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(Business Standard)   Finally sold that uninsured vehicle and think it's no longer your problem? Just hope that the new owner doesn't hit anyone with it, or you can be held partially financially liable   (business-standard.com) divider line 5
    More: Strange, MACT, registered owner, Singh, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, SUV Tavera  
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2012-10-12 12:25:15 AM  
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Usual situation anywhere actually.. the REGISTERED owner and the buyer (who hadnt registered it, therefore was not the owner) are liable. This would be the same in the UK and probably the USA, if you sell a vehicle be damned sure you get the ownership paperwork transferred before they take it away.
2012-10-11 11:50:36 PM  
4 votes:
IN INDIA.

You can be killed there for being the wrong religion in some places, still.
2012-10-12 12:42:32 AM  
2 votes:
RICKSHAWS!?

Oh, say there dear fellow, you didst hit mine mailbox with thine horse and buggy! The previous owner of thy carriage owes me money, since he didst clean you out and you have none.

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The British should have done a better job at enlightening that hole while they were still in power...
2012-10-12 12:09:39 AM  
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doglover: IN INDIA.

You can be killed there for being the wrong religion in some places, still.


Exactly.

I seriously doubt this would be applicable in the U.S.
2012-10-12 12:34:33 AM  
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Bathia_Mapes: doglover: IN INDIA.

You can be killed there for being the wrong religion in some places, still.

Exactly.

I seriously doubt this would be applicable in the U.S.


The only way you have any problem in the US is if the sale isn't actually legally final, as in transfer of title. That's why when you are selling your car, like maybe peopel are trying it out, you keep insurance on it. Once you've signed it over to them, then you drop it.

In India... well probably depends on who bribed the judge. That country has a bit of a corruption problem.
 
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