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denprash

Normal Vehicle Transfer Documents Required

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Hi Guys,

I have gone through the previous threads posted in autolanka site but couldn't find any clear information about normal vehicle transfer documents required.Do we need a no objection letter from the previous owner? In my case i bought a vehicle from a leasing company which was seized by them due to non payment.Now the vehicle is owned by the Absolute owner (Leasing Company) .I already got the original vehicle certificate and other relevant documents which includes the release letter addressed to RMV.Only the B1 copy is there and it is signed by the previous owner. Is that enough to take to RMV ?

 

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11 hours ago, denprash said:

Hi Guys,

I have gone through the previous threads posted in autolanka site but couldn't find any clear information about normal vehicle transfer documents required.Do we need a no objection letter from the previous owner? In my case i bought a vehicle from a leasing company which was seized by them due to non payment.Now the vehicle is owned by the Absolute owner (Leasing Company) .I already got the original vehicle certificate and other relevant documents which includes the release letter addressed to RMV.Only the B1 copy is there and it is signed by the previous owner. Is that enough to take to RMV ?

 

For your specific question about the seized vehicle, you just need the 'deletion letter' from the finance company. You don't need a no objection letter from the previous owner. 

However, finance companies have a dubious practice, where they don't transfer seized vehicles to their name. They are supposed to do that. The owner on the CR can still raise an objection to the transfer, but the absolute owner can override that and anyway the CR owners don't bother, because they are clubbed to death by this time by the finance companies. So the last thing they want is to drag it on.

 

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