Vehicle Transfer In Uttar Pradesh
Vehicle Transfer in Uttar Pradesh
Transfer of Ownership: - (CR-55)(1) Where the ownership of a motor vehicle is transferred, the transferor shall report the fact of transfer in Form 29 to the registering authorities concerned in whose jurisdiction the transferor and the transferee resides or have their place of business. (2) An application for the transfer of ownership of a motor vehicle under sub- clause (i) of clause (a) of sub-section (1) of section 50 shall be made by the transferee in Form 30 and shall be accompanied by - (i) the certificate of registration (ii) the certificate of insurance; and (iii) appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81. (3) An application for transfer of ownership of a motor vehicle under sub clause (ii) of clause (a) of sub section (1) of Section 50 shall be made by the transferee in Form 30 and shall, in addition to the documents and fee referred to in sub-rule (2), be accompanied by one of the following documents, namely: - (a) a no objection certificate granted by the registering authority under sub section (3) of section 48; or (b) an order of the registering authority refusing to grant the no objection certificate under sub-section (3) of Section 48; or (c) where the no objection certificate or the order, as the case may be, has not been received, a declaration by the transferor that he has not received any such communication together with - (i) the receipt obtained from the registering authority under sub - section (2) of Section 48; or (ii) the postal acknowledgement received from the registering authority where the application for no objection certificate has been sent by post.
Transfer of ownership on death of owner of the vehicle :- (CR-56)(1) Where the owner of a motor vehicle dies, the person succeeding to the possession of the vehicle may for a period of three months, use the vehicle as if it has been transferred to him where such person has, within thirty days of the death of the owner informs the registering authority the occurrence of the death of the owner and of his own intention to use the vehicle. (2) The person referred to in sub-rule (1) shall apply in Form 31 within the period of three months to the said registering authority for the transfer of ownership of the vehicle in his name accompanied by - (a) the appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81 (b) death certificate in relation to the registered owner (c) the certificate of registration and (d) the certificate of insurance
Transfer of ownership of vehicle purchased in public auction :- (CR-57)(1) The person who has acquired or purchased a motor vehicle at a public auction conducted by or on behalf of the Central Government or a State Government, shall make an application in Form 32 within thirty days of taking possession of the vehicle to the registering authority accompanied by - (a) the appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81; (b) the certificate of registration and insurance; and (c) the certificate or order confirming the sale of the vehicle in his favour duly signed by the person authorized to conduct the auction; (d) certified copy of the order of the Central Government or State Government authorising the auction of the vehicle. (2) Where the vehicle auctioned is a vehicle without any registration mark, or with a registration mark which on verification is found to be false, the registering authority shall, subject to the provisions of Section 44, assign a new registration mark to the vehicle in the name of the Department of the Central Government or State Government auctioning the vehicle and thereafter record the entries of transfer of ownership of the vehicle giving the name and address of the person to whom the vehicle is sold.
No Objection Certificate: - (CR-58)(1) An application for the issue of no objection certificate under section 48 in respect of a motor vehicle shall be made in Form 28 to the registering authority which the vehicle was previously registered, accompanied by - (a) the certified copy of the certificate of registration, (b) the certified copy of the certificate of insurance, (c) evidence of payment of motor vehicle tax upto date (d) where no tax is payable for a certain period a certificate from the tax collecting authority that no tax is due from the vehicle for the said period. (2) In the case of a transport vehicle, in addition to the documents referred to in sub-rule (1) documentary evidence in respect of the following matters shall also be furnished, namely :- (a) that the vehicle is not covered by any permit issued by any transport authority (b) that the sum of money agreed upon to be paid by the holder of the permit under sub sections (5) and (6) of section 86, if any, is not pending recovery (c) evidence of payment of tax on passengers and goods under any law for the time being in force upto the date of application for no objection certificate. (3) On receipt of an application under sub rule (1), the registering authority shall fill Part-III of Form 28 and return that part to the applicant duly signed. (4) Where the registering authority grants or refuses to grant the no objection certificate, it shall return the duplicate copy of the said Form to the applicant and the triplicate copy to the other registering authority after duly filling and signing Part-II thereof.
Change in Residence :- (CR-59)An application for recording a change in the residence in the certificate of registration of a motor vehicle shall be made by the owner of the vehicle shall be made by the owner of the vehicle in Form 33 accompanied by the certificate of registration and proof of address in the manner specified in Rule 4 and appropriate fee as specified in Rule 81.
Intimation in respect of vehicles not registered within Uttar Pradesh: - (SR-46)(1) In addition to the requirements of sub-section (4) of Section 47 when any motor vehicle which is not registered in Uttar Pradesh has been kept within the state for a period exceeding thirty days, the owner or other person in charge of the vehicle shall send intimation along with the certificate of registration of the vehicle to the registering authority of the area in which the motor vehicle is at time of making the report and shall intimate - (i) his name and permanent address, and his address for the time being; (ii) the registration mark of the vehicle; (iii) the make and description of the vehicle and (iv) in the case of transport vehicle the name of the authority within Uttar Pradesh by whom the permit has been issued or countersigned; Provided that in the case of a transport vehicle covered by a permit having validity in Uttar Pradesh, it shall only be necessary to make a report under this sub-rule upon the first occasion when a report is due.
Letter Format for Vehicle Transfer in Uttar Pradesh
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