schedule 5 of Schedule 1 of the Stamp Act of 1899). In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 200, stamp of Rs. 200, additional fee of Rs.

Registration fee

e-fee and N-fee should be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd., Code No. 1.2171.0000.1826. Note: 1. Pursuant to Section 18A (2) of the Registration Act, 1908, the application must be submitted for registration within 30 days of execution. 2. The affidavit will be executed by both parties. [As per 18A (1) of the Registration Act, 1908]

3. The deposit will have a fixed term, effective from the date of registration of the deposit. In a contract for sale of any immovable property, a time, to be affected from the date of registration, shall be mentioned for execution and registration of the instrument of sale, and if no time is mentioned, six months shall be deemed to be the time. [Article 54A of The Transfer of Property Act 1882] Duties, fees and taxes are applicable on the total value of the property if the possession is granted.

 

 

 

Mortgage Deed (in favor of bank or financial institution): Registration fee:

(a) If the amount of loan sanctioned amount is not more than Rs. 5 lakhs – 1% of the loan sanctioned amount, but not less than Rs. , In accordance with section 7A (c) (!).

(B) Amount of loan sanctioned amount above Rs. 5 lakhs but not more than Rs. 20 lakhs – 0.25% of the sanctioned amount for loan, but not less than Rs. 1500 and not more than Rs. (C). (C) If the amount of loan sanctioned amount is more than Rs. 20 lakhs – 0.10% of the loan sanctioned amount, but not less than Rs. 3000 and not more than Rs. According to C) (!!!).

 

 

 

Stamp Duty:

As per the description given in Schedule No. 40 (2) of Schedule No. 1 of the Stamp Act of 1899- (a) If the loan amount is up to Rs. 20 lakhs – Rs. 2000, (b) If the loan amount is more than Rs. 5000, (c) If the loan amount exceeds Rs. 1 crore – Additional tax at the rate of 0.10% for the remaining loan of Rs.

Non-judicial stamps up to a maximum of Rs 1,200 can be used in documents. The rest of the money in the stamp sector has to be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd., Code No. 1.1101.0020.1311. In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. Registration fee, N-fee and e-fee should be submitted through pay order to code no. 1.2171.0000.1826

 

 

 

Note:

1. In case of a loan sanction of more than Rs. 2. Stamp duty waiver for housing loan disbursement by housing loan company, however fees are applicable. 3. Stamp duty and fees apply to housing loans provided by commercial banks and leasing companies. 4. Stamp duty and fee waiver of documents executed against housing loan for government employees.

 

 

Special Power of Attorney Document:

Registration Fee: Rs. 100 (L Fee). Stamp duty: Rs.

 

 

General Power of Attorney:

Registration fee: 100 rupees (e-fee). Stamp Duty: Rs. In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs.

 

 

 

Note:

1. According to the general power of attorney, no land sale, sale agreement or mortgage, mortgage or mortgage, land development can be done. So all these powers cannot be given through this document.

2. Restrictions on the Delivery of Power by Power of Attorney: Section 4 of the Power of Attorney Rules, 2015 states that, in order to fulfill the purpose of the Act, no power can be delegated by the Power of Attorney under these Rules in the following matters, viz.

(1) the execution of a will, or the submission of a will executed by the donor for the purpose of registry; (2) execution of the power of adoption; Or the submission of a letter of adoption for the purpose of registry executed by the donor; (3) making declarations relating to donations or heba; (4) execution of trust deeds; And (5) other types of documents or acts declared by the Government, by general or special order.

 

 

 

Irrevocable Power of Attorney Document:

(Against borrowing in favor of bank / financial institution) Registration fee 100 Taka (E-fee). Stamp duty: Rs.

In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs. Note: Section 52A of the Registration Act, 1906, applies to the non-revocable power of attorney registration. Withdrawal: Power of Attorney (excluding bargain price) Registration Fee: Rs.

In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs. Note: 1. Section 52A of the Registration Act, 1906, applies to the non-revocable power of attorney registration.

2. Restrictions on the Delivery of Power by Power of Attorney: Section 4 of the Power of Attorney Rules, 2015 states that, in order to fulfill the purpose of the Act, no power can be delegated by the Power of Attorney under these Rules in the following matters, viz.

(1) the execution of a will, or the submission of a will executed by the donor for the purpose of registry; (2) execution of the power of adoption; Or the submission of a letter of adoption for the purpose of registry executed by the donor; (3) making declarations relating to donations or heba; (4) execution of trust deeds; And (5) other types of documents or acts declared by the Government, by general or special order.

 

 

 

Irrevocable Power of Attorney (in exchange for the bargain price) Registration Fee:

2% of the bargain price but not more than Rs.4000 or less than Rs.100. Stamp duty: 3% of the value of the goods mentioned in the document. However, it will not be below Rs. 6,000 and above Rs.

In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs. Note: 1. Section 52A of the Registration Act, 1906, applies to the non-revocable power of attorney registration.

2. The bargain price is the market value of the part which the recipient of the irrevocable power acquires the power to sell or transfer for the development of any land and any money received by the power giver, if any, which is treated as deed value.

