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  1. poonam

    hello all of you.
    plz guide me in a better way.
    I have few stocks in physical form which I do not wish to sell before 5 yrs..
    can I demat after 5 yrs when I wish to sell.
    secondly is there anyone who can guide me rightly my maa had invested in kvp of post office in 1989.
    but due to shifting she lost her original certificates and she has just Date of deposit and name of post office..
    but department people are harassing us and saying the record is not available.
    plz help us.

    1. admin

      Dear Poonam,

      Thanks for reaching out to us. According to SEBI LODR Amendment Regulations, effective 31st March 2019, requests for effecting transfer of securities in physical form shall not be processed unless the securities are held in the dematerialized form with a depository.

      You may access the circular from the website of the Bombay Stock Exchange using the following link:
      https://www.bseindia.com/corporates/CirularToListedComp.html

      We request you to write to us at einward.ris@karvy.com with following details which will enable us to assist you further:
      4) Folio no
      5) PAN number
      6) Certificate number

      Alternatively, you can contact us on 1800 3454 001 (Toll Free)
      However, please note we will be unable to help you with respect to Kisan Vikas Patra (Post Office).

      Team Karvy

  2. krishnanand

    i want to transfer or sell physical share of of Reliance group of co.
    I am having reliance gorup of co share in three differnt name
    1st Name is mine 2nd name is my Father (old age cant sign)
    2nd Name is my Mother ( Died)
    2nd name is my freing (not in town)

    Please advice what to do.

    Regards
    Krishna d. Pai
    Mumbai

    1. admin

      Dear Krishnand,

      Thanks for reaching out to us. We request you to write to us at einward.ris@karvy.com with following details which will enable us to assist you further:

      1) Folio no
      2) PAN number
      3) Certificate number

      Alternatively, you can contact us on 1800 3454 001 (Toll Free)

      Team Karvy

  3. Anita Thomas

    I understand that you cannot trade in physical shares after 1sr April 2019 but can you continue to convert your physical shares after his date. Is there a bar against converting after this date.

    1. admin

      Dear Anita,

      Thanks for reaching out to us. According to SEBI LODR Amendment Regulations, effective 31st March 2019, requests for effecting transfer of securities in physical form shall not be processed unless the securities are held in the dematerialized form with a depository.

      You may access the circular from the website of the Bombay Stock Exchange using the following link:
      https://www.bseindia.com/corporates/CirularToListedComp.html

      We request you to write to us at einward.ris@karvy.com with the following details enabling us to assist you further.
      1) Folio no
      2) PAN number
      3) Certificate number

      Alternatively, you can contact us on 1800 3454 001 (Toll Free)

      Team Karvy

  4. jatin rajput

    my father purchase 200 share of bank of india. but in 2008 he was died . now what is the process for transfer the shares .

    1. admin

      Dear Jatin,

      Thanks for reaching out to us. To get your father’s shares transferred, we request you to contact Bank of India as we are not the concerned registrar. They will be able to help you out.

      Team Karvy

  5. Hema

    I have misplaced my share certificates in the process of getting duplicate ones. Since the deadline will be over can I gift the physical shares to my daughter once I receive it and then have it dematerilised as she too has a demat account.
    Please advise.

    1. admin

      Dear Hema,

      Thanks for reaching out to us. According to SEBI LODR Amendment Regulations, effective 31st March 2019, requests for effecting transfer of securities in physical form will not be processed unless the securities are held in the dematerialized form with a depository.

      We request you to get the shares dematerialized on your name and then transfer the share to your daughter’s demat account.

      For further clarifications we request you to write to us at einward.ris@karvy.com with following details thus enabling us to assist you further:

      1) Folio no
      2) PAN number
      3) Certificate number

      Alternatively, you can contact us on 1800 3454 001 (Toll Free)

      Team Karvy

  6. M VARA KUMAR

    Sir,
    I have some physical share certificates. So I want to demat the share certificates. Can you give me guidelines if it is possible.

    1. Prakash Industries. 2. Ganesh Polytex. 3. Nova Iron and steel etc.

    1. admin

      Dear Vara Kumar,

      Please submit the original share certificates along with duly signed demat request form to your DP for demat of shares.

      Team Karvy

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  8. RAJEEV KUMAR

    physical share transfer to demat account form

  9. Hii
    i have some physical shares of reliance various companies which are now merged, so before demating the shares they are asking me to bring fresh new physical shares of the company in which the old share is merged. How can KARVY help me out with it?

    1. admin

      Dear Deepak,

      We request you to provide company specific information to kfpl.support@karvy.com to enable us to serve you better.

