Supreme Court allows registrations of BS4 Vehicle in new order

Due to the havoc of Corona in the country, many things had stopped since March-April. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has now taken a major decision, providing a major relief to the owners of BS4 vehicles.

Yogita S.

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Published on 13 Aug 2020 11:58 AM GMT

Supreme Court allows registrations of BS4 Vehicle in new order
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New Delhi: Due to the havoc of Corona in the country, many things had stopped since March-April. Meanwhile, the Supreme Court has now taken a major decision, providing a major relief to the owners of BS4 vehicles. Those who were not able to get their vehicles registered before the March 31 deadline by the court.

Supreme Court allows registration:

All those people have been allowed to register their vehicles. The Supreme Court made it clear that only those vehicles sold before lockdown and registered in e-vehicle portal will be registered. There will be no registration of vehicles sold after March 25.

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On behalf of the Supreme Court, Justice Mishra stated, "The vehicles which have been sold before the lockdown and registered in the e-vehicle portal. Only those can be registered. But this will not apply in Delhi-NCR. '

Let us tell you that before the Corona virus epidemic came to India and the lockdown came into force, the Supreme Court had set a deadline of 31 March 2020 for the sale and registration of BS-4 vehicles. According to which BS-4 vehicles can be sold and registered by 31 March.

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Due to the Corona epidemic, the public curfew came into force on March 22 in the country. After which a nationwide lockdown came into force across the country from 25 March. A large number of BS-4 two-wheeler and four-wheeler vehicles were left for sale with dealers.

For this reason, the dealers of vehicles reached the Supreme Court, seeking to increase the deadline for the sale and registration of BS-4 vehicles. On this, the Supreme Court gave permission to the dealers to sell 10 percent of BS-4 vehicles.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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