11 January 2021
To The respected & senior professional colleagues My query is: While drafting an agreement in Stamp paper(Rs.50/-) it was discovered that inadvertently there was a minor spelling mistake in name (ie the name AMITABHA was typed as AMITAVA). Can we use a completely new stamp paper or correct the mistake by strike through the misspelt name and certify it by signing both the parties to the agreement. Otherwise we have to destroy a valid stamp paper which I think may not be very prudent. Your opinion in this matter is highly solicited. Regards Abhijit Majumder
11 January 2021
Legally --- Either a Fresh Deed to be made OR these sort of errors should be rectified by executing a Supplementary Deed / Document called Rectification Deed. In case the Original Deed is Registered even the Rectification Deed also should be Registered.
13 January 2021
First I must provide my sincere thanks to all senior experts for immediate response. Reply against the query raised by Sri Rajendra K Goyal that it is a simple ready made fish product dealership agreement for one year. I think some correction in the agreement may be sufficient as because the agreement need not required registration. Oter view is also solicited Regards Abhijit Majumder.
20 January 2021
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