What is the best moment to cancel the insurance on the car which is being sold? Would it be after the NCO form has been submitted?
I bought a scooter for my son, and have the signed receipt (I used the sale agreement link posted in this thread), and took it for the roadworthy test and have the cert for that, and all I need now is for the previous owner to submit the change of ownership documents which I prepared for her. I's struggling to get hold of her.
What course of action can I take if she doesn't comply and submit the docs ?
I think that I'll just go to the registering office and present my docs, and they can explain what happens in a case like this where the seller doesn't submit their NCO.
Let's say I have lost my Current Registration Certificate and need to sell my car. Can I ask the traffic department for a new one or what?
Originally Posted by dualmeister
Question: (based on when you are the buyer)
On the yellow form, who fills in what section? the are 3 A, B & C?
The blue form is used by the buyer(new owner) to register the car in his name.
Ok, so after you decided you(as the buyer) want to go through with the sale, what happens nxt?
Who draws up the sales agreement? the seller? Who hands it over to who?
When do you pay for the goods? before or after signing the sale agreement? there needs to be a "something' that does not enable the seller to run off with your money after you deposit into his account before signing a legal document
hi! I have a car that i want to sell with the registration papers but its on my ex wifes name. Car is still licenced and she left the car in my possession during divorce, how can i sell it?