The Person who has acquired or purchased a motor vehicle at a public auction conducted by Central/State Government, within 30 days of taking possession of the vehicle shall make an application to the Registering Authority.
A) Application and Documents to be produced :
Fees to be paid at Office Cash Counter/e-Payment as per Rule 81 of CMVR
If the application is not made within 14 days from the date of transfer of MV, compounding fees of Rs 25/- per month or part thereof for delay subject to a maximum of Rs100/- shall be paid.
Application with the above documents & fee paid challans to be submitted at concerned Registration Section.The vehicle should be produced for inspection before the inspecting authority.
Delivery of Documents:
B) Where the vehicle auctioned is a vehicle without any Registration Mark or with Registration Mark which on verification is found to be false subject to the provisions of sec-44 of CMV Act 1988 the Registering Authority shall assign a New Registration Mark to the vehicle in the name of the Department of the Central Government / State Government auctioning the vehicle and there after record the entries of the transfer of ownership of the vehicle noting the name and address of the person to whom the vehicle is sold along with re-assignment of Registration Mark.
REFER SECTION 39,40,41,42 & 44 OF MOTOR VEHICLES ACT, r/w 47 & 57 OF CENTRAL MOTOR VEHICLES RULES 1989.
CMVA : Central Motor Vehicle Act 1988
CMVR : Central Motor Vehicle Rules 1989
KMVR : The Karnataka Motor Vehicle Rules 1989
KMVTA : The Karnataka Motor Vehicle Taxation Act 195