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Stamp Duty In Rajasthan: Know The Purpose And Rates

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What Is Stamp Duty?

Stamp duty is the amount a citizen pays to the Government (Central and State of Rajasthan) as a form of a tax for executing types of deeds which have a financial obligation associated with it and also on the registration of sale of immovable property. Stamp duty is paid during the registration of a document or deed. Stamp duty is printed on stamp paper or e-stamp paper after the duty is paid for.

Stamp papers have different stamp values and each type of document/deed has to be executed on a stamp paper of a requisite value. Stamp value varies from region to region, and also on the value of the deed or transaction being executed. To help calculate the value of stamp paper required, developed a stamp duty calculator which serves as a stamp duty guide to help you calculate the stamp duty payable on the lease and rent of properties in Rajasthan or any other State in India. Do have a look if you want to know more about rental agreements in Rajasthan and Jaipur and how to create the same.

The Rajasthan Stamp Act, 1998

The Rajasthan Stamp Act was enacted to consolidate and amend all laws relating to stamps and stamp duty in the State of Rajasthan. Section 10 of the State Stamp Act stipulates in which ways duty can be paid using impressed stamps, franking machines, adhesive stamps, etc.

According to Section 21, the difference in stamp duty should be paid for any instrument registered outside the State of Rajasthan if the said instrument relates to a property wholly or partially situated in Rajasthan. Duty is required to be paid by an individual drawing or making an instrument or a deed. This Act was previously amended in 2001 (through the Rajasthan Finance Bill, 2001), 2004 and 2016. Further, the stamp duty in Rajasthan is also governed by the Rajasthan Stamp Rules 2004. The latest amendment to the stamps Act in Rajasthan was in 2016 through the Rajasthan Finance Bill, 2015 issued by the Department of Finance (Tax Division).

Some of the important changes issued through this notification were:

  1. Stamp duty rates on Affidavits increased to Rs 20 from Rs 10.
  2. Stamp duty rates on rental agreements increased to Rs 500 from Rs 100 (making amendments to the Rent Control Act, 2001).
  3. Partnership deeds have to be stamped with a stamp of Rs 2000.
  4. Stamp duty chargeable on the release of ancestral property is Rs 2000 to Rs 5000.
  5. Stamp duty already paid shall not be refunded

Stamp duty is an important source of revenue for the Government of Rajasthan and is collected to authenticate the registration, transfer and/or sale of any instrument, deed or property with a value of more than INR 100 as per Section 17 of the Registration Act, 1908. The penalty for stamp duty evasion is 200% of the value of the document executed or up to ten times of the actual stamp duty not paid.

e-Stamp paper has become the recent trend for payment of stamp duty in India because it is more convenient, tamper-proof, easier and faster to purchase and use e-stamp paper online as compared to the traditional method. Non-judicial e-Stamp paper in Rajasthan is generated within minutes, information can be filled accurately, verification can be done at any time and place. e-stamping services are available at 203 Sub-Registrar offices, 404 certified Stamp Vendors and 52 bank branches in the State.

Rates Of Stamp Duty In Rajasthan

Sr. No. Type of Deed Stamp Duty Payable Registration Fees
1 Sale Deed 5% 1%
2 Simple Mortgage 5% 1%
3 Mortgage with possession 5% 1%
4 Equitable Mortgage 5% 1%
5 Gift 5% 1%
6 Leave and Licence Agreement 5% 1%
7 Will Rs. 200
8 General Power of Attorney Rs. 100 Rs. 500
9 Special Power of Attorney Rs. 100 Rs. 100
10 Conveyance 5% 1%
11 Exchange of Property 5% 1%
13 Agreement Rs. 500 Rs. 300
14 Adoption Rs. 1000 Rs. 200
15 Trust 5% 1%
16 Release Rs. 15 Rs. 50
17 Affidavit Rs. 50 Rs. 300
18 Acknowledgement Rs. 10 Rs. 300
19 Administration Bond 2% Rs. 300
20 Other Agreements 1%
21 Revolvers or Pistols Rs. 3000
22 Notarial Act Rs. 10 Rs. 300

Source: The Rajasthan Stamps Act, 1998

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There are 7 comments on "Stamp Duty In Rajasthan: Know The Purpose And Rates".


  • ***shekhar oza*** says: posted on 10 Feb, 2018

    if ancentral immovable property gift by father to his sons what stamp duty is payble
    2.5% or 5%

  • ***rakesh bhagora*** says: posted on 05 Feb, 2018

    i have LIG duplex home with seperet onwer gruon dand and 1 flor. i want regisred lease deed in sro 1 in udaipur. how i caculet stamp duty and other tax when UIT IS 1ST Party . how many tax apply and wht is the calculation.

  • ***Dev*** says: posted on 08 Jan, 2018

    Hi, I am having commercial plot in my village near Jodhpur. I have received that property from my grand father to my father and later my father given to me through will. I want to sell that plot, but sarpanch and some advocate told me you can’t sell until you do Patta Navnikaran & registry to your name. I visited to sarpanch office more than 40 days but he is not giving me Patta navnikaran permission. I have attached all necessary documents along with my Property papers. Now Please guide what should i do

  • ***pradeep*** says: posted on 20 Jul, 2017

    I have a trust and I want to increase members in trust
    so I want to make declaration in respect of. it
    How much fee will charge for the registration of said declaration

  • ***Poornima*** says: posted on 20 Jul, 2017

    Hi Sanjiv, the deed can be made in either English or the local language. Both are equally valid. Refer to this article to know what not to miss in a sale deed –

  • ***VIDYA SAGAR SHARMA*** says: posted on 14 Jun, 2017

    My flat is on 7th Floor in Mahima Iris-1st. I wish to know the current DLC rate for the same. I searched on the website of, but the old rates are given but the current rates are not showing. Please help me.

  • ***Sanjiv Trehon*** says: posted on 06 Jun, 2017

    Can a sale deed made out in English language also be registered in Rajasthan or has the language of the Sale Deed to compulsorily be in Hindi language ?

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