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Offline pjlnaveen

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Issues after selling 2-wheeler
« on: May 04, 2015, 03:24:27 AM »

I am not if this is the right topic to be posted in this category. I did not find anything else suitable.

I have sold a two wheeler to a person, to whom i got introduced thru a friend of mine.
I received the full cash from the person as per the deal.

I gave my vehicle along with other papers (RC BOOK, insurance, EC etc).
I have been asking the person to initiate the name transfer for the vehicle.
Its almost an year now, he has not started the process of name transfer with RTO.

I am bit worried because, if he does any accident; or vehicle gets stolen from him and gets misused,
as i will be in trouble and will be running between court and police station (as the RC book is still in my name).
Finally I lost hope that he will doing it at all.

In this case, what should I be doing next. If something unfortunate (like the ones i mentioned above) happens, will I be in trouble?
I have the name and phone number of the person. That is all...

Please advice me. This is giving me jitters as the days pass by...


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Re: Issues after selling 2-wheeler
« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2015, 09:30:50 PM »
just intimate the rto under which your vehicle comes that you have sold the vehicle to so and so person on the given date and the vehicle is no longer under your posession and attach copies of neccessary documents as proof along with the intimation.keep a copy of it with you

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Re: Issues after selling 2-wheeler
« Reply #2 on: May 12, 2015, 04:05:24 AM »
well said by expert -
to make it even more official, send out the documents via speed post and keep the acknowledgement safely.
i hope you would have received the delivery note from the buyer for proof of sale.

to make the above even more secure, file a RTI with the RTO after few months to provide the status of the document sent for the name transfer above -

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