Tax exemption for stamp duty and registration

POSTED BY Sateesh ON January 3, 2013 3:26 pm COMMENTS (6)

Hi,

I have taken home loan from SBI for the construction of house in my plot. At the time of taking loan i paid some stamp duty. Can i claim that for tax exemption? If Yes, what are the documents need to be submitted.?

 

 

Thanks in Advance

Sateesh

6 replies on this article “Tax exemption for stamp duty and registration”

  1. Sateesh says:

    Hi, Actually the plot was registered on my name in NOV 2011 and in april 2012 ; i availed SBI home loan. So, can you clarify on plot registration charges and stamp duty charges paid on loan.So, on what i can avail exemption? thanks…

  2. Sateesh says:

    Hi,
    i understood about stamp duty. But registration means is it the registration of plot on my name before construction? or house registration is different?

  3. Dear Sateesh, within the over all limit of 1l Rs. of section 80c, you can claim stamp duty & registration charges. To claim this benefit, the copy of stamp duty receipt & registration docs are required.

    Thanks

    Ashal

  4. Sanjay says:

    Stamp Duty and Registration Charges for a home: The amount you pay as stamp duty when you buy a house, and the amount you pay for the registration of the documents of the house can be claimed as deduction under section 80C in the year of purchase of the house.
    So Max Limit is Rs 1L. But you may have already exhausted this limit due to prinicpal of Home Loan, Insurance premium, PPF/EPF etc…

  5. RD says:

    You can claim defenately claim. I am also claiming same for current financial year (2012-2013).
    Documents required
    1) Stamp duty paid reciept copy
    2) Sale deed (Registry) copy

  6. Vinodh Kumar says:

    Photocopy of Stamp Duty Paid Receipt pertaining to the current financial year (Apr ’12 – Mar ’13).

    –Vinodh Kumar

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