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Old 5th September 2007, 11:56   #31
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cool idea you dad will be proud of you if you get the car. the other thing is i have 2 of the same cars and spares are a hell of a problem with mul for this car. i only go to local garages to fix the problems that arrise time to time. the reason being we have to get most of the spare parts from scrap dealers and in the gujali ( scrap dealer area in bangalore). Any way all the best and hope you find the car will keep a eye for the car.
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Old 5th September 2007, 12:48   #32
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Name trasfer was not effected, hence RTO records will only show the thread initiator address

It's very difficult to find it out.
There is yet no evidence to show that it hasnt been transferred. The cars previous owner has stated that the buyer was not there at the address given to him.

That doesnt mean it hasnt been transferred.
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All vehicles should have a valid insurance policy in respect of the vehicle before taking them on road. The policy need not be in the name of the registered owner. Start from the branch where the vehicle was last insured.
Since the vehicle was 15 years old when sold, and the registration is not changed, I expect the vehicle to have been scrapped. Sorry, but that is 85% likely. Look at the 15% side though.
The policy is only given in the name and the address of the registered owner in the RC. The policy can be transferred to the new owner once the new owner's name is entered into the RC. So Gopz if the registration has not been changed th policy have to be in your name.

Check at the RTO to see if any NOC has been issued for that car. Coz if NOC has been issued the car would be registered in some other RTO in somebody else's name but at Jnagar RTO it would be still in your name.

The registration need not be changed to have an FC or an Insurance. Some people do it in the previous owners name, it can be done.

Most insurance companies send you a reminder when your policy is about to get expired. And if the car is still in your name, according to the RTO, the insurance should also be in your name - provided the car is insured. If you didnt get any reminder from the insurance company there is a chance that the car is not insured/scrapped or is insured at some other place... maybe in another district or out of state.

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As far as insurance policy is concerned it has to be in force since at least third party insurance is must provided car is in running condition and being used by some one.
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There is yet no evidence to show that it hasnt been transferred. The cars previous owner has stated that the buyer was not there at the address given to him.

That doesnt mean it hasnt been transferred.
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I went to the Jayanagar RTO to find out the address of the current owner, but to my shock (got a B-Extract), it is still not transferred to anyone. The buyer took the forms signed by us but looks like he hasnt got it transferred to his name yet (its been 10years!).
Am I missing somewhere?



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1. Check at the RTO to see if any NOC has been issued for that car. Coz if NOC has been issued the car would be registered in some other RTO in somebody else's name but at Jnagar RTO it would be still in your name.

2. If you didnt get any reminder from the insurance company there is a chance that the car is not insured/scrapped or is insured at some other place... maybe in another district or out of state.
Good points Sankar.
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The policy is only given in the name and the address of the registered owner in the RC.
Not true. Try it. Pick a random vehicle on the road as you enter the insurance office, and ask for an insurance policy. You will get a Third Party cover; but not cover for damages to the vehicle and theft. IMHO, it not worth insuring vehicles more than 9 years old for own loss.
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