Securities and Exchange Board of India with a view to make the process of transmission of securities more efficient and investor friendly, had issued a circular no. CIR/MIRSD/10/2013 dated October 28, 2013. Pursuant to various investors requests and complaints from the investors with regard to the clarification of certain points mentioned in clause 2 of the Annexure A to the aforesaid circular dated October 13, 2013, SEBI decided to modify clause 2 of the said Annexure – A. The modifications are mentioned below:
Documentary requirement for securities held in physical mode
- For securities held in single name with a nominee:
- Duly signed transmission request form by the nominee.
- Original or Copy of death certificate duly attested by a Notary Public or by a Gazetted Officer.
- Self attested copy of PAN card of the nominee. (Copy of PAN card may be substituted with ID proof in case of residents of Sikkim after collecting address proof)
- For securities held in single name without a nominee, the following additional documents may be sought:
a) Affidavit from all the legal heirs made on appropriate non judicial stamp paper – to the effect of identification and claim of legal ownership to the securities. Provided that in case the legal heir(s)/claimant(s) is named in the succession certificate or probate of will or will or letter of administration, an affidavit from such legal heir/claimant(s) alone would be sufficient.
b) For value of securities upto` 2,00,000 (Rupees Two lakh only) per issuer company as on date of application, one or more of the following documents:
- Succession certificate or probate of will or will or letter of administration or court decree, as may be applicable in terms of Indian Succession Act, 1925.
- In the absence of the documents as mentioned at (1) above,
- A No objection certificate [NOC] from all legal heir(s) executed by all the legal heirs of the deceased holder not objecting to such transmission (or) copy of Family Settlement Deed duly notarized and
- An Indemnity bond made on appropriate non judicial stamp paper – indemnifying the STA/Issuer Company.
3. For value of securities more than `2,00,000 (Rupees Two lakh only) per issuer company as on the date of application:
Succession certificate or probate of will or will or letter of administration or court decree, as may be applicable in terms of Indian Succession Act, 1925.
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