49. BILL OR NOTE PROTESTATION, that is, any written statement by a notary or other person acting legally as such and attesting to the dishonour of a change or title of claim. Twenty rupees. STAMPS TO BE USED – sticks of foreign bills bear “notarial” [see rule 19(d)] 50. PROTESTER BY THE MASTER OF A SHIP, that is, any statement he has made for the adjustment of losses or the calculation of average values of the details of their voyage and any written statement he has made against the charterers or recipients for the non-loading or unloading of the vessel if that statement is authenticated or attested by a notary or any other person acting legally. See also the mention of the captain of a ship (Article 44). STAMPS TO BE USED – No – Judicial Stamp Paper Rule 6 or Special Adhesive Stamp, Rule 10 (ii). 51. RECONVEYANCE OF MORTGAGED PROPERTY- a) if the consideration for which the property was pledged does not exceed the rupees, 2,500. The same obligation as a loan (Article 13) for such a consideration.

b) in any other case.. .. .. 1.[Two hundred rupees.] STAMPS TO BE USED – No – Judicial Stamp Paper Rule 6 or Special Adhesive Stamp, Rule 10 (ii). 200 rupees. 52 RELEASE, that is, any instrument (no dissemination, as provided in Section 24), where a person waives the right to another person or a particular property, a) if the amount or value of the claim does not exceed 2,500 rupees. The same right as a loan (Article 13) for that amount or value. b) in any other case, 2. [Two hundred rupees.] STAMPS TO BE USED – Adhesive stamps, rule 13 (f) or non-jurisdiction, rule 6.

However, every time such agreements are to be implemented, the implementation of an agreement on stamp paper takes time, laborious and, therefore, in practice. According to a July 2020 report, the Tamil Nadu government should reduce stamp and registration fees for all leases over 12 months. This is one of the conditions set by the World Bank for the financing of the housing sector strengthening programme in Tamil Nadu. b) one rupee for each unit of 1 kilogram of gold or part of it. c) an rupee for each unit of 100 sovereigns or parts of it. c) Oleoptera One rupee per 10,000 kg of oleoptera. (d) the thread of each species, non-mineral oils or spices of any kind. One rupee for every 10,000 rupees or a portion of the value of yarn of any kind, non-mineral oils or spices of any kind, as the state government may indicate in a press release to the Official Journal. (e) of all other goods exceeding the value of twenty rupees. One rupee for every 10,000 rupees or part of it.

(f) equities, scrip, shares, bonds, bonds, bonds or other similar marketable securities in excess of the value of twenty rupees, as this is not a government guarantee. One rupee for every rupee 10,000 or part of the value of the security, at the time of purchase or sale, as the Caes can be. (g) state security.