Bihar Government amends the Bihar Motor Vehicle Rule, 1992

Mar 05, 2021 | by Avantis RegTech Legal Research Team

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Commercial Compliance

The Government of Bihar on March 04, 2021 has amended the Bihar motor vehicle rule, 1992. 

The following amendment has been made: 

• Rule 58 (a), which specifies the documents to be submitted, required for the registration electronically (digitally), has been inserted, namely: 

“After the sale of the Vehicles all the documents related to registration shall have to be uploaded by the dealer on Vahan 4.0 software after signing it through ‘digital sign certificate (DSC). 

For the execution of the work referred in Sl. No. (i) ‘Digital sign certificate (DSC)’ shall have to be made available to the registering authority in the prescribed format, after its verification the vehicle dealer shall be granted the permission for digital signature by the Registering Authority.

It will not be compulsory to submit uploaded original documents to the registering authority, but hard and soft copy of the same shall be kept by the dealer in their custody and shall be produced before the registering authority compulsorily when so ever asked to do so.

Approval/Rejection of the registration shall be made by the registering authority after receiving the digitally signed documents and the confirmation of the payment of road tax/fees etc.

If any dealer closes his business permanently in any circumstances, he shall have to submit all original documents, related to registration, to the concerned District Transport Office compulsorily.”

[Notification No. 02/e–Parivahan–10/2020-1744/ Pari]



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