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Old 3rd May 2013, 07:33   #16
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Agreed, but my point is why bother? Nobody is going to be that detailed.
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No octroi or LBT or any local tax or state/ central tax of any kind etc of any kind is payable on used goods of any kind whatsoever.

Octroi is payable ONLY and ONLY for brand new goods brought into a city for use or consumption within the city.
Are you sure about this. I was told that Octroi of 4.55% would need to be paid on a used car currently registered in Pune to transfer it to Mumbai.
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Are you sure about this. I was told that Octroi of 4.55% would need to be paid on a used car currently registered in Pune to transfer it to Mumbai.
Yes indeed, I am sure. I would try and scan the relevant page of the Bombay Municipality Act and post it soon.
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Yes indeed, I am sure. I would try and scan the relevant page of the Bombay Municipality Act and post it soon.
If what you say is right, then there's a major scam going on. Everyone I know who has purchased used cars or transferred their cars from other states are being made to pay Octroi.
It would be really helpful if you can point me to the relevant page as you mention, I'll pass it on to some of my colleagues who are getting their cars from other states.
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Yes indeed, I am sure. I would try and scan the relevant page of the Bombay Municipality Act and post it soon.
That would be awesome if you could point us in the right direction.
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I have paid Octroi of 4.5% while buying a used car from Thane registration to Mumbai registration. I also have the Octroi Receipt. Would really be great if we could get a copy of the rules that state that no octroi is applicable for a used car.
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I have paid Octroi of 4.5% while buying a used car from Thane registration to Mumbai registration. I also have the Octroi Receipt. Would really be great if we could get a copy of the rules that state that no octroi is applicable for a used car.
All the RTO agents I have spoken to say that Octroi of 4.5% needs to be paid. "Saab Octroi to bharna padega" is the echo.

Without paying octroi transfer cannot be done. So even if the law states that used car = no octroi the practise seems to be the opposite.

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Yes indeed, I am sure. I would try and scan the relevant page of the Bombay Municipality Act and post it soon.
I just spoke to the Octroi department in Mumbai building close to Manish Market. Contact number is 022-22658702. They said that Octroi has to be paid on used cars in case the car is to be registered in Mumbai at the rate of 4.5% of the depreciated value.
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