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HenryBey


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Message Posted:
05/12/2011 23:26

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How much does it cost to turn the title from a car to someone else's name?? and where is it done ?



HenryBey


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05/12/2011 23:37

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ANY ONE KNOW THE RANGE OF THE PRICE ATLEAST? FOR LIKE A 5000 POUND CAR ?

WHERE IS IT DONE?



rowlo



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05/12/2011 23:39

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harvey , will sort you out .



HenryBey


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05/12/2011 23:40

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whos that?



rowlo



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05/12/2011 23:44

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i cant do the links , but if in doubt contact yorgo .



snd1966


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06/12/2011 07:12

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last year it was 200 tl - 250tl, muhtar's signature on form, passport copies of both buyer and seller and done at Lefkosa, maybe Girne can now do it but in the past they only had the forms. if a commercial vehicle you have to have a disclaimer if you want to use it for personal use and pay the KDV..



snd1966


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06/12/2011 07:15

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Places in Girne (behind hospital) and Lefkosa (left hand side near traffic lights on main drag unfortunately one way. ) are where one would tax a car



Deniz1


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06/12/2011 07:18

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I did it two months ago for a 6000 car had to do it in Lefkosa 250ytl.



Tango1


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06/12/2011 10:22

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If you are buying the car, for goodness sake go to the Police Station to check there are no speeding or parking fines etc., on the car.



TigaTrading


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06/12/2011 10:40

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Also check the engine number on the log book is the same as the number on the engine.



joandjelly


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06/12/2011 15:24

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Just to confirm that you do have to go Lefkosa to change name on a log book. I asked in the Girne office today.



madturk


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06/12/2011 19:28

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What if their was no log book , how would get the car back to the uk ,

There is an old car , that I want , it doesn't work and the owner doesn't have the log book.



Tango1


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06/12/2011 22:25

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Good lord, I have absolutely no idea how you would go about ascertaining the legalities of that one. I must admit, there is a totally battered and broken down VW on some waste land and I'd "sell me grannies cat" to get hold of the number plate. In the UK it would go for tens of thousands. But then it would probably never be legal in the UK either.



joandjelly


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06/12/2011 22:55

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Deniz1 did you have to have a copy of the seller's passport/kimlik?



peterincyprus


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Message Posted:
11/12/2011 18:47

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car transfer cost 260TL (that is just over 10 ays ago).

Just go to the offices in Nicosia fill in the forms and pay the money,... dont forget to take pasports, car documents, insurance, tax papers and driving licence...

Remember both of you must be there to sign the transfer document...

Nicossia office staff trained to speak English... No problem... it took us 20 minutes at the most.

Remember to go Early to avoide delays...



good luck



joandjelly


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Message Posted:
11/12/2011 20:27

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It cost us 261TL on Thursday. You don't have to have both people there if you fill in the form and get your Muhtar or a Noter to sign but you need to take a copy of the seller's passport/kimlik. You also need 1.50TL stamps for the form.



cyprusairsoft



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12/12/2011 12:13

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as usual different strokes for different days

what a shit hole this place is



joandjelly


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12/12/2011 16:36

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Actually it's only 1TL difference and I was just pointing out that you can do it without the seller if you get the form witnessed.



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