The prosecution or the imposition of a fine under this Chapter in respect of any instrument shall not preclude the prosecution of any person who appears to have committed an offense under the Stamp Act in respect of that instrument
Provided that no such prosecution will be instituted in the case of any instrument for which a fine is payable, unless it appears to the Collector that the offense was committed with the intent to avoid paying due compensation.
CrPC under Indian Stamp Act, 1899
The Indian Stamp Act is an act of compiling and amending stamp-related legislation while it is appropriate to incorporate and amend stamp-related laws. Chapter 7 of the Indian Stamp Act deals with criminal offenses and procedures. Article 62 to Article 72 says the same thing.Section 62It faces a fine for the removal or non-payment of stamp duty on the tool.
Section 62A Penalty for failure to meet the provisions of section 9A.Section 63Penalty for failure to cancel sticky stamp.Section 64Penalty for violating the provisions of section 27.Section 65Penalty for refusing to issue receipts and equipment to avoid tax receipts on receipts.Article 66Penalty for not insuring or performing unlicensed properly.Article 67Punishment for not drawing the full amount of debts or maritime policies that claim to be in sets.Section 68Post-mortem debt and other resources to defraud income.Article 69Penalty for violation of the law relating to the sale of stamps and unauthorized sale.Article 70Institution and conduct of prosecution.Article 71Executive capacity of magistrates.Article 72The place of the trial.Punishment for doing Section 62 of the Indian Stamp Act deals with the death penalty. It means that the fine will be charged with or without the use of stamp duty. A person will be liable if:Drawings, making, issuing, authorizing or transferring or signing without witnesses, or presenting for acceptance or payment or by accepting, accepting or paying payment in any way negotiated by any exchange bill or pledge note without proper stamping. .
If the person making or signing, unless as a witness, any other paid tool has a function without proper stamping.If voting or attempting to vote is by any representative who does not have a valid stamp, he or she will be fined for up to five hundred rupees. It states that where any penalty has been paid in respect of any instrument under section 35, section 40, and section 61 the amount of the fine shall be allowed on the reduction of the fine imposed later under this section.If a warrant of execution is issued without the proper stamp by the company, either by any person or by the Managing Director or the Secretary or other chief executives of the company, he or she will be fined up to a fine which may be extended to 500 rupees.
Penalty for failure to meet Section 9A
Section 62A deals with a fine that will be levied for failure to comply with the provisions of Section 9A. Says anyone:Under subsection (1) of section 9A, tax collection and failure to collect the same will result in a fine.Under subsection (4) of section 9A, a transfer to the national government within 15 days of the expiry of the term and if he fails to transfer within the prescribed period then a penalty will be levied. The fine will be good and will not be less than one lakh rupees which can exceed 1% of the collection or transfer.
Under subsection (5) of section 9A, to submit commercial information to the government and if it fails to do so a penalty will be levied.Submit a document and make a false declaration or a person who believes that it is false will be fined lakh rupees each day during the days on which such failure persists or directly pays one thousand rupees depending on the minimum amount.
Penalty for failure to cancel adherence stamps
Section 63 deals with the penalty for failing to cancel attachment stamps. Let us first understand what stickers are; Adhesive stamps are postage stamps that are sensitive and do not need to be wet in order to stick to paper.
Penalty for non-compliance with the provisions of section 27
Article 64 deals with the penalty of embezzlement in order to comply with the provisions of section 27. Anyone who intends to defraud the government shall be liable to prosecution. Or;If a person uses any tool in which all the facts and conditions required by section 27 are set aside, but not fully explained and true.If any person is employed or affected by or in connection with the repair of any equipment, which negligently or negligently and truthfully violates all such facts and conditions.If a person commits another act of deliberately depriving the government of any work or penalty under this act, he or she will be fined and up to five thousand rupees.
Penalty for refusing to issue receipts and equipment to avoid tax receipts on receipts
Section 65 deals with fines for refusing to issue receipts and for exceeding tax receipt facility. It says:Any person required under section 30 to provide a receipt, refuses or neglects to provide the same.Any person who intends to defraud the government of any activity, in which case the payment or delivery of goods in excess of twenty rupees or in value and who provides a receipt for the paid or demolished property will be penalized with a possible extension. For a hundred rupees.
Section 62 of the Indian Stamp Act deals with the death penalty. It means that the fine will be charged with or without the use of stamp duty.Section 62A deals with a fine that will be levied for failure to comply with the provisions of Section 9A.Section 63 deals with the penalty for failing to cancel attachment stamps. Let us first understand what stickers are; Adhesive stamps are postage stamps that are sensitive and do not need to be wet in order to stick to paper.
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