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    How to transfer 2 wheeler in someone else's name?

    Planning to sell your 2 wheeler? Read this thread to know the procedure to transfer it in the buyer's name and the legal processes to be followed.

    I want to sell my scooty to a buyer. How to transfer all the papers in buyers name? What are all the legalities to be followed? Please help me with the processes.
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  • Well, the procedure is quite simple when you have all the necessary documents with you. You will need to inform the concerned RTO about your intention to sell off the vehicle.

    Once you have made the decision and the financial transactions have been decided, make sure you hand over all the documents to the buyer.
    1. RC Book (registration certificate) of the vehicle.
    2. PUC certificate
    3. Tax certificates
    4. A copy of the insurance certificate for the bike
    5. Form No 28 - Transfer of ownership
    6. Form No 29 - No Objection certificate
    7. Form No 30 - Intimation of transfer

    I would also advise you to ensure that the insurance for the bike is also transferred to the buyer. You can do this by following the steps here below -

    1. Visit your insurance provider and indicate your intention of selling the vehicle. Get the No Claim Bonus certificate from them if applicable. This would make sure that the accumulated no claim bonus remains in your name. You can make use of this No Claim Bonus to avail discount for your next policy for the new bike you buy.
    2. The buyer will approach the insurance company to get the new policy registered.
    3. Intimidate the concerned RTO about the transfer of insurance policy.

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  • When you want to sell your two wheeler then its registration in the RTO office will be transferred in the name of buyer and for that you have to give to the buyer the vehicle registration book along with road tax payment documents (which are generally endorsed in the RC book itself), insurance papers, PUC certificate or token, duly filled and signed in forms 28, 29 and 30 for ownership transfer, NOC and intimation to RTO respectively.

    Please keep a copy these documents for your reference before giving all these to the buyer. Practically what happens that the buyer goes to RTO office and submits all the documents there for change of registered ownership of the vehicle in his name.

    Likewise he also approaches insurance office for change of insurance to his name.

    Knowledge is power.

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    Documents Required for Transfer of Ownership of Two Wheeler in case of Sale / Purchase:
    1.Two copies of Form 29 must be filled up and attested with seller's signature.
    2. Form 30 must be filled up along with the seller's as well as purchaser's signature with the chassis print affixed.
    3. In case of transport vehicles, Form TCA, TCR must also be filled up.
    4. NOC should be produced if the vehicle is bought from another RTO / region.
    5.NOC from entry tax must be produced if the vehicle is transferred from another state and the age of said vehicle is less than 30 months.
    6. NOC from financier, if any, should also be produced to the registering authority.
    7. All valid documents of the two wheeler must also be submitted along with the registration fee as mentioned in Rule 81 of the Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989. The documents may include emission certificate, first registration certificate, valid insurance, the address proof of the transferer and three passport sized photographs.

    Procedure for Transfer of Ownership of Two Wheeler;
    1. Visit the Directorate of Transport.
    2. Form 29 and 30 must be filled up and submitted along with the registration certificate, emission certificate, valid insurance, fitness certificate (for transport vehicles only) and an up-to-date tax card.
    3. An original address proof must also be submitted by the seller of the vehicle along with three passport sized photographs.
    4. The concerned registering authority will verify the documents and the insurance policy of the seller will be transferred to the transferee. However, the transferee must ensure that the document is transferred in his name within 14 days.

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