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RTO TAX REFUND / TRANSFER POSSIBLE

#31 12-Nov, 2008 02:17 PM
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Sir, I am in going to purchase 2nd hand car (swift, Euro-3, 2008 model) which is registered in Uttar Pradesh (UP15). Now, I have come to know that it will not be registered at all in delhi.

Plz suggest me ASAP that should i purchase it or not. 

 

Pritpal Singh

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#32 12-Nov, 2008 08:13 PM
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I too have heard so.  But I suggest you to ascertain/verify the facts from some reliable source in Delhi RTO - there could be some provision (not sure).

 

However, in case it cannot be registered at all & if you are to stay at Delhi itself, it would not be prudent to buy this car - buy a car that is Delhi registered.




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#33 18-Nov, 2008 04:43 PM
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I am coming from Bangalore and would be registering my vehicle with BS3 norms at Delhi.

Anyone having any RTO agent phone number then please let me know.

kamleshp2002@yahoo.com

 

 

Thankyou so much for the help -



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#34 24-Nov, 2008 03:21 PM
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Dear Friends,

I bought my ex-employer's car at Bangalore and transferred ownership @ Bangalore itself. Then I moved to Chennai and re-registered in Chennai by paying the life time road tax.

Please let me know whether I can get the refund at Bangalore (even though the original road tax was paid by my comany). Will the refund order be in my name or my ex-company's name?!

I have processed all the necessary documentation like CRTI etc and awaiting refund order from Bangalore.

Looking forward for response from this group.



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#35 25-Nov, 2008 05:13 AM
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I think the same will be refunded in your name, as the vehicle stands transferred to you on purchase.


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#36 25-Nov, 2008 04:41 PM
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Ref your previous reply " You need to get an NOC from Dehradun RTO in favour of Surat RTO & get it re-registered at Surat within 3 months from the date of NOC  - based on the life-time tax paid earlier at Surat.

I'll enquire tomorrow locally & confirm.  "

I 've obtained a certificate from Surat RTO that i've not claimed refund from surat, but i'm not clear about procedure to be adopted at Bharuch RTO (where I 'm required to reregister the vehicle in view of residence falling in Bharuch district
), can u please guide

 



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#37 26-Nov, 2008 12:12 AM
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Dear Mr Pankaj,
I was in delhi past 2 years and now I came to mumbai before 2 months. May be in one year again I have to move to delhi. Meanwhile shall i have to re register here or can i drive on delhi no itself?


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#38 26-Nov, 2008 10:29 PM
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@Manish, I don't think there should be any problem in re-registering the vehicle in Bharuch based on the certificate issued by Surat RTO that the taxes stand paid.

 

@Jk, for use exceeding 3 months to 1 year, 1-year tax is payable & the vehicle can be used as it is (you can drive on Delhi no.).  Re-registration & paying of life-time taxes arises if the stay exceeds 1 year.




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#39 27-Nov, 2008 01:04 PM
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Hi,
Thanks Mr Pankaj


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#40 10-Dec, 2008 06:17 PM
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Hi,

I read the thread and found the information useful. Thanks.

I have a UP (noida) registered car bought few months ago. Now I am moving to Chennai. When I enquired the transfer procedure, I was told that entry tax of 12.5% and road tax of 8% is applicable. This is like 20% of the cost of the vehicle!!! Can some one confirm if its so bad out there in Tamilnadu?

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#41 10-Dec, 2008 10:20 PM
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Sorry, I'm not aware of it.  Hope someone from TN is able to post some info here.  In the meantime, please enquire locally (TN).




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#42 27-Dec, 2008 11:00 AM
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Dear Mr Pankaj Prasad and other friends

If I purchase car from delhi on temporary registration, is it possible for me to register in Gujarat within one month.

If yes, then is there any entry tax etc.

pls advice



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#43 27-Dec, 2008 09:58 PM
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Yes, you can purchase it from Delhi.  Based on the temp. registration (& insurance), you can drive it to Gujarat & get it registered here. 

The entry tax is 4% (not very sure - will update if any +/-).




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#44 29-Dec, 2008 11:06 PM
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Apply in form "A" under Right to Information Act along with precribed fees in prescribed form,.seek for information (1) copy of the procedure /progress on my appliction for refund dt.............(2)Name of  Persons respossible to treat my application, (3) what is time limit to clear application (4) what time you will take to make me refund,(5) who is responsible for delay.



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#45 31-Dec, 2008 10:52 PM
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Posted by Manish

I was in Surat , Gujarat and paid lifetime tax on Maruti purchased their. Subsequently shifted to Dehradun and paid lifetime tax but did not take refund of tax paid at Surat. Now I 've shifted back to Ankleshwar, Gujarat. Am I need to pay lifetime tax again in Gujarat?

