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Q. Buying a relative a vehicle with our id card

What if we buy our relative or a known person a two wheeler in my name and id card since he is from state uttar Pradesh and is having the id card of uttar Pradesh but he is currently living in Delhi and wanted to buy a vehicle in Delhi so he requested me to buy him a vehicle in Delhi with my id card of Delhi because a person in Delhi buying a vehicle must have the id card of Delhi , so while I let him buy a two wheeler in my name and id but he will be paying for it and will be driving it. So what steps and precautions should I follow before letting him buy a vehicle with my id coz if he accidents someone or the vehicle gets involved in any sort of crime , since the ownership is in my name , I would be in a problem.
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A. dear client You yourself has mentioned that in case of any criminal activity or accident you will be called for interrogation and litigation. So, better you transfer the bike to his name and be safe.

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Deepak Bade

Experience: 9 Year(s)

Responded 2 months ago

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A. U can sell the two wheeler to your friend and get the process of transfer completed at RTO otherwise u shall be held for any untoward incident. Recently even SC has upheld this view.

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Ratandeep Misra

Experience: 19 Year(s)

Responded 1 year ago

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A. Transfer the bike to his name and you be on the safer side. You yourself has mentioned that in case of any criminal activity or accident you will be called for interrogation and litigation. So, better you transfer the bike to his name and be safe.

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Shivam Khurana

Experience: 1 Year(s)

Replied 1 year ago

Thank you for reaching me out sir.but sir that person is not having the delhi's id i.e on his Aadhar card the address is of his hometown uttar Pradesh so he was not able to buy vehicle in delhi.so he requested me .and sir is there anything named cell letter on which he and I will sign and he will agree to his responsibility in case any mishappening occurs.

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