With Signzy’s e-Stamping API, you can pay stamp duty online & enable smooth contract workflows. E-Stamping is a replacement for the physical paper-based stamp process and is now widely accepted by most entities. This can be used for stamping any contract, agreement, or franking any documents.
Use Cases of the API
USPs of the API
No-Code AI-Driven Process
Applicable Across States
Updated Regulations Compliant
Easy to Use
Signzy’s e-Stamping API is optimized with the best user interface
With exceptional precision, our API will detect fraudsters who try to use fake credentials, stamping details or resources
Paperless and Enhanced UX
Error-free and paperless e-Stamping process
What is an e-Stamp?
An e-stamp is a digitized version of the conventional stamp paper. It utilizes cloud technology, due to which the users can save their stamp papers at a secured location and in a temper-free, easily retrievable manner.
What is e-Stamping?
Electronic Stamping, also known as e-stamping, is a method to pay government non-judicial stamp duty electronically. E-Stamping was launched to enhance the stamp duty payment method. Stock Holding Corporation of India Limited (SHCIL) is responsible for all the e-Stamps utilized in the country. SHCIL is a body appointed by the Central Government. It is also responsible for the maintenance of records.
Where can businesses use e-Stamping?
Stamp Papers are utilized for creating agreements/contracts as well as affidavits. Every agreement, from office rental to vehicle lease agreements, must be printed on stamp paper. Contracts comprise everyday business transactions in almost all industries. On the other hand, affidavits are commonly used by regulatory bodies to issue circulars. E-Stamping can be used in all these fields for faster and better results.
How do you integrate the e-Stamping API?
Once you receive the link to the inquiry form, access it and fill in your details. After this, proceed with the option of integrating Signzy’s e-Stamping API. Next, provide the documents that require e-Stamping. The API will verify the details and continue the process.
Which states support e-stamping?
The following states and union territories support e-Stamping:
- Andaman & Nicobar
- Andhra Pradesh
- Himachal Pradesh
- Jammu & Kashmir
- Madhya Pradesh
- Tamil Nadu
- Uttar Pradesh
- West Bengal
Are e-agreements valid?
Under the Information Technology Act, 2000, particularly Section 10-A, an electronic contract is valid and enforceable. Therefore, e-agreements are valid under a court of law and are also eligible for stamp duty.