Registration and Stamps department has authorized limited banks that can collect stamp duty and registration fees through internet banking which are as follows;
Andhra Bank, Bank of Baroda, Bank of India, Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, Central Bank of India, Corporation Bank, Dena Bank, I. D. B. I. Bank, Indian Bank, Indian Overseas Bank, Punjab National Bank, State Bank of Hyderabad, State Bank of India, State Bank of Patyala, Union Bank and Vijaya Bank. OR You can make payment through GRAS (Government Receipts Accounting System) Finance Department (FD) Government of Maharashtra through the website: https://gras.mahakosh.gov.in/echallan/
There are only 4 banks which are authorised to issues E-SBTR which are as follows Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, I. D. B. I. Bank and Punjab National Bank.
(You can pay only registration fee through simple receipt only). Note : You can not make only registration fee through E-SBTR.
The Registration and Stamp Department has provided various online modes to pay the stamp duty and registration fee through Internet Banking, Debit Card, Simple Receipts and ESBTR.
SIMPLE RECEIPT : Is a receipt which is printed on normal paper (paper size A4) which is a proof of payment made towards stamp duty and registration fee. This receipt has to attach to the relevant instrument / document (Whether the instrument / document which has to be register). Minimum amount for simple receipt is Rs. 300/- or higher value. Normally Simple receipt which are only valid for paying stamp duty and registration fee on those documents or instruments related to immovable property which has to be register.
E-SBTR : Just look like traditional Non-Judicial Stamp Paper which is printed on special stationery paper within built security features which are supplied to the listed banks i.e (Bank of Maharashtra, Canara Bank, I. D. B. I. Bank and Punjab National Bank) by Indian Security Press which is in Nashik.
OFFLINE (Across Bank Counter) : Any person can pay stamp duty and registration fee in SIMPLE RECEIPT or E-SBTR by CASH, DEMAND DRAFT (Outstation cheque or Demand Draft not allowed) / CHEQUE (local cheque allowed subject to clearance) in favor of respective bank or pay through remit the requisite amount by way of NEFT (National Electronic Funds Transfer) from his bank to designated account at the selected branches of listed banks
E-SBTR (Electronic-Secure Bank and Treasury Receipt) has to attach to the relevant instrument / document (Whether the instrument / document which has to be register or not).
Minimum amount for E-SBTR is Rs. 5000/- or higher value.
NOTE: RTGS remittance is not allowed by IDBI Bank.
Yes the State Bank of India (SBI) has a facility to pay stamp duty and registration fee through Debit Card.
The procedure for making payment of stamp duty and registration through GRAS which is as below;
1. Visit GRAS website
Pay without Registration
3. Select payment mode as
4. Select Department name as
Inspector General of Registration
5. Select payment type as
or Non-Judicial Stamp Duty Customer Payment Registration Fees
6. Select applicable
7. Select applicable
where you want to visit. (Receipt can be used anywhere in concurrent jurisdiction) Office Name
8. Select applicable
as current financial year. Period (Year)
in next selection box One Time / Adhoc
10. Enter Payment amount in
11. Select applicable
12. Enter party details, one from each side. For more people, simply write +2, +3, etc. along with first name. Enter details of property in transaction
"Bank" from drop list through which payment has to be done.
14. Challan would be generated in
" MTR Form Number 6 " Verify the details of challan if details are correct, click on 'Proceed for Payment', otherwise click cancel and re-enter details. Note down the GRN displayed on screen and then click 'OK' Selected bank's website will open
Enter login id and password of bank, Confirm Payment and finally the e-Challan will be generated print the same and sign it, and attach the e-challan to document.
Make Note : You can not make any correction or modification after generating the payment receipt. The Government of Maharashtra has not provided such facilities for any kind of correction or modification after payment procedure is completed.
Below list is of customer care toll free helpline number of banks for general enquiries and supports. Customers can call on the below number for help and assistance which are toll free number so no call charges will apply.
Toll Free Numbers.
Names of Banks
Toll Free No.
1800 425 2905
Bank of Baroda
1800 102 4455
Bank of India
1800 22 0229
Bank of Maharashtra
1800 233 4526
1800 102 2636
1800 425 0018
Central Bank of India
1800 200 1911
1800 425 3555
1800 233 6427
I.D. B. I. Bank
1800 200 1947
Indian Overseas Bank
1800 425 4445
Punjab National Bank
1800 180 2222
State Bank of Hyderabad
1800 425 1825
State Bank of India
1800 425 3800
State Bank of Patiala
1800 180 2010
1800 22 2244
1800 425 4066
Help Line Numbers of Gras and Inspection General of Stamps
This is a help line number provided by the below listed department for the public for any query regarding the payment of Stamp Duty and Registration Fee, general inquiries and supports. Public can call on the number for help and assistance which are charged number so call charges will apply.
Government Department Maharashtra State
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