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THE REGISTRATION ACT, 1908

Title : THE REGISTRATION ACT, 1908

Year : 1908



1*** The State Government shall prepare a table of fees payable-

(a) For the registration of documents;

(b) For searching the registers;

(c) For making or granting copies of reasons, entries or documents, before, on or after registration;and of extra or additional fees payable-

(d) For every registration under section 30;

(e) For the issue of commissions;

(f) For filing translations;

(g) For attending at private residences;

(h) For the safe custody and return of documents; and

(i) For such other matters as appear to the State Government necessary to effect the purposes of this Act.

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1 The words "Subject to the control of the G. G. in C." rep. by Act
38 of 1920, s. 2 and Sch. I.

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A table of the fees so payable shall be published in the Official Gazette, and a copy thereof in English and the vernacular language of the district shall be exposed to public view in every registration office.



All fees for the registration of documents under this Act shall be payable on the presentation of such documents. 1*

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1 For Part XIIIA, comprising ss. 80A to 80G, applicable to Bengal only, see the Bengal Touts Act, 1942 (Ben. 5 of 1942), s. 9.36.

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