Stamp duty on all instruments of an asset lease between a client and a financier, concluded in accordance with the Syariah Principles for the Restructuring or Restructuring of an Existing Islamic Finance Facility, is waived up to the amount of the tax that should be paid on the balance of the balance of the existing Islamic Finance Facility. the instrument made available for the existing Islamic facility has been properly stamped. Stamp duty is applied to instruments and not to transactions. If a transaction can be made without creating a transfer instrument, no tax is payable. Instruments exported to Malaysia that are taxable must be stamped within thirty days from the date of execution. If the instruments are exported outside Malaysia, they must be stamped in Malaysia within thirty days of their first receipt. Exemption from stamp duty on loans or financing agreements concluded from 27 February 2020 to 31 December 2020 for the Financing Facility for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) approved by Bank Negara Malaysia, namely the Special Facility, the Mechanism for All Economic Sectors, the SME Automation and Digitisation Facility, the agrofood mechanism and the microenterprise mechanism. Stamp duty exemption for the deed of transfer and loan agreement for the purchase of residential property worth RM300.001 to RM2,500,000 by Malaysian citizens under the Home Ownership Campaign 2020/2021: 0.5% stamp duty on the value of services/loans. However, stamp duty may be higher than 0.1% for the following instruments: exemption from stamp duty on all instruments related to the purchase of real estate by a financier for the purposes of retrolocation according to the Syariah principles or an instrument by which the financier assumes a customer`s contractual obligations arising from a principal purchase agreement. Examples of exemptions, rebates or exemptions from stamp duty available are as follows: the penalty for late sealing varies depending on the period of delay.
The maximum penalty is RM100 or 20% of the default tax, whichever is greater. Exemption from stamp duty on instruments executed by a contractor or developer who saves, i.e. a contractor or developer designated or approved by the Minister of Housing and Local Government to carry out renovation work on an abandoned project. . . .