Frequently Asked Questions.
What is the procedure for Share Transfer and how much time does it take?
Share Certificate alongwith duly executed share transfer deed mentioning the name of the transferor and transferee, duly signed and stamped should be sent to the R & TA i.e. Beetal Financial and Computer Services Private Limited. The signatures should preferably be attested by a Bank or notary or a Magistrate to avoid objection of mismatch of signatures. At the back of the share transfer deed share transfer stamps of 0.25% of the market value of the shares or the consideration value, whichever is higher as on the date of execution of share transfer deed has to be affixed. The transferee will have to attach a copy of self attested PAN card.

The process of transfer usually takes 15 days in case of duly filled in and executed share transfer deed alongwith share certificate lodged with Registrar /DLFL
In case of Gift of shares, what is the procedure? Does it attract stamp duty?
In case of gifted shares, the procedure for registering them will be same as the procedure for normal transfer of shares. The present rate of stamp duty in case of gifted shares is 0.25% of the market value prevailing on the date of execution of the transfer deed. 
What is the procedure for transmission of shares?
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Transmission of shares arises in case of death of the registered shareholder. For transmission of shares, the requisite documents required to be submitted with R & TA.

If the shares are held in joint names, the deceased shareholder's name only is deleted. A copy of the death certificate of the deceased registered shareholder, duly attested by competent authorities (magistrate, notary, public, gazette officer, managers of nationalized banks or officials of DLFL) is to be sent to Registrar /DLFL alongwith the share certificate.

In case of single shareholder, the shares will be transmitted in favour of those persons who are heirs of the deceased registered shareholder as per the will executed by him.

In case the deceased shareholder had not left any will, transmission of the shares will be effected only on production of succession certificate or letters of administration.
What is the procedure for issue of duplicate share certificate?
The loss of share certificates(s) has to be reportedly immediately toDLFL/Registrar & Transfer Agent alongwith certificate nos./ folio no. and distinctive nos. to enable the company to stop transfer of shares.

Duplicate share certificate(s) will be issued only after submission of the requisite documents and necessary notification regarding loss/ non receipt of the original share certificates is given in the newspapers, if required.
What is the procedure for the dematerialization of shares? 
Dematerialisation is the process by which a client can get physical certificates converted into electronic balances.
An investor intending to dematerialise its securities needs to have an account with a Depository Participant (DP). The client has to surrender the share certificates registered in its name to the DP. DP in turn informs the Issuer/R&T Agent electronically. If the Issuer/R&T agent finds the share certificates in order then an equivalent number of shares credited electronically by DP to the account of the shareholder.
Whom should I approach for change of address? 
Registrar and Transfer Agents i.e. Beetal Financial & Computer Services Private Limited. 
Who is DLFL Registrar Transfer Agent (R&TA)?
Beetal Financial & Computers Services Private Limited is DLFL (R&TA) they can be contacted at:-

Beetal House 3rd Floor,
99, Madangir, Behind Local Shopping Center,
Near Dada Harsukhdas Mandir,
New Delhi-110062
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