It will suffice to create a tax if it is clear from the document that there is a clear intention to use the property as collateral for the payment of the money, without transferring interest or rights to the property.  In accordance with section 77 of the Companies Act, 2013, each company receiving a royalty records the information signed by the company and its royalty holder at the same time as the established instruments.  For example, A inherited a property from his grandmother. He receives some rent from this property. Now he has, of his own volition, an agreement to pay some of the rent to B.B will have a fee for the property in question. (d) a floating cargo on land is not recorded until it has crystallized; (d) in the event of a change in a tax that is granted or who owns the estate, royalty or interest that is subject to the amended tax. Lot is a term defined in Section 100 of Transfer of Property Act, 1882  (hereafter the TPA) and whose registration is covered by the Companies Act 2013.  A royalty is a right of interest or right created through an asset or property. It may be either on land or buildings, or on mobile land such as a car, gold, etc., (a) a security of credit obligation or a security contract that creates a mortgage on certain lands must be included in Form B; If a priority agreement is part of the same package or application, the Add Information field can be used to describe the priority agreement between the relevant royalties or applications. (4) For the reference of the document, enter the general number of the instrument page and the paragraph number in which the interests are placed (the deliverance words). If the words that create interest are included in a series of standard fee terms submitted, enter the sentence filing number and the page and paragraph number on which the interest is created. While the distinction between tax and mortgage, the Supreme Court of JK (Bombay) Private Ltd against New Kaiser-I-Hind Spinning and Weaving Co Ltd maintained that: please give a brief description of the type of transaction and royalty. An entity must provide the Registrar, within 30 days of the date of the creation of a tax, with detailed information on the amount of the levy, at the same time as the instrument or its certified compliant copy, with respect to certain costs.
If it is not filed, it is void with respect to the liquidator and any other creditor of the company. This does not mean that the tax is completely inoperative and that the debt is not usable. As long as the company is not in liquidation, the fee is good and may be applied.  This is the transfer of interests in real estate. For example- A and B have entered into a contract to transfer a property provided that B A grandson C, the rental of the property mentioned in C will be 18. B`s costs will be a burden on fiduciary property, but this tax cannot be imposed by the sale of that property, as it would result in the destruction of the trust, which is prohibited by Section 32 of the Trust Act.  For example, B made the full payment of the purchase money to A in advance. However, A does not transfer the property and does not register it in B`s name. A royalty will be created by the operation of the property law in question for the benefit of B.