On Stamp And Register Of Bills And Of Protests

Original Language Title: Sul Bollo E Registro Delle Cambiali E Dei Protesti

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1.- E 'due a tax or progressive stamp on any bill of exchange, promissory note or ticket order
stretches in the State, even when they are simply accepted, or endorsed, or with the endorsement
or otherwise dealt with in the State.
2.- The stamp duty should be applied on account of the nominal value indicated in the bills.
3.- The fee that the preceding articles shall be as follows:
Up to 100 L. ....................... L .
0.50 from L. 100 to L. 200 .................. "
0.10 from" 200 "300 .... .............. "
0.15 from" 300 ".................. 600" 0.30 | || from "600 to" 1000 .................. "0.50
by" 1000 "in 2000 ........... ....... "1,00
from" 2000 "3000 .................."
1.50 from "3000" 4000 .................. "
2.00 from" 4000 to "5000 .................. "2.50
for bills of exchange or promissory note in excess of 1000 L. fractions are computable for a thousand full
For bills of exchange or promissory notes that have maturities of over one year, the fee established by this Article
doubled. (1)
4.- The stamp duty mates so ordinary and extraordinary.
It corresponds in an ordinary way for bills of exchange or promissory notes taken in the State, employing
filogranata paper and branded it sells on behalf of that State.
It corresponds so extraordinary on commercial contacts created abroad, and in any way
negotiations at coll'impressione State a special mark, or by the "seen" by
stamp. (2)
5.- The paper bills, promissory notes, money orders or change it for each sheet the height of
118 millimeters and width of 257 mm
6. In the event of extension of maturity of a bill of exchange or promissory note for a term greater than one year
on acceptance, or after issue, it should take the place of affixing the stamp
supplementary which must always be performed by the office stamp and register.
7.- The transcript of bills of exchange and promissory notes in the act of protest
prescribed dall'Art.66 Cambiario of the Code, shall not be performed by notaries except on presentation of
'original number, and if it is not satisfied on the same charge
stamp duty payable or coll'impiego of stamped paper, or with the special stamp in accordance with the provisions of this Act
8. The drawer, the acceptor, the impeller, the employer endorsement and also the owner of the promissory note or ticket order
ran out of the prescribed stamp duty, it is obliged to pay each of the four times
briefed on the value of the ordinary stamp.
They are subject to the same fine clerks, notaries, prosecutors, the sliders you pay a
act on the support from their ministry of exchange or promissory do not bear the prescribed stamp.
9. If the bill of exchange or promissory note is written in filogranata paper of the State, but with insufficient
stamp, four times will be due in respect of the missing amount to fulfillment of
sanctioned tax nell'Art.3. (3)
10.- When the year of the offense committed without the bills or to order tickets
Let them be regularized accordance with the provisions of this Act, the said fine will be doubled
11. If anyone in urgent cases in which it is assumed, without the use of paper
mark established in Art. 3, or too little tax, should not be subject to a fine, as long as the bill or
ticket order is submitted within five days to the office to submit it to formalities and
fee. (4)
12.- E 'due to one of the fixed registration fee for bills of exchange and promissory notes, for its
rulings and executive orders. (5)
13.- For the notaries must be responsible:
for Authentication. of each segnocroce in promissory notes or promissory notes, L.0,60;
For law Directory, L.0,30;
By an act of protest, L.3,70;
For law Directory, L.0,30.

(1) Modified. - See Art. 12 Law Financial Measures
29 March 1897. (2) Modified. - See Art. 13:14 aforementioned Law
29 March 1897. (3) See footnote therein.
(4) See footnote therein.
(5) See Art. 19 et seq. and 41 cited Law 29 March 1897.