FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What is e-Stamp Paper?
e-Stamp Paper means paying Stamp Duty to Government electronically. Currently, In 18 States there is e-Stamp Paper forwarded by Stock Holding Corporation of India Limited (SHCIL). The Prevailing system of Stamp Paper has been replaced and stopped by Government and now there is only e-Stamp Paper which is more secure and reliable as compare to prevailing system of Stamp Paper.
Does the e-Stamp Paper purchased in one state can be executed in another state?
There is no such bar in Indian Stamp Act till now that the Stamp Paper purchased in one state cannot be executed in another state.
It can be executed in another state, the Important point is that the Stamp Duty paid for particular article should be appropriate as per state. Each State have different stamp duty for different article. So, if you have paid appropriate Stamp Duty as per your State then the Stamp Paper purchased from one state can be executed in another State.
Can we generate/download e-Stamp Paper online?
No, Only authorized Stamp Vendor of Government has provided license to generate e-stamp paper online. Citizens cannot generate e-Stamp Paper by there-selves. They have to approach either to the Court or to the Stamp Vendor of their state to get e-Stamp Paper. You can also avail e-Stamp Paper easily through our online portal.
How can we verify the authenticity of an e-stamp paper?
- Open website shcilestamp.com
- After that Click on “Verify e-Stamp Certificate
- Fill the Required Details.
- Certificate Number(UIN)
- Stamp Duty Type(Description of Document)
- Certificate Issue Date
- 6 character alphanumeric string
What is meant by First Party?
First Party means the purchaser of e-Stamp Paper. The Party who is executing e-Stamp Paper.
What covers under Second Party?
Second Party can be Tenant, Vendee, Transferee, Donee etc. For ex: If you are purchasing e-Stamp Paper for Rental Agreement then in that case the First Party will be Owner and Second Party will be Tenant.
What to write in a form if there is no Second Party?
If there is no Second Party, then you can write NIL/Not Applicable while filling the Form and the e-stamp paper shall be generate accordingly.
Why the Form is asking for the Address if we are availing e-stamp for other purpose?
The Address field is a field provided by the Government to know the details about the Stamp Duty payer. So, its better to provide the Address of the Party OR you can also write Not Applicable in a field if you do not wish to get the Address print on e-stamp paper and e-stamp will be generated accordingly.
What if we want Bulk Quantity of e-Stamp Paper?
You can just simply place your request while clicking the link provide on the right top and we will get back to you with the impressive and quick service for Bulk e-stamp paper.