RTO Forms/ Documents Required To Sell Your Car
You can download the RTO forms online or you can buy them offline too. But you need to visit the RTO to submit all the forms.
1. Form 28 (Three Copies)
This RTO form is used to take no objection certificate from the registering authority. It also proves that you donÕt hold any liabilities and encumbrances that can stop you from selling your car.
Commonly known as the NOC, Form 28 clearly states that all the legal part involved with your car has been taken care of (primarily there are no pending taxes, challans, the car is not blacklisted and there are no FIRs on your vehicle) hence making it important for anyone who sells a vehicle. You can download Form 28 online or you can have it from the RTO office.
2. Form 29 (Two Copies)
This RTO application is used to intimate the RTO that the vehicle has been sold by the owner. You would be needing two copies of this form. Form 29 claims that all the car related documents such as RC, insurance, PUC have been handed over to the buyer. You can download Form 29 here or it can be collected from the RTO office. The RC and insurance have to be handed over to the buyer of your car. This form needs to go to the RTO with the applicable fee which varies as per the RTO.
3. Form 30 (Two Copies)
Form 30 acts as a confirmation of form 29. After intimating the RTO about the selling, it is your responsibility to intimate the RTO that the vehicle ownership transfer needs to done. Form 30 states that all the legal bonds and responsibilities you had with your car are now being transferred to the buyer of your car including the consent of financier (if any). Generally, this has to be done in 14 days time from the date of sale of the car. You would require 2 copies of this form and it can be either collected from the RTO office or you can download Form 30 here and submit it to the RTO office with the applicable fee.
4. Sale Affidavit
This is a document made in the name of the car buyer and the public notary attests it. It is an agreement of transfer of all liabilities of the vehicle to the buyer. After the date of signing this agreement and once the RC is transferred to the end buyer, all the risks associated with the vehicle are also transferred to the buyer. This document can act as a proof that you have handed over the vehicle to the buyer.
5. Clearance Certificate
This is an application on a plain sheet stating that the car has been sold with the credentials of the buyer, seller and the details of the car.
Reference: Laws Applicable: Motor Vehicle Act, 1988