In the case that stamp duty is required, it may be obtained by using an affixed Duty Stamp or paid via a tax payment certificate. The latter is commonly used for convenience, such as situations where large quantities of documents are to be used as evidence in court.
In the revised law for stamp duty regarding nazegelen, the subsequent payment of due stamp duty, it is indicated that it will be further regulated in a separate Minister of Finance Regulation. However, since there has yet been a regulation revoking the implementation, the payment for nazegelen will still be subjected to the Regulation No. PMK 70/2014.
That being said, it is not considered a tax crime and any subsequent due stamp duty can be paid at any local post office at a penalty of 200% of the initial cost of stamp duty due.