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Title: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Kampies on April 17, 2020, 05:21:55 pm
Dogs,

Im looking at a buying a KTM and the license expired in August 2018. What penalties will be associated with this?

Also, if the current owner never placed the bike on his name after he purchased it in 2018, what admin will it be to get it on my name? Was bought from a dealer.

I have a copy of the license disk, but all post offices are closed. Can a dealer trace this via a online platform?

Advice?

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Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: 73 Peanut on April 17, 2020, 05:46:38 pm
So who is going to pay for all the outstanding fines if it doesn't belong to the person who is selling the bike . Its not on his name so its not his problem . I would never buy a vechile unless its registered to the person selling it or at a dealer . You don't know whom owns the bike .
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Bill the Bong on April 17, 2020, 05:55:15 pm
Just look for another bike
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Kampies on April 17, 2020, 06:01:15 pm
So who is going to pay for all the outstanding fines if it doesn't belong to the person who is selling the bike . Its not on his name so its not his problem . I would never buy a vechile unless its registered to the person selling it or at a dealer . You don't know whom owns the bike .
The current owner said he will sort it out, but is working out of town and is not getting to it.
If i can get a clear idea of what need to be done i can include this admin in my offer.  He can  get rid of the bike as he is not using it and i can get it for cheaper.

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Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Welsh on April 17, 2020, 06:04:32 pm
Just look for another bike
Agreed  :sip:
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Hanno @ Mad Macs on April 17, 2020, 06:14:05 pm
Just look for another bike

agreed - either he sorts is all out and gets in his name with all fines and licenses paid up to date or walk away .

No matter how good a deal it is.
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Manic on April 17, 2020, 06:16:17 pm
Daai late licencing gaan n paar rand wees man, niks om oor te stress nie.

Just buy it! I would say, knock him down R3500 for licence fee story and you are good to go.

I bought a bike that was last paid licence fees in 2015, and Im not stressed about it  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Welsh on April 17, 2020, 06:21:27 pm
Daai late licencing gaan n paar rand wees man, niks om oor te stress nie.

Just buy it! I would say, knock him down R3500 for licence fee story and you are good to go.

I bought a bike that was last paid licence fees in 2015, and Im not stressed about it  :thumleft:

More concerned that its not in his name?
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Manic on April 17, 2020, 06:25:34 pm
Daai late licencing gaan n paar rand wees man, niks om oor te stress nie.

Just buy it! I would say, knock him down R3500 for licence fee story and you are good to go.

I bought a bike that was last paid licence fees in 2015, and Im not stressed about it  :thumleft:

More concerned that its not in his name?

This bike I bought is also not in his name. Actually 2 I bought same story.

The guys pay them cash, they take papers from owners, and never register in their name. Then few mnths later sells them on.
You then transfer from the 1st owner into your name, skipping the 2nd guy who bought it.
As long as you get the ORIGINAL Natis doc with the bike, the rest is a piss in the park  8)
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Manic on April 17, 2020, 06:28:07 pm
If the 1st guy handed in the form, and it went in auto mode to 2nd Owner, then the 2nd Owner must register in his name, then in your name.

If there is a Natis doc, anything can be done  :biggrin:

If there is a story with Natis doc being at the first owner still and bla bla bla, then walk away.
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Welsh on April 17, 2020, 06:28:42 pm
Daai late licencing gaan n paar rand wees man, niks om oor te stress nie.

Just buy it! I would say, knock him down R3500 for licence fee story and you are good to go.

I bought a bike that was last paid licence fees in 2015, and Im not stressed about it  :thumleft:

More concerned that its not in his name?

This bike I bought is also not in his name. Actually 2 I bought same story.

The guys pay them cash, they take papers from owners, and never register in their name. Then few mnths later sells them on.
You then transfer from the 1st owner into your name, skipping the 2nd guy who bought it.
As long as you get the ORIGINAL Natis doc with the bike, the rest is a piss in the park  8)

Agreed, but that document wasn't mentioned.  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Kampies on April 17, 2020, 07:49:38 pm
If the 1st guy handed in the form, and it went in auto mode to 2nd Owner, then the 