To make any transaction on immovable property legal, it is essential to get that property registered. You can do so by visiting the Sub-registrar’s office. All legal papers must be submitted to the Sub-registrar’s office within four months of execution as per provisions of Section 23 of the Registration Act 1908. You will find every detail regarding Stamp duty in Haryana in this article.
Stamp duty rates in Haryana for property registration vary depending on the type of deed, area and even gender.
The below-given table will give you an idea of how stamp duty rate changes.
|Type of Deed||Rural Area||Urban Area|
|Trust deed||Rs. 45||Rs. 45|
|Exchange deed||6% of either market or property value, whichever would be higher||8% of either market or property value, whichever will be higher|
|General Power of Attorney||Rs. 300||Rs. 300|
|Special Power of Attorney||Rs. 100||Rs. 100|
|Loan Agreement||Rs. 100||Rs. 100|
To encourage women homebuyers in Haryana, the government of Haryana has revised stamp duty rates for women. Differences between stamp rates depending on types of ownership are given below:
|Type of Ownership||Rural Stamp Duty %||Urban Stamp Duty %|
Haryana Government has made calculation of stamp duty rates more accessible and accurate by launching the Jamabandi web portal. The procedure for calculating stamp duty rates is given below.
Go to Jamabandi.nic.in portal. Look for Property Registration in the menu bar.
From the dropdown menu, select ‘Stamp Duty Calculator’.
You will be redirected to a new page where you have to fill in certain details like transactional value, municipality limit and gender. Once done, hit ‘Calculate’ to check stamp duty charges.
Haryana Government revises registration charges periodically. Earlier, the registration fees were only Rs. 15,000. But in 2018, charges were revised, and now they can go up to Rs. 50,000. Registration fees vary depending on value of the property. Registration charges are applicable on gift deeds, sale deeds, lease deeds, partition deeds, mortgage deeds etc.
The following table will help you understand different types of registration fees in Haryana.
|Property Value||Registration Fees|
|Up to Rs. 50,000||Rs. 100|
|Rs. 50,000 – Rs. 5 lakh||Rs. 1000|
|Rs. 5 lakh- Rs. 10 lakh||Rs. 5000|
|Rs. 10 lakh- Rs. 20 lakh||Rs. 10,000|
|Rs. 20 lakh- Rs. 25 lakh||Rs. 12,500|
|Rs. 25 lakh||Rs. 15,000|
|Rs. 25lakh – Rs. 40 lakh||Rs. 20,000|
|Rs. 40 lakh – Rs. 50 lakh||Rs. 25,000|
|Rs. 50 lakh – Rs. 60 lakh||Rs. 30,000|
|Rs. 60 lakh- Rs. 70 lakh||Rs. 35,000|
|Rs. 70 lakh- Rs. 80 lakh||Rs. 40,000|
|Rs. 80 lakh- Rs. 90 lakh||Rs. 45,000|
|Rs. 90 lakh and above||Rs. 50,000|
Following are the documents required for property registration as per Section 23 of the Registration Act 1908.
Post completion of e-stamp payment, a buyer needs to book an online appointment at the sub-registrar’s office. To book a slot for the appointment, you have to follow the steps given below:
Step 1: Go to Jamabandi portal and click on ‘Property Registration’ tab.
Step 2: Choose ‘Check Deed Appointment Availability’ from the list.
Step 3: In the next step, you have to choose ‘District’, ‘Tehsil’ and ‘For Next (N)Days’.
Step 4: You will be shown available slots for booking.
After booking a slot, the buyer and seller with two witnesses will have to visit the sub-registrar’s office on the given date.
Haryana Government has made the payment methods for stamp duty and registration charges available both online and offline. One has to visit the Online Government Accounting System platform for online payment.
The applicant can buy stamp papers from the treasury office for offline payment. They can deposit the amount in SBI branch under ‘0030-Stamp and Registration’.
As per Section 23 of the Registration Act 1908, you should submit the documents regarding property transaction within four months from the date of execution of the deed. If there is any delay, a penalty of up to 10% of the registration charges can be imposed.
You should keep in mind the following details before paying stamp duty charges in Haryana.
Now that everything about stamp duty in Haryana is clearly explained, one should keep these in mind and make the payment promptly to avoid consequences. This guide on stamp duty and registration charges of Haryana will be quite helpful for prospective property buyers of the state.
Ans. Stamp duty and GST are paid independently, and generally, stamp duty is exempted from GST. But there are certain exceptions, i.e. if you are going to buy a flat under development, then you have to pay 8%-12% GST.
Ans. One can view the registered deed on the Jamabandi web portal. Find the ‘View Registered Deed’ option on the website and submit ‘Tehsil’, ‘Deed Name’, Registry Number and Date. After entering the CAPTCHA, the relevant deed will be available to the viewer.
Ans. Ready reckoner rate, also known as guidance or circle rate, is applicable on residential and commercial properties and land plot. It is the standard rate of the property determined by the respective State Government.
Ans. Haryana government has decided to introduce a 2% hike in transfer charges of resale properties. This increase in circle rate will lead to an increase in the property rates as well. This hike can go up to 80% in some areas of Gurgaon.
Ans. Mutation of an immovable property refers to the changes or transfers made in the title or ownership of the said property in the records of the local municipal corporation. Therefore, mutation is a significant factor in deciding the taxes for the property when the ownership gets changed.
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