-Mehta, Ankleshwar

On arrival in Gujrat within 7 days one has to acknowledge in prescribed form FT to rto, enclose proof of tax paid in gujarat, ie. certificate acquired from rto surat, it enable you to get exemtion from paying life time tax again.



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#46 10-Aug, 2009 06:14 PM
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Hi Pankaj, I am planning to buy a new car. Currently I reside in Mumbai but will move to Delhi after 1-2 years. Wanted to know what would be the transfer charges I would incur for re-registration of this car in Delhi. As I would already pay road tax in Mumbai on purchase, will I be paying additional taxes in Delhi on transfer. What is the procedure for getting refund from Mumbai RTO, if any?Or is it possible to purchase it now from Delhi and run it in Mumbai for 2 yrs and take it back to Delhi after that.

Please suggest.



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#47 10-Aug, 2009 07:15 PM
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If the car is purchased/registered in Mumbai, it will require to be re-registered in Delhi on your relocating there by paying life-time tax as applicable to old cars on depreciated value assessed by RTO (Delhi).  Thereafter you can seek pro-rata refund of life-time paid at Mumbai (cumbersome job).

If you buy it from Delhi & use it in Mumbai, you will have to get it re-registered in Mumbai by paying the life-time tax as discussed above.  In that case, you need not seek refund of life-time tax paid at Delhi – it will continue to remain valid when you relocate back to Delhi.  Once you relocate back to Delhi, you can seek refund of life-time tax paid at Mumbai.




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#48 28-Nov, 2009 09:24 AM
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What is CRTI? What are the documents for Road tax refund from bangalore RTO .

I have the RC book with the new address endorsed by the other state RTO.i have



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#49 02-Dec, 2009 12:04 AM
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You will have to produce the RC Book & Receipt of tax paid (new state).  Refund is a cumbersome job.  Agents manage well.




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#50 02-Dec, 2009 07:19 PM
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I have purchased a used car here in bangalore. It was originally registered at Bharuch RTO. I have re-registered at bangalore by paying the necessary road tax. Can anyone guide me how to claim refund of tax already paid at Bharuch RTO?



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#51 05-Dec, 2009 09:41 AM
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As stated just a post before...

Posted by Pankaj Prasad

You will have to produce the RC Book & Receipt of tax paid (new state).  Refund is a cumbersome job.  Agents manage well.




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#52 20-Feb, 2010 01:28 AM
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Posted by Pankaj.Prasad

Yes, you can purchase it from Delhi.  Based on the temp. registration (& insurance), you can drive it to Gujarat & get it registered here. 

The entry tax is 4% (not very sure - will update if any +/-).

As i have heard, Entry tax is slaced by HC in karnataka. so what would be total cost of bringing new vehicle from Guj on temp registration to karnataka and registered it here?



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#53 20-Feb, 2010 08:40 AM
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You will have to pay life-time tax.  12% for car upto Rs.5 lac, 13% for 5-10 lac & 16% for cars costing more than 10 lac.

Have a look at the KA Road Transport website.  Go through other details.




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#54 20-Feb, 2010 10:39 PM
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My new tata safari (two month old) was theft. I had got claim for insurance co. Is it possible to get road tax amount refund or adjusted into my new vehicle.

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#55 25-Feb, 2010 09:03 AM
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To the best of my knowledge, there's no provision for adjustment of tax.




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#56 25-Feb, 2010 10:04 AM
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Don't know about other states but there was some amendment made last year in Maharashtra for refund of road tax in case of a theft.

Have a look at this link

http://www.indianexpress.com/news/gearing-up-for-a-fight/521953/0



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#57 25-Feb, 2010 12:13 PM
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Thanks Rishi for citing the case.  If the amendment comes through (yet to come), it would be a great relief in cases where the person has already undergone the loss & agony arising out of the theft.  I guess, the same should also be extended in case of total loss (accident).

I think Nitesh can make a representation to the local RTO.




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#58 08-Apr, 2010 02:06 PM
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Posted by Pankaj.Prasad

Yes, but if one re-locates, one has to get the vehicle re-registered by paying taxes afresh - life time tax paid in the earlier state can be sought for, for refund (pro-rata basis).

Hi ,

  I need an urgent help.I have Noida number car. I got the NOC from noida to Mumbai rto.Unfortunately before i could get the car registered in Mumbai my cars original document got sttolen.Please help what must i do now.

Thnak

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#59 08-Apr, 2010 02:07 PM
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Hi ,

  I need an urgent help.I have Noida number car. I got the NOC from noida to Mumbai rto.Unfortunately before i could get the car registered in Mumbai my cars original document got sttolen.Please help what must i do now.

Thnak

Abhishek



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#60 08-Apr, 2010 02:07 PM
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Hi ,

  I need an urgent help.I have Noida number car. I got the NOC from noida to Mumbai rto.Unfortunately before i could get the car registered in Mumbai my cars original document got sttolen.Please help what must i do now.

