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Old 18th September 2017, 23:09   #511
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Default Re: Out-of-state cars can run on Karnataka roads for 1 year!

Originally Posted by SILVERWOOD View Post
Dear Friends,

I have a great news to share with you all.

The Honourable Supreme court has rejected the plea of stay filed by the Government of Karnataka and had asked the state to refund the LTT collected after the atrocious ammendment was passed by the state legislature.

People who are desirous of seeking refund will furnish an undertaking that they will refund the amount of the SLP is decided in favour if the Gov't of Karnataka.

Congratulations Waseem on this hard fought victory. More power to you and everyone behind this campaign.

As someone who was forced to pay LTT in less than a year, what is the process to claim refund? Would we have to approach the same RTO where the tax was paid? If yes, what documents need to be submitted?

While this is a great development, going by the track record of RTOs all over the country, getting money out of them will be tough task.
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