Aizawl, 22nd June, 2022 : Land Revenue & Settlement Minister Pu Lalruatkima chaired a meeting today at his office.
Revenue Minister Pu Lalruatkima said that the current stamp duty should be reviewed for various reasons ti a. Stamp Duty, Mutation Fee and Registration Fee should also be reviewed, he said.
Under the Indian Stamp Act, Mizoram amendment, stamp duty is payable at different rates depending on the location of the land and the use of the land. The Act was amended in 2016 to fix the rate at 2%. The rate of the 2013-14 budget is being reviewed today. The rate of the 2013-14 budget is being reviewed today.
Mutation fee for pass holder’s name change and registration fee for deeds were also discussed. The meeting also discussed the importance of registering deeds with the government. The meeting also discussed the importance of registering deeds with the government. Vehicle sales, inheritance, land/property etc. Hetiang a nih avang hian mipuiten hei hi ngai pawimawh se an duh hle a ni. Hetiang a nih avang hian mipuiten hei hi ngai pawimawh se an duh hle a ni.
Deed Writers license for Revenue Department related matters is issued to the public. Deed Writers license is issued to the public for Revenue Department related matters It is also a good idea.
Revenue Secretary Pu R. Zarzosanga, IAS, Additional Secretary Pu C. Lalrosanga, Joint Secretary Pu Angela Zothanpuii, Director Pu K. Laldingliana, Deputy Secretary Pu Zonunthari, Under Secretary Pu Lalhruaitluanga, Deputy Director Pu Remlalliana Hnamte, Settlement Officer ( Aizawl District) Superintendent Pu Victor Lalawmpuia and Pi Lalengzami Ralte, Superintendent were present.