What is a contract note?
A contract note is the legal record of all transactions through stockbrokers on stock exchanges, and it includes all the trades executed on a particular day. It serves as the confirmation of all the transactions and has a breakdown of all the charges incurred. To learn more, see How to understand the contract note?
Did you know?
- Scrip-wise charges are not available on the contract note.
- Annual Maintenance Charges (AMC), payment gateway charges, Depository Participant (DP) charges, call and trade charges and delayed payment charges are not displayed on the contract note.