What is form 31 in transfer of Ownership?

What is form 31 in transfer of Ownership?

RTO Form 31: Application for the Transfer of Ownership in the Name of the Person Succeeding to the Possession of the Vehicle. Candidates require two copies of this document when the vehicle is under a hire-purchase or lease or hypothecation agreement.

Where can I get form 29 and 30?

The forms required are Form 28, Form 29, Form 30, and Form 35. While these forms can be found at any RTO, they are also available online through the Parivahan Sewa website.

Where can I get Form 28 29 30?

RTO-issued forms that are required for you to sell your used car. These forms, which include Form 28, 29, 30 and 35, can be downloaded VAHAN website or are even available offline at your local RTO. You need to submit duly filled copies of these forms to the RTO in order to complete the car sale process.

How much can I withdraw from 31?

Individuals can withdraw up to 50% of their contribution to EPF. Funds can be withdrawn for the marriage of self, brother or sister, son or daughter. 3. For land purchase – an amount of up to 24 times of an individual’s monthly wages and dearness allowance can be withdrawn.

What is Form No 31?

Form 31, also known as the EPF Advance Form, is generally used to file a claim for partial withdrawal or advance from the Employees’ Provident Fund (EPF) account. Employees cannot withdraw money from their EPF accounts as and when required.

What is Form No 28?

Form 28 is the NO Objection Certificate (NOC) An application for Issue of No Objection Certificate shall be made in Form 28 (in triplicate) to the Registration Authority by which the Vehicle was previously Registered / Transferred.

What is Form No 30?

[See Rule 55(2) and (3)] APPLICATION FOR INTIMATION AND TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP. OF A MOTOR VEHICLE. (To be made in duplicate if the vehicle is held under an agreement of hire-purchase / lease / hypothecation.

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