In Thiruvengada Pillai Vs. Navaneethammal &anr. (see here) has been decided by the Supreme Court that a stamp paper, even if it is more than six months old, is valid for use. Section 54 only prohibits refund after six months of purchase, but it does not limit the use of such old stamp paper for an agreement. Thus, nothing prevents you from using it even after years of purchase. The law has no statute of limitations for its validity. The agreements reached on the White Paper are valid. Thus, an agreement made on the 100 rupee stamp paper can certainly be valid if it meets all other legal and legal requirements. S-35:- acts that are not properly labelled as evidence, etc. – No taxable act may be admitted as evidence by a person entitled, by virtue of the law or the consent of the parties, to oppose evidence, or to be recorded or certified as evidence by such a person or official, unless such act is properly stamped. It is clear from the above terms that an unsampled agreement is not considered an agreement in the eyes of the law. d. The agreement to return to you the amount that was executed in an extrajudicial seal document with witness witnesses is a valid agreement on the basis of which you can file an appeal for reimbursement of money.

From the above words, it is quite clear that the use of past stamp paper is genuine even after six months of purchase. But according to my thought and knowledge, it is better to repay it within six months to the collector and get a refund from him. In addition, the buyer should use it as soon as possible. It is very painful to use aging stamp papers for demoted chords or new chords. As is apparent from a report in the Business Standard Journal, which contains this, the Indian Ministry of Finance intends to amend the Indian law (a law that is about 100 years old), which provides that the validity of only one year on stamp titles would be mandatory. This measure should be taken to prevent people from abusing philatelic paper. Note: – If a stamp seller reimburses the collector, he can pay him the full amount without deduction. This is provided for in sec-63 of the Rajasthan Stamp Act, 1998. Sir I would like to know what the validity of a 100 rs of philatelic paper will be (I have heard that it would have expired within a range of 3 years) In accordance with the Stamp Act and the Statute of Limitations, there is no limitation period for the continuation of the validity of a stamp document, with the exception of the judicial stamp document. — Since you have entered into a written agreement with the seller in which he undertook to pay after three months of the Rs.16 lake if you give him possession of your occupied house. So, at least notarized, this agreement is for you. The Indian Stamp Act 1899 deals with the stamp of agreements/documents in India.

The stamping of agreements and documents is desirable, as it guarantees legality and validity, third-party effectiveness and admissibility before the courts, since such agreements can be registered under the Indian Registration Act 1908, which in turn guarantees their applicability. These are in principle used for judicial or judicial proceedings. In other words, if a person wishes to sue another party, then he has to pay a tax to the government for the same thing, that “tax” is collected by the government on top of those fees…