With BharatStamp, you can procure, store and affix stamp papers digitally to achieve 100% paperless eContracts.
Eliminate stamp procurement hassles, maintain a precise inventory and ensure total compliance with Indian stamping laws
BharatStamp allows you to affix stamp paper digitally for 25+ States - helping you stay compliant across your Indian operations
Need to pay different stamp duty on each agreement? Avoid legal risks and use Dynamic Stamping to pay percentage based stamp duty instantly in compliance with the IT Act
No more dealing with Stamp vendors in different States, no more coordinating across your various branch offices. Use Bharat Stamp’s powerful, centralized tracker to keep track of your team’s stamp procurement and usage
We have a 3 step plan for you to get started with BharatStamp:
Digital stamping or e-stamping is a method of paying stamp duty for agreements electronically. With Leegality’s BharatStamp you can affix digital stamp papers from 25+ states to your electronic agreements - allowing your eContract processes to be compliant with Indian stamping laws.
BharatStamp is completely legal under Section 4 of the IT Act and is currently being used by 500+ companies across India.
Leegality’s BharatStamp ensures compliance by:
1. Purchasing stamps ONLY from government authorised vendors
2. Ensuring defacement happens on the physical copy of the stamp paper
3. Affixing ONLY the digitally rendered copy of the physical, defaced stamp paper
4. Sending the physical copies (along with defacement) to your organisation for future reference
Parties often stamp the agreement at the highest rate applicable among all the states that could possibly be involved. Given the legal specifics involved, we would recommend that you consult your lawyer/legal counsel for this question.
Certain states, such as Maharashtra and Gujarat, expressly mention within their state stamp laws that stamp papers which have not been used within a period of 6 months from the date of purchase shall be rendered invalid. However in most States this time-limit doesn’t exist. BharatStamp, by default keeps your stamps valid for 6 months. However, if your legal team wants us to extend this validity - we can do so based on your request.
Through Leegality’s BharatStamp you can purchase and affix digital stamp papers from these 26 States/UTs - Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh, Delhi, Goa, Gujarat, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Kerala, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Odisha, Pondicherry, Punjab, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Telangana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttaranchal, West Bengal