      Team Karvy

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  11. Kartik Wadhwa

    Please tell me that the DRF form gets submitted to the DP or goes to the R&T?

  12. Durga Panda

    Good morning to you.

    I have 100 share of HDFC bank in physical form. I want to convert it to electronic . Pleas elet me know hat are the procedure and how I will convert this.

  13. R Shankar

    I have a few holdings in physical form (Karvy is the registrar for most). These shares have joint holders. I am no longer an Indian citizen (OCI holder). I was told there is no way to open a demat account other than to liquidate the shares. Can I transfer the shares to one of the joint holders (and, make them the sole holder) since they are an indian citizen? If yes, what is the process of making one of the joint holders the sole holder? Does this person need to have a demat account for the transfer?

    thanks

    1. admin

      Dear Mr. Shankar,

      Please be informed that as per SEBI (Listing Obligations and Disclosure Requirements) Regulations, 2015, any requests for transfer of securities held in physical mode, except for the transmission or transposition of securities, cannot not be processed beyond March 31, 2019.

      With regards to the same, we hereby advise you to get your shares dematerialized at the earliest. For further queries, please write an E-mail at kfpl.support@karvy.com

      Thanking you,
      Team Karvy

  14. Amrit

    My grandfather purchased 100 shares of Reliance Industries Limited in physical format,but he expired few years back. How can I transfer these shares into my father(sole nominee) demat account.

    1. admin

      Dear Amrit,

      We request you to send the copies of the below mentioned documents at the address given at the end, to enable us transmit the shares in favour of Legal Heir(s),

      If the shares value is less than 2 lac then the documents needed are as under:

      1. A request letter duly signed by legal heirs.

      2. An attested copy of the death certificate of deceased.

      3. Copy of Letter of Administration / Probate / Succession certificate, duly attested/notarised.
      OR
      Letter of Indemnity on non-judicial stamp paper (NJSP) of Rs.500/- and a affidavit executed on Rs.100/- on (NJSP) duly attested/notarised (format enclosed).

      4. Original share certificate(s).

      5. Attested copy of Legal Heir Certificate is required.

      6. Provide Legal Heir(s) Proof of address documents like Telephone Bill / Electricity Bill / Voter ID Card/Driving License etc if there is any change in address.

      7. Self attested copy of PAN Card(s).

      8. Cancelled cheque leaf.

      In case, the shares value is more than 2 lac then documents needed are as under:

      1. A request letter duly signed by legal heirs.

      2. An attested copy of the death certificate of deceased.

      3. Copy of Letter of Administration / Probate / Succession certificate, duly attested/notarised.

      4. Original share certificate(s).

      5. Provide Legal Heir(s) Proof of address documents like Telephone Bill / Electricity Bill / Voter ID Card / Driving License etc if there is any change in address.

      6. Self attested copy of PAN Card(s).

      7. Cancelled cheque leaf.

      Address :

      Karvy Fintech Private Limited

      Karvy Selenium Tower B, Plot Nos. 31 & 32 | Financial District

      Nanakramguda |Serilingampally Mandal | Hyderabad – 500032 | India

      Thanks & Regards,
      Team Karvy

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  17. P venkateswara rao

    i purchased TVS srichakara shares in 1990 and still i have been receiving divided every year but it’s in physical certificate, so i would like to add to ICICI demat.

    Could you guide me what is the procedure to transform shares into demat from physical certificate.

    Best Regards,
    Venkatesh

    1. admin

      Dear Venkateshwara Rao,

      Please share your folio no./PAN no./ account/customer Id and registered contact details to kfpl.support@karvy.com to enable us to serve you better.

      Thanks,
      Team Karvy

  18. mohd Saqib

    Hi Team,

    My father have physical shares of Bank of India, and he also have a DEMAT account, kindly advice how these physical shares can be transferred in his DEMAT account.

    Regards
    Mohd Saqib

    1. admin

      Dear Mohd Saqib,

      Please share your PAN no./ account/customer Id and registered contact details to kfpl.support@karvy.com to enable us to serve you better.

      Team Karvy

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  21. Sumit kumar yadav

    Hi Team,

    My father have physical shares of Reliance Group of Co. ,and he purchased these shares back in 1990 through KARVY only. kindly advice how these physical shares can be transferred in his DEMAT account.

    Regards
    Sumit kumar Yadav

  22. nitin

    I have some physical share certificates. So I want to demat the share certificates. Can you give me guidelines

    1. DLF CEMENT LIMITED (200-SHARES)
    2. MAHADEV CORPORATION (INDIA) LIMITED (500-SHARES)

    3. MORGAN STANLEY MUTUAL FUND ( UNITS OF MORGAN STANLEY GROWTH FUND )(200-SHARES)

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