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|11th October 2009, 14:08||#16|
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Simply put these regulations are applicable only for new cars not used cars.
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Selling within the same state is never a problem because no re-registration is involved.
Inter-state transfers will a problem. I recently transferred my BS-II vehicle from B'lore to Kolkata. The ARTO officer in Kolkata was complaining about the BS-II . He said it should be BS-III , but finally agreed to re-register the vehicle.
I believe that in delhi anything less than BS-III is not allowed - there was also a supreme court ruling on this.
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