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Old 14th July 2014, 01:13   #31
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wanderluster - what is the street value of the car, would it make more sense just to scrap it and destroy the RC?
Hi Malq - The street value is probably around 50-60k and this was an option I was considering (scrapping the car). Not worth spending another 10-15k taking the car back/ travelling to Shimla to get the paper work transferred now. Knowing how the system works, it's just not worth the time. I need to do my homework on how to do this though.
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There is a minimum 100/- per month escalating scale as penalties for delayed transfer in Delhi. In addition, there will be penalties for back-dating PUC, insurance and any more documents that they can think of. Then, if the vehicle is over 15 years old, there will be a "Fitness Test".

Harsh reality is that a deceased person can not be prosecuted. If you have ample private parking available anywhere, and if the car is a carb version of any make, then those from the '60s and now even '70s are already acquiring cult status in some cases and may achieve a decent resale price after 50-60 years of holding on to it, for people who want it to cannibalise parts from.

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First of all, i am sorry if i have posted this in wrong section.

Hi All,

My wife has a Maruti 800 1994 model which is in her father's name and she wanted to get it transfered in her name.

Now we have 2 Problems.

1. My father-in-law expired 7-8 years back.
2. We only have a xerox of the RC, no one knows where the RC is (Considered Lost)
3. My Mother-in-Law is in USA so we can't transfer in her name.

Need help in how to get it transfered into her name and get new RC for her.

She is having attachment with it as its her father's that's why she does not want to sell it.

BTW Car is from (AP 09) Khairatabad, Hyderabad RTA.
If someone knows an agent who can help,please let me know the contact number i will be really happy
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Now we have 2 Problems.
1. My father-in-law expired 7-8 years back.
2. We only have a xerox of the RC, no one knows where the RC is (Considered Lost)
3. My Mother-in-Law is in USA so we can't transfer in her name.

Need help in how to get it transfered into her name and get new RC for her.

She is having attachment with it as its her father's that's why she does not want to sell it.
1. The car cannot be transferred to your wife's name directly. It will be first transferred to her mother's name and she needs to provide a noc in writing towards the transfer of ownership.

2. You will need original RC. You will have to file a police complaint, get the acknowledgement, get an affidavit done, approach the RTO for a duplicate RC. AFAIK, this should be done by your mother in law since she is the legal heir.

3. Once you get the new RC, you can get the ownership transferred. You will need your father in law's original death certificate, a family tree for all this.
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1. My father-in-law expired 7-8 years back.
2. We only have a xerox of the RC, no one knows where the RC is (Considered Lost)
3. My Mother-in-Law is in USA so we can't transfer in her name.
Legal Heir (your Mother-in-law) only could process for getting duplicate RC and transfer the ownership to others.
Procedure for getting duplicate RC is explained in the below thread.
http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...e-rc-book.html (What is the Process for getting a Duplicate RC Book?)
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1. The car cannot be transferred to your wife's name directly. It will be first transferred to her mother's name and she needs to provide a noc in writing towards the transfer of ownership.

2. You will need original RC. You will have to file a police complaint, get the acknowledgement, get an affidavit done, approach the RTO for a duplicate RC. AFAIK, this should be done by your mother in law since she is the legal heir.

3. Once you get the new RC, you can get the ownership transferred. You will need your father in law's original death certificate, a family tree for all this.
Hi,
If she gives a affidavit that it can be transfered in her daughters name?
I can take my wife to file an police complaint,
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Simplest is the 2 step transfer process. To transfer to your MiL's name, she does not have to be here. But when transefering to your wife's name, you will need her signatures.

Have you checked with any agents to help you with the process ?
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1. The car cannot be transferred to your wife's name directly. It will be first transferred to her mother's name and she needs to provide a noc in writing towards the transfer of ownership.

2. You will need original RC. You will have to file a police complaint, get the acknowledgement, get an affidavit done, approach the RTO for a duplicate RC. AFAIK, this should be done by your mother in law since she is the legal heir.

