Bike sold to credr, received challan after 5 months

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Jigglypuff

Hi,

i have sold my bike on 14th aug 2021 of whose inspection was done in 12th August 2021.

i received the agreed amount in bank account next monday .

i signed form 30/29 etc and received a pick up note. From the credr pickup person. I have took photo of adhar card and pan card of the pickup person. I also gave mine to the pickup person .

on the pickup note it was said that nay traffic challan beyond this date will be paid by credr which the pickup person and i have signed .

then i left for surat on 20th august permanently.

and i am still here.

insurance was paid till march 2022.

now i dont know whether the bike was sold by credr to someone. I received a challan for traffic violation done on jan 11 2022. For 500 rs.

i was shocked. 

i called the pickup person’s boss. He said he will get the bike transferred to new owner and take care of cahllan. 

i also called credr cc, which created a ticket which is stlill in progress to solve this issue.( Transfer to new owner and pay challan)


i kept calling him and most of the time he didn’t pick my call.

Whenever i call customer cc they told that it will be solved soon .

On 12th march i send a message to sasidhar, credr ceo to get this matter resolved

 later yesterday i received a notice ( for lok adalat on 7th may) to pay traffic challan for traffic violation commited of 500rs.

now this notice says to pay 500 rs or to be present in lokadalat in pune.

my adhar mobile number is linked to the rc. If they file a case against me and it will be bad for my carrear. May be they find out my address and come to my home

now i want to know what is my best course of action

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Don’t do anything, max authority of RTO is to seize the said vehicle in case of challan is not paid and auction it to get challan amount. Since you have already sold the vehicle and got the money, don’t care about that also. Just delete the message and move on in the life.

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bhopali91355 wrote:

Don’t do anything, max authority of RTO is to seize the said vehicle in case of challan is not paid and auction it to get challan amount. Since you have already sold the vehicle and got the money, don’t care about that also. Just delete the message and move on in the life.

hey, but my adhar mobile number is linked to the rc. Wont they file a case against me and it will be bad for my carrear. May be they find out my address and come to my home

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Jigglypuff wrote:

hey, but my adhar mobile number is linked to the rc. Wont they file a case against me and it will be bad for my carrear. May be they find out my address and come to my home

Bhai this is India… Chilll… People here are with more than 50k..challans…. Chilling and partying… There is no case if you don’t pay challan… Max…. They can take your rc… If caught with vehicle having unpaid challan…. Or seize the vehicle till you pay challan in court and then get your bike released after court order… Since you don’t have bike…. It is not applicable to you… But get the name transferred if your vehicle sold… Else if the vehicle is involved in accident or hit and run…. You will then face very hard time…. 

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Nothing to worry

Deal Cadet Deal Cadet
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glati apki haii…rc transfer Krna chahiye abhi to chaln kta haii agr kuch daka dal diya to police k chhkkr kate rh jayoge😇

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Vip-in wrote:

glati apki haii…rc transfer Krna chahiye abhi to chaln kta haii agr kuch daka dal diya to police k chhkkr kate rh jayoge😇

i called the dealer who has sold to new owner. He said he will ask the new owner to pay the challan amt. And i dont need to pay anything.

also he said this is very common. 

due to military and government problem of the new owner he was not able to transfer the ownership

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Jigglypuff wrote:

i called the dealer who has sold to new owner. He said he will ask the new owner to pay the challan amt. And i dont need to pay anything.

also he said this is very common. 

due to military and government problem of the new owner he was not able to transfer the ownership

99% of 2nd hand vehicle buyers do this i.e. they dont transfer rc to their name.some people have bad intentions and some dont want to pay rc transfer charges
if u have proofs that you have sold the bike then it is upto the buyer to get it transferred. no case or issue will hamper ur career. dani ki video dekh ke so jao


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Nothing to worry. Just as a precautionary measure keep the sale documents/receipts safe.

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Its duty of seller to transfer the ownership of his vehicle within a set time period. Till the time ownership is transferred all liabilities fall on him.

If insurance is still on his name he get claim if any claim is raised. So try to change the ownership as soon as possible. 

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