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    Home > Frequently Asked Questions  > e-Stamping of Property Document

E-Stamp Account

1.

Q:

How can I open an E-Stamp Account? Can this be done via the Internet?

  

A:

Please complete an application form [Form IRSD 109] (download form) and send it back to the Stamp Office by fax/post/in person. Online application via the Internet is currently not available.
 

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2.

Q:

Can an individual open an E-Stamp Account?

  

A:

No. Please use the Taxpayer Identification Number and Password ( details).
 

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3.

Q:

Can a firm open more than 1 E-Stamp Account?

  

A:

Yes. You can open up to 20 E-Stamp Accounts for each main office or branch. For example, if the firm has 10 office/branches, it can open up to 200 E-Stamp Accounts.
 

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4.

Q:

Is it necessary to deposit fund in the E-Stamp Account?

  

A:

No.
 

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5.

Q:

My E-Stamp Account is suspended due to wrong input of password, what shall I do?

  

A:

You may re-apply for an Access Code. Please complete Form IRSD 109 (download form) and send it back to the Stamp Office by fax/post/in person.
 

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6.

Q:

I have forgotten my password, what shall I do?

  

A:

You may re-apply for an Access Code. Please complete Form IRSD 109 (download form) and send it back to the Stamp Office by fax/post/in person.
 

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7.

Q:

Our firm has just registered a number of E-Stamp Accounts. Do we need to inform IRD the name of holder of each account and changes thereafter?

  

A:

No. The Company is free to allot its E-Stamp Account to individual staff. It should however exercise adequate security control. Upon a change of account holder, please change the password immediately. This can be done via the Internet at GovHK website (http://www.gov.hk/en/apps/irdestamping.htm).
 

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