For each transaction, separate remittance is necessary. Multiple webtokens NOT allowed with same UTR/Reference/Instrument number.
Payment of Stamp duty and Registration Fees
With effect from Wednesday, 05th March 2014:
1. RTGS mode of remittance has been disabled.
2. Amounts should be remitted vide NEFT to new account number ending with …10700 (instead of …10686).
Mode of Payment
Across the Bank Counter
Type of Receipt
-- Select --
Type Of Instrument
Demand Draft Number
(Instrument date should not be less than 3 months from today. No post dated cheques to be entered)
e-SBTR print is free of charge.
Simple Receipt is valid for compulsorily registerable documents only and e-SBTR is applicable for both optionally as well as compulsorily registerable documents.
For Online payments your Net Banking daily transaction amount limit is to be ensured. You may get the same enhanced as per your requirement, with prior submission of request at your home branch.
After payment "Receipt of online payment to get e-SBTR" to be presented at the selected IDBI branch for obtaining e-SBTR.
In case of Across the bank counter mode of payment, the payment of stamp duty will be made only after submission of Web Token at the selected branch of IDBI within 7 days.
Generation of web token does not mean payment of Stamp duty and Registration Fees.
For each transaction, separate remittance is necessary. Consolidated remittance for multiple transactions is not allowed. Multiple web tokens NOT allowed with same UTR/Reference/Instrument number.
Multiple transactions for single duty payment are not allowed.
Minimum value of transaction for e-SBTR should be Rs.5, 000/-
Copy of the identity proof, as mentioned during data input, must be produced at the Branch for collecting e-SBTR.
No modification in the input data is possible once the payment of stamp duty is made.
For more details you may refer "Frequently Asked Questions" (FAQs) by clicking the following link,
Link for FAQs
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