. Agreement. 2. Paragraph 1 of the contract of sale reads as follows: « 1. That I received about 1,15,000 rupees (rupees one lakh fifteen thousand) at the time of the sale of the above country … 3. However, in the written statement, the defendants disputed the applicants` allegation and stated that no contract of sale had ever been concluded and that the property had never been concluded. On the. On the basis of the pleadings and the written statement, the Court of First Instance formulated several questions. During the trial, an attempt was made to prove the contract of sale in the minds of the plaintiffs and to admit it as evidence.
(a)such an act shall be accepted as evidence against consideration of the duty with which it is collected or, in the case of an insufficiently stamped act, of the amount necessary to replace that tax, as well as a penalty of five rupees or, if ten times the amount of the duly duly or defective part thereof exceeds five rupees; an amount equal to ten times that tax or part of that tax; The deed of sale is the most important legal document by which a seller transfers his right of ownership to the buyer, who then acquires absolute ownership of the property. In cases where you have purchased and owned a property under a purchase agreement, title to the property will continue to remain with the developer unless a deed of sale has been signed and subsequently registered under the Indian Registration Act. No taxable document may be admitted as evidence or admitted, recorded or certified as evidence by such a person or official who is authorized under legal law or the consent of the parties to add evidence, unless such document is duly stamped: 22. We have already established that section 33 of the act requires all authorities to choose a document. The court empowered to oppose a document of evidence is obliged to bring it into force. The unreg registered deed of sale was an instrument requiring payment of stamp duty applicable to a deed of transfer. Appropriate stamp duty has not been paid. The court therefore had the power to make an order within the meaning of section 35 of the Act. `In order to clarify the balance sheet, the accuracy of the judgment under appeal (Laxminarayan & Ors. . . .