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Old 4th April 2021, 16:07   #646
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Thanks to all. We told them to give no more than 2 lakh rupees in cash and they agreed. They will R.T.G.S 30 Lakh rupees in our account and rest 2.15 Lakhs in cash.
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Old 7th April 2021, 07:53   #647
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I was going through the Delhi RTO site regarding issue of NOC, when I came across the following regarding rule position for liability in case of sale of vehicles (The following is Copied/ pasted directly from the website:-

Q.15 If, the vehicle sold to some person and the purchaser of vehicle is not transferring in his name then who will be responsible for any incident happened by the vehicle?

Ans. If, the vehicle is transfer then all the liabilities / action will be frame against the vehicle owner, which record is showing in the govt. record.


Q.16 If, the vehicle owner is not transferring the vehicle in his name after purchase then what action will be taken against the purchaser of vehicle to avoid any responsibilities after sale of vehicle?


Ans. The vehicle may lodge complaint/FIR at the office of police authority regarding misusing / illegal using the vehicle without right ownership of vehicle and request to seize the vehicle till transfer the vehicle in his name. The register owner may submit the intimation alongwith copy of received complaint letter/ FIR of police authority for action taken, but liability will stand in the name of vehicle owner till transfer of vehicle.


The link to the website is as follows:-

https://transport.delhi.gov.in/conte...e-registration
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Hi All

Need advice about this complex situation I have landed myself to:

I sold my used card to my ex-colleague 6 years back (in 2015). He was able to get NOC issued for the car but unfortunately he passed away before the car was transferred to his name.
I recently checked and see the car is still under my name.
I reached out to his son and he cited some complication with ascension and car still being under my name etc.

Please advise:
1. How should I get the car transferred to his son's name?
2. If I make a fresh sale to his son's name, should I create backdated documents or use current dates? Asking this to understand if there can be any complication with NOC being issued (most likely expired).
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Hi All

Need advice about this complex situation I have landed myself to:

I sold my used card to my ex-colleague 6 years back (in 2015). He was able to get NOC issued for the car but unfortunately he passed away before the car was transferred to his name.
I recently checked and see the car is still under my name.
I reached out to his son and he cited some complication with ascension and car still being under my name etc.
Unique situation I've come across. Here's what I would do:

1. Cancel the NOC. I don't think the NOC is valid anymore as it has to be used within a stipulated time of 6 months before it expires. This in itself will be complicated because to cancel an NOC, you need signatures on affidavits citing cancelation of the sale and transfer process.

2. You should not get it transferred easily in his son's name. You may need a lawyer that can check the deceased person's will and ensure that there are no claimants to his belongings. Otherwise, you'll end up getting legal notices from them. This is a tricky area itself.

3. If I were you, I'd ask all legal heirs to come down with the will and make them bear legal expenses to draft a new sale agreement. Thereafter, work my way backwards to get the NOC canceled and then issue a fresh one from all legal heirs who are rightful claimants to the car.
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Thanks @moralfibre

One more layer of complexity is the location. Car, NOC and the buyer is in Mumbai while I am in Bengaluru (that too for a limited time, moving out of country in 1 month).

Looks like I have to hire a lawyer to get the whole issue sorted or is this something that can be done by a RTO agent?

Is it possible to make a fresh sale of the car while NOC is already issued?

Is there anyway to cancel NOC online (just with NOC number?)
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Hye fellow Bhpians, I am selling my Fortuner for 32.15 lakhs. The buyer is giving me 10.15 lakh cash and 22 lakhs in R.T.G.S. The 10 lakh cash is not black money and they have withdrawn it from the bank. In the affidavit also, the mentioned amount will be 32 Lakhs 15 Thousand. Now please tell me that will I be able to deposit the 10 lakh rupee cash in the bank or it will be counted as black money.
Being late to reply, this can still benefit others. Indian regulations mandated no more than 2 lakhs worth of cash exchange in a single transaction of any vehicle, real estate, bullion etc. This cap was further reduced to 20 thousand INR few years back probably after 2016 demonitisation.
One shouldn t take direct cash over 20 thousand for any single deal thus. But i speak only out of information i read. Our lawyer / accountant friends might get us more clarity based on experience.
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Seeking guidance from experts.

I am presently in Bangalore with a MH registered car for which now I have a prospective buyer who is a local of Bangalore. I will need to get the NOC from Thane RTO where the car is registered for which I have contacted a few agents who quoted 5.5K for the entire process. This may take 4 weeks min considering the Covid situation.

In addition to the above, what else precautions do I need to take to ensure the transfer of liability to the buyer along with ownership & Insurance. The Buyer will need to pay the road tax to register the car in his name, so what if he delays it. The liability will still on me since the ownership transfer hasnt been completed.
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I want to sell my Ford Ecosport AT (Torque Convertor model), It is registered in Assam and I am based in Assam as well. I have posted it on Team-bhp classifieds. I have never sold my vehicle on my own, One of our old car was sold via car exchange in Maruti Suzuki so no hassle.

Recently got calls from two different persons both happen to be from Bangalore and are seriously considering the Used Ecosport AT cause of the high on road price of a new car in Bangalore. But they need to transfer the Registration to Bangalore and also pay lifetime road tax I guess.

On the contrary, People in my location are new to Automatics and many don't even realise the high price of a new car before low-balling the quoted price for my Ecosport.

I have been through this thread(Mostly). Got the list of Documents necessary like Ownership transfer NOC, Finance NOC, All the forms, Notarized Agreement Papers etc.
But I have my apprehensions.
Once I get the money, I have to pre-close the car loan and then will sign the agreement and ship the car?

My question is, what should be the best procedure to follow, if I plan to sell my car from Assam to Bangalore, Karnataka?
Or instead wait for some suitable option in my own state itself?
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My question is, what should be the best procedure to follow, if I plan to sell my car from Assam to Bangalore, Karnataka?
Or instead wait for some suitable option in my own state itself?
Selling in the state itself will be better, I think. I too can have a look if you want.
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Selling in the state itself will be better, I think. I too can have a look if you want.
Surely, you can have a look.
I too want to sell it within Assam but I am really struggling to find any buyers for my car here for the minimum price I need.
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Is there a checklist or guide to selling on portals like Cars24. They are quite prompt and eager to close deals. Additionally, I am selling car of Chandigarh RTO in Pune.
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Guys, I am in the process of selling my old car and one of the prospective individual buyer has proposed the following process:
- He pays me 90% of the price and takes the car after leaving signed Form 29, 30, aadhar, PAN copy
- I get the RC transferred to his name.
- On completion, he pays back remaining 10% and collects the new RC card from me

Seems alright to me. Any catch here? The only I can think of is what if RTO sends new RC card directly to his address? I will have no leverage then to recover my 10%,no? Please advise.
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If you are trying to sell a car wih a fitness certificate about to expire. Think twice, you are asking to be lowballed.

I tried selling a Corolla before second COVID wave with an expiring FC. Got derisory offers amd many fence sitters. I spent a couple of weeks and 25 k in new tyres as well as RTO expenses. Readvertised the car. Had 3 very interested buyers and offers, a good 20% higher!
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