16 Dec 2017 | 7:53 AM
 
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FAQs - Delivery Instruction Slips / Stock Transfer

What is Delivery Instruction Slip? What if I lost my Delivery Instruction Slip?
  A delivery instruction slip is a cheque by which you authorize your depository participant to debit your securities from your account and transfer to the account whose details are filled on the stated slip.

In case you lost your delivery instruction slip, you shall immediately notify in writing to our customer care for blocking the stated Delivery Instruction slip.
   
How can I transfer stocks from my depository account?
  To transfer stock from your depository account, you need to fill up the Delivery Instruction slip with the details of recipient in either market trade column or off-market trade column for effecting transfer of shares.

Market Trades:

Any trade settled through a clearing corporation is termed as a 'Market Trade'. These trades are done through stock brokers on a stock exchange.

Off – Market Trades:

'Off Market Trade' is one which is settled directly between two parties without the involvement of clearing corporation. The same delivery instruction slip can be used either for market trade or off-market trade by selecting one of the two options.
   
Can I sign and submit blank Delivery Instruction Slip to my Relationship Manager to avail auto pay in benefits?
  Never submit a blank signed Delivery Instruction Slip to any person including your Relationship Manager or any other Religare Officer.

This is your cheque book and any blank Delivery instruction slip is like a blank bearer cheque where in the person can transfer securities without notification to you.

To avail auto pay-in facility you can opt for Limited Purpose Power of Attorney to your broker wherein broker can transfer securities only to trading margin account or to broker pool account against your trading obligations.
   
How to fill a Delivery Instruction Slip?
  A delivery instruction slip generally gets used for two different type of transaction:
  • Market Trade: In case you have sold some security on the exchange platform through a broker, you shall require to fill up the following columns with relevant details:
    • Date of Slip: Date when slip is being issued.
    • CM Name: Name of Broker to whom the securities need to be transferred.
    • CM BP ID: The Broker’s pool account number provided by broker and referred on the contract note also.
    • Market Type: Settlement Type of scrip that has been sold, you may refer your broker or contract note to identify this.
    • Settlement Number: The settlement number of the trading date, you may refer your broker or contract note to identify this.
    • ISIN No. : ISIN number of scrip to be transferred, you may refer your depository account statement to verify the same.
    • Scrip name: Name of Scrip to be transferred
    • Quantity: Quantity of scrip to be transferred in figures and in words.
    • Execution date: The date when the stated transfer need to be executed on the system.
      After the above details, you shall fill the count of instruction being given in single DIS both in figures and in words.
    • DIS need to be signed by all account holders and to be submitted ideally one day prior to the execution to depository participant.
  • Off – Market Trade: In case you wish to transfer securities to some another depository account holder within the same depository (i.e. NSDL) or to transfer for margin benefit to your broker’s margin account, you shall require to fill up the following columns with relevant details:
    • Date of Slip: Date when slip is being issued.
    • DP ID:: Depository ID wherein the counter person maintain the account.
    • CLIENT ID: The 8 digit account number of recipient.
    • NAME: Name of person to whom the securities need to be transferred.
    • ISIN No.: ISIN number of scrip to be transferred, you may refer your depository account statement to verify the same.
    • Scrip name: Name of Scrip to be transferred .
    • Quantity: Quantity of scrip to be transferred in figures and in words.
    • Execution date: The date when the stated transfer need to be executed on the system.
    • Reason: Reason for transfer such as Margin, Family Transfer, Off –mkt purchase, Loan, Gift etc.
    • Consideration: Amount involved in consideration of off market transfer.
      After the above details, you shall fill the count of instruction being given in single DIS both in figures and in words.
    • DIS need to be signed by all account holders and to be submitted ideally one day prior to the execution to depository participant.
   
For how long an OTP is valid?
  This OTP shall be valid for one trading day.

An OTP once generated will be valid for all login sessions during the same trading day thus OTP is being sent to your email & registered mobile no. only at the time of your first login during the day. If you have lost the same, you can regenerate the OTP be clicking on regenerate link.

You receive fresh OTP for logging into your trading software each day.
   
How can I change my password?
  You can select the option of “change password” on login page on your trading terminal and change the password by following the instructions on screen.
   
After how many wrong password attempt, my account gets locked?
  After three wrong attempts, the user ID will be locked.
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