Thnak

Abhishek



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#61 08-Apr, 2010 02:07 PM
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Hi ,

  I need an urgent help.I have Noida number car. I got the NOC from noida to Mumbai rto.Unfortunately before i could get the car registered in Mumbai my cars original document got sttolen.Please help what must i do now.

Thnak

Abhishek



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#62 08-Apr, 2010 02:33 PM
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Put a complain in Mumbai as well as Noida police stations. Take a copy of the complaint and request for duplicate RC and NOC for the car. Required documents for duplicate RC could be found in local RTO. Once you get the duplicate RC and NOC, you can get the re-register in Mumbai. The insurance would be easy to retrieve. Call the concerned insurance company, give the policy no/cover note no and request for the policy document. I dont feel any hassle in this. You may need to struggle/shell out some money for duplicate RC though.

Best Wishes.




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#63 12-Apr, 2010 11:25 AM
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Posted by SolitaireKing

Put a complain in Mumbai as well as Noida police stations. Take a copy of the complaint and request for duplicate RC and NOC for the car. Required documents for duplicate RC could be found in local RTO. Once you get the duplicate RC and NOC, you can get the re-register in Mumbai. The insurance would be easy to retrieve. Call the concerned insurance company, give the policy no/cover note no and request for the policy document. I dont feel any hassle in this. You may need to struggle/shell out some money for duplicate RC though.

Best Wishes.

Thanks for quick reply.But is it possible to get the reregiteration done on the basis of xerox copy of Rc and NOC with FIR?Currently i am staying in Mumbai so it is difficult for me to go to Noida.

I spoke to few agents in noida and they are saying the on the basis of XEROX docs and FIR reregistarion can be done in Mumbai.Please advise.

Thanks

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#64 12-Apr, 2010 11:51 AM
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As far as I know, originals are required. However, with FIR, yes it may be possible. Better to contact some local RTO Agent. And before doing any delay first register the complaint with police, atleast in Mumbai.




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#65 12-Apr, 2010 08:15 PM
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Based on FIR, the RTO issues the papers marked 'duplicate'.  These are as much valid as are the originals.

Filing an FIR in Mumbai is not required.  File the same in Noida & get the formalities done with the Noida RTO.  The procedure will, however, be a little lengthy.  The papers so issued/re-issued by Noida RTO will stand valid/enforceable at Mumbai RTO.




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#66 23-Apr, 2010 12:18 PM
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Hi,

    I am planning to go to Noida next week.Could you please let me know what all documents will be required for me to take along.

Few people are saying that i need some affidavit for thesame.

It woulld be very nice if you can provide me some RTO agent at Noida.

Thanks

Abhishek

Based on FIR, the RTO issues the papers marked 'duplicate'.  These are as much valid as are the originals.

Filing an FIR in Mumbai is not required.  File the same in Noida & get the formalities done with the Noida RTO.  The procedure will, however, be a little lengthy.  The papers so issued/re-issued by Noida RTO will stand valid/enforceable at Mumbai RTO.

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#67 23-Apr, 2010 12:18 PM
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Hi,

    I am planning to go to Noida next week.Could you please let me know what all documents will be required for me to take along.

Few people are saying that i need some affidavit for thesame.

It woulld be very nice if you can provide me some RTO agent at Noida.

Thanks

Abhishek

Based on FIR, the RTO issues the papers marked 'duplicate'.  These are as much valid as are the originals.

Filing an FIR in Mumbai is not required.  File the same in Noida & get the formalities done with the Noida RTO.  The procedure will, however, be a little lengthy.  The papers so issued/re-issued by Noida RTO will stand valid/enforceable at Mumbai RTO.

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#68 23-Apr, 2010 12:18 PM
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Hi,

    I am planning to go to Noida next week.Could you please let me know what all documents will be required for me to take along.

Few people are saying that i need some affidavit for thesame.

It woulld be very nice if you can provide me some RTO agent at Noida.

Thanks

Abhishek

Based on FIR, the RTO issues the papers marked 'duplicate'.  These are as much valid as are the originals.

Filing an FIR in Mumbai is not required.  File the same in Noida & get the formalities done with the Noida RTO.  The procedure will, however, be a little lengthy.  The papers so issued/re-issued by Noida RTO will stand valid/enforceable at Mumbai RTO.

[^^/quote^^]



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#69 14-May, 2010 02:57 PM
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hi



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#70 14-May, 2010 03:01 PM
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hi friends ,

I am at hyderabad and willing to buy a car of my friend registered at pune since he is moving abroad and car in gd condition. Pls suggest how to use vehicle at hyderabad without changing the registraton for hyderabad bcoz this is not permanent  place for me.Pls suggest urgently

thanks

anks



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