Here you can find our information on the validity of electronic contracts. As far as the duty of the state is concerned, it generally varies from state to state. Nevertheless, there is a general pattern that is followed. Let`s take a look, for example, at the stamp duty imposed by the Karnataka government. In addition to the above documents, the Karnataka government applies a stamp duty: 2.3 An instrument covering or affecting several different cases is taxed with the total amount of the right for which each instrument would have been misappropriated. Therefore, stamp duty must be paid before or at the time of the execution of the electronic contract and can no longer be paid after the execution. According to the above provision, the stamp duty charge requires roughly two things: the impact of stamp duty is generated when the instrument is executed for the first time, so that the reissue of the document does not serve the purpose. 4.7 Whoever bears and pays stamp duty is a matter of agreement between the parties. In the absence of such an agreement, the law provides that in the case of transport, the tax must be paid by the buyer and, in the case of a lease agreement, by the taker.
In the case of obligations, unlocking, settlement, it is paid by the person who or the subscription of the instrument. In the event of an exchange, they must be paid equally by the parties and, in the event of division, by the parties in proportion to their respective shares. In all other cases, it must be paid by the person running the instrument. The same obligation as section 10 5.2 is likely to allow any official to seize these misjudged instruments if he becomes aware of them. These seized instruments are to be sent to the collector, who then determines the amount of tax and, if necessary, the penalty to be paid. Each part to an instrument can also submit suo moto an evaluation instrument by the collector u/s 31.  The central government and the government have been authorized, in accordance with the Union list and the list of the State (or state), to levy a stamp duty on the instruments mentioned in it. In India, stamp duty is imposed under the Indian Stamp Act, 1899  (“Stamp Act”) and various laws passed by different states in India to collect stamp duty.
Any instrument under which duties are created or transferred must be stamped under the specific stamp duty legislation. The Stamps Act does not contain any specific provisions specifically relating to electronic registrations and/or stamp duty payable when they are carried out. The physical transfer of ownership is not considered valid in the eyes of the law. To validate such a real estate transaction, the buyer must pay stamp duty, as proof of the purchase has been provided. Stamp duty is therefore the tax paid by the state at the time of the real estate transaction and has the transfer certificate properly kept in court. 4.8 Stamp duty must be paid at Schedule I rates. Depending on the instrument, it can be based on market value, surface or various other criteria. For instruments based on the market value of the property, the term for each property subject to an instrument indicates the price that property would have obtained if it had been sold on the open market at the time of the performance of such an instrument or consideration, according to the highest value.