General power of attorney (gpa) on a 2 rupee stamp paper


My lawyer drafted a General Power of Attorney (GPA) drafted on a 2-rupee stamp paper. I live in Bangalore and this GPA is for my father's property. I got the GPA Notarized and 2 witnesses have signed it.  

I DO NOT plan to get this GPA registered. Does this GPA require additional stamp duty?

 

 
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ha21@rediffmail.com Mumbai : 9820174108

1.  "Irrevocable" POA for Sale /Gift /Transfer /Mortgage /whatever, specifically for "immovable property" must be stamp duty paid (500/-) and duly registered (1000/-), before the local office of Registrar of Sub-Assurances, anywhere in India.

2.  The above is compulsory, irrespective of any blood relation /whosoever.

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