3. Restrictions

on the Delivery of Power by Power of Attorney: Section 4 of the Power of Attorney Rules, 2015 states that, in order to fulfill the purpose of the Act, no power can be delegated by the Power of Attorney under these Rules in the following matters, viz.

(1) the execution of a will, or the submission of a will executed by the donor for the purpose of registry; (2) execution of the power of adoption; Or the submission of a letter of adoption for the purpose of registry executed by the donor; (3) making declarations relating to donations or heba; (4) execution of trust deeds; And (5) other types of documents or acts declared by the Government, by general or special order.

 

 

 

Donation Deed: Registration Fee:

2% of the total value written in the deed of transfer of property has to be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd. A, Code No. 1.2171.0000.1826.

 

 

 

Stamp Duty:

3% of the total value of the deed of transfer of property (as described in Schedule 33, Schedule 1 of the Stamp Act, 1899). Non-judicial stamps up to a maximum of Rs 1,200 can be used in documents. The rest of the money in the stamp sector has to be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd. A Code No. 1.1101.0020.1311.

 

 

Local Government Tax:

3% of the total value of the deed of transfer if the property is not under City Corporation and Cantonment Board, 2% of the total value of the deed of transfer of property in case of property owned by City Corporation and 2% of the total value of deed of property under Cantonment Board. In case of price, 2% taka has to be deposited in the account number of the concerned department at Sonali Bank through pay-order.

In addition, affidavit on stamp of Rs.200, e-fee will be Rs.100, additional fee of Rs.40 per two pages of 300 words of N-fee document and court fee of Rs.10 will be charged on application for transfer of property. N-fee and e-fee pay-order should be submitted to code no. 1.2171.0000.1826 Note: Local government tax is not applicable on any donation in favor of registered religious, charitable, sports and cultural organization.

 

 

 

Hiba-bil-iwaz Document: Registration Fee:

2% of the total value written in the deed of transfer of property has to be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd., Code No. 1.2171.0000.1826. Stamp duty: 3% of the total value of the property transferred (as described in Schedule 33, Schedule 1 of the Stamp Act, 1899).

Non-judicial stamps up to a maximum of Rs 1,200 can be used in documents. The rest of the money in the stamp sector has to be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd. A Code No. 1.1101.0020.1311.

 

 

 

Local Government Tax:

In case of property not under City Corporation and Cantonment Board, Rs. In case of total value, 2% Taka should be deposited in the account number of the concerned department at Sonali Bank through pay-order.

Affidavit on stamp of Rs.200, e-fee will be Rs.100, additional fee of Rs.40 per two pages of 300 words of N-fee document and court fee of Rs.10 will be charged on application for transfer of property. N-fee and e-fee pay-order should be submitted to code no. 1.2171.0000.1826

 

 

 

Iwaz or Exchange Document: Registration Fee:

2% of the total value written in the property deed must be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd., Code No. 1.2171.0000.1826.

 

 

 

Stamp duty:

3% of the total value of the property deed (as described in Schedule 31 of Schedule 1 of the Stamp Act, 1899). Non-judicial stamps up to a maximum of Rs 1,200 can be used in documents. The rest of the money in the stamp sector has to be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd. A Code No. 1.1101.0020.1311.

 

 

 

Local Government Tax:

In case of property not under City Corporation and Cantonment Board, Rs. In case of price, 2% taka has to be deposited in the account number of the concerned department at Sonali Bank through pay-order.

 

 

 

Source Tax (53H):

(If not property owned by Municipality / City Corporation) Rs. 1% of total value of transferred property, Rs. % Taka, Sonali Bank Ltd. A code No. 1.1141.000000.0111 to be deposited through pay-order.

In addition, affidavit on stamp of Rs. 200, e-fee of Rs. 100, additional fee of Rs. N-fee and e-fee pay-order should be submitted to code no. 1.2171.0000.1826 Note: Duties, taxes and fees are applicable on the most valuable of the two properties.

 

 

 

Contract: Registration fee:

100 rupees (e-fee). Stamp duty: relating to the sale of exchange bills; Regarding the sale of government securities; If not related to sale of shares in any statutory company or any other statutory body – Rs. Note: If the contract is related to immovable property, affidavit, e-fee will be 100 rupees and N fee will be 180 rupees.

 

 

 

Receipt or Deed of Deed:

Registration Fee: 2% of the total value written in the deed of transfer of property should be deposited through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd. A, Code No. 1.2171.0000.1826.

 

 

 

Stamp duty:

If the value or value of the written claim in the document does not exceed Rs.2000 (two thousand) then Rs.50 (as per the description given in Schedule No. 55A of Schedule 1 of the Stamp Act of 1899). In other cases – Rs.

 

 

 

Local Government Tax:

3% of the total value of the deed of transfer if the property is not under City Corporation and Cantonment Board, 2% of the total value of the deed of transfer of property in case of property owned by City Corporation and 2% of the total value of deed of property under Cantonment Board. In case of price, 2% taka has to be deposited in the account number of the concerned department at Sonali Bank through pay-order.