3. Once you get the new RC, you can get the ownership transferred. You will need your father in law's original death certificate, a family tree for all this.
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Simplest is the 2 step transfer process. To transfer to your MiL's name, she does not have to be here. But when transefering to your wife's name, you will need her signatures.

Have you checked with any agents to help you with the process ?
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I think person is required as they will be taking a photo.
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Simplest is the 2 step transfer process. To transfer to your MiL's name, she does not have to be here. But when transefering to your wife's name, you will need her signatures.

Have you checked with any agents to help you with the process ?
If it is only ownership transfer job is quite easy as you mentioned. Even the signed transfer papers can be couriered from US. Problem is the original RC (in the name of FIL) is missing

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I think person is required as they will be taking a photo.
From my experience, need not be present in person & no photographs were taken (at least in TN, MH & GJ)

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I think person is required as they will be taking a photo.
Isnt that for DL only ?
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my father in law passed away a few months ago in Mysore. We are trying to sell of his scooter and for that we thought we will transfer ownership first to my mother in law.

what is the procedure for that and how long does it take?

We want to sell the scooter after the transfer.
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Everyone

my father in law passed away a few months ago in Mysore. We are trying to sell of his scooter and for that we thought we will transfer ownership first to my mother in law.

what is the procedure for that and how long does it take?

We want to sell the scooter after the transfer.
As per Govt. Of Delhi site:

Transfer of ownership in case of death of the registered owner

In such case the application is to be made to the original registered authority by the first legal heirs/the person succeeding to the possession of the vehicle with following documents.

Registration certificate in original
Form 31 in duplicate with endorsement of the financier if the vehicle is held of hire purchase.
Original copy of death certificate of the registered owner.
Affidavit by the applicant to this effect and from the other legal heirs relinquishing their right in favour of the applicant.
Attested copies of valid insurance in favour of applicant.
Attested copy of address proof of applicant.
Permit surrender slip from STA in commercial vehicle.
Challan clearence from Traffic and enforcement branch.
Tax clearence report from Accounts branch in case of commercial vehicles.
Court Order in case the heir is decided by Court.
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Everyone

my father in law passed away a few months ago in Mysore. We are trying to sell of his scooter and for that we thought we will transfer ownership first to my mother in law.

what is the procedure for that and how long does it take?

We want to sell the scooter after the transfer.
Sad to hear about your loss. In case of the death of the owner of the vehicle, the following documents are required as per Karnataka rules (specific to Bangalore).

Form 30 (affixed with chassis print on it).
Form 31.
Death certificate of owner of vehicle.
Succession certificate (Might need it from the court)
NOC from the financier if any.
All valid documents of vehicle (RC Copy, LTT Challan, Valid Insurance, Valid Pollution Certificate)

There is a useful thread about the same topic on this forum, you can refer to it. The below post there summarizes the complete procedure in Bangalore.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/indian...ml#post2618141 (Transfer of registration after death of vehicle's owner?)
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Due to the sudden death of my father, we had to transfer the ownership of the vehicles registered in his name to my mother's name. The vehicles in question were a Honda Aviator scooter registered at the Wazirpur authority and a Ford Ecosport car at the Raja Garden authority. The documents required were:

1) 2 copies of Form No. 29( only the Wazirpur authority asked for this)
2) 2 copies of Form No. 30
3) 1 copy of Form No. 31
4) Original RC card
5) Copy of death certificate
6) Copy of the insurance in applicant's name
7) Copy of the address proof of the applicant and PAN card
8) Copy of the surviving members/succession certificate from the SDM
9) Affidavits from me and my sister relinquishing our rights in favour of our mother( the format is attached)

You must transfer the ownership within three months of the death of the owner. But since we did this process after six months of my father's death, we had to pay a fine of Rs 1500/- (Rs 500/- each month, after first three months). Apart from it, we paid Rs 300/- as the transfer of ownership and the new RC card fee for the Aviator and Rs 500/- for the Ecosport.

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Due to the sudden death of my father, we had to transfer the ownership of the vehicles registered in his name to my mother's name. The vehicles in question were a Honda Aviator scooter .......
Out of curiosity, will the legal heir going to be the second owner or will she be treated as First owner?
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