Who are WE?
We are WS GENESIS MARKETING, a small but motivated company specializing in Tenancy Agreement E Stamping Service. We believe passionately in excellent service, which is why we commit ourselves to giving you the best.
If you’re looking for e stamping services, you’re in the right place.
Our customers are our top priority and through our services we work hard towards building long-lasting and meaningful relations with them.
We hope you enjoy our services as much as we enjoy offering them to you. If you have any questions or comments, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Mr. Teoh Ming Wei
(Founder of WS GENESIS MARKETING)
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In Malaysia, Stamp duty is a tax levied on a variety of written instruments specifies in the First Schedule of Stamp Duty Act 1949. In general term, stamp duty will be imposed to legal, commercial and financial instruments.
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The main reason of stamping your tenancy agreement is to provide protection to the parties who signed the contract/agreement, as the document is now admissible for the court in case of any dispute.
(Annual Rental - RM2400) divided by RM250 and then multiplied by RM 1, RM 2 or RM 4 according to the duration of your agreement. 1 year or less = RM1, 1-3 years = RM2 and 3 years and more = RM4.
RM10 is the charge for stamping a duplicate copy of the agreement.
An instrument may be stamped within 30 days of its execution if executed within Malaysia or within 30 days after it has been first received in Malaysia, if it has been executed outside Malaysia.
If it is not stamped within the period stipulated, a penalty of:
(a) RM25.00 or 5% of the deficient duty, whichever is the greater, if stamped within 3 months after the time for stamping;
(b) RM50.00 or 10% of the deficient duty, whichever is the greater, if stamped after 3 months but not later than 6 months after the time for stamping;
(c) RM100.00 or 20% of the deficient duty, whichever is the greater, if stamped after 6 months from the time for stamping; may be imposed.
(the above rates are effective from 1/1/2003)