In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs. N-fee and e-fee pay-order should be submitted to code no. 1.2171.0000.1826

 

 

 

Deed of Deed:

Registration Fee (C-Fee) – Rs. Stamp duty: Not applicable. In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs.

 

 

Note:

No Muslim can bequeath more than one-third of his surplus property after paying his burial expenses and debts. If the heirs do not consent after the death of the testator, the bequest of more than one-third will not be effective.

 

 

Error Correction Document:

Registration Fee: Rs. 100 (E-Fee). Stamp Duty: Rs. In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs.

 

 

 

Note:

1. You have to apply for waiver of stamp duty with a court fee of Rs. 10 as per section 16. Duty will not be waived in case of documents other than Kabla documents, mortgage documents and assessment letter documents. If the stamp duty waiver is not applied, the stamp duty is recoverable like the original document.

2. This document will not change any of the basic contents of the original document.

3. Pursuant to Article 64 (1) of the Registration Rules, if there is an error in any registered or accepted document for registration. Any supplementary document for correction is submitted for registration. Along with original document or exact copy to prove such error, in the register book In the margin on which the original document has been forged. A note should be written in the following form concerning such amendment: The original document has been amended. ”

Pursuant to Article 64 (2) of the Registration Rules, if the original book in the register book in which the original document has been copied has been sent to the Sadar Record Room, then the Sub-Registrar who has registered the error correction document shall make the necessary note of correction in his own signature to the District Registrar. Write a letter requesting to write in the book.

 

 

 

Letter of reinstatement: Registration fee:

100 rupees (e-fee). Stamp duty: Rs. In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs.

You have to apply for a stamp duty waiver with a court fee of 20 rupees as per section 16. If the application is not made, stamp duty like the original document is recoverable.

 

 

 

Re-surrender letter or re-transfer letter:

Registration fee: Rs. 100 (e-fee). Stamp Duty: Rs. In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs. Stamp duty and fee waiver in the document of re-surrender by the government along with the concerned employee against the mortgaged property against the housing loan.

 

 

 

Trust deed:

Registration fee: (a) If the value of the property written in the deed is not more than 4000 rupees – 2% of the value, but minimum 100 rupees. (B) If the value of the property written in the deed is more than Rs. 4000- Rs.

 

 

Stamp duty:

In case of declaration of trust of any property in writing except will or will – 2% of the amount or value equal to the value of the property displayed in the deed (as described in Schedule No. 84 (a) of Schedule 1 of the Stamp Act, 1899). Non-judicial stamps up to a maximum of Rs 1,200 can be use in documents. The rest of the money in the stamp sector has to be deposit through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd., Code No. 1.1101.0020.1311.

 

 

Local Government Tax:

3% of the total value of the deed of transfer if the property is not under City Corporation and Cantonment Board, 2% of the total value of the deed of transfer of property in case of property owned by City Corporation and 2% of the total value of deed of property under Cantonment Board. In case of price, 2% taka has to be deposit in the account number of the concern department at Sonali Bank through pay-order.

 

 

Source Tax:

(If not City Corporation / Municipality owned property) 1% of the total value of the property shown in the deed. In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs. N-fee and e-fee pay-order should be submit to code no. 1.2171.0000.1826

Memorandum No. 53.00.000000422.99.003.15-10 dated July 9, 2015 of BSEC and BICM Branch of Banking and Financial Institutions Department of the Ministry of Finance signed by Assistant Secretary Mr. Md. Mukhfar Uddin Khokon; The Inspector General, in a letter sent along with the registration, waived all stamp duty levied on the Registry of Trust Documents of Collective Investment Scheme / Mutual Funds approved by the Bangladesh Securities and Exchange Commission.

 

 

 

Waqfnama Document: Registration Fee:

2% of the total value of the transfer property written in the document has to be deposit through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd. A, Code No. 1.2171.0000.1826. Stamp duty: Rs. 2% of the bet price. Non-judicial stamps up to a maximum of Rs 1,200 can be used in documents. The rest of the money in the stamp sector has to be deposit through pay-order at Sonali Bank Ltd. A Code No. 1.1101.0020.1311.

In addition, affidavit, e-fee of Rs. 100, stamp of Rs. 200, Rs. N-fee and e-fee pay-order should be submit to code no. 1.2171.0000.1826

 

 

 

Note:

1. Local government tax is applicable in case of Waqf-i-Awlad. 2. Waqf property cannot be transfer without the prior permission of the waqf administrator or the government. 3. The Waqfs Ordinance, Section 56 of 1962, states that no transfer by a mutawalli of any immovable property of a waqf by way of sale, gift, mortgage or exchange, or by way of lease for a term of exceeding 5 years shall be valid without the previous sanction of the Administrator.

4. Section 57A (1) of the Waqfs Ordinance, 1962 (amendment in 2013) states, “Notwithstanding anything contained to the contrary in the Registration Act, 1908; no sub-registrar shall register any deed of transfer of any immovable property belonging to waqf, without the previous sanction of the Administrator or the Government, as the case may be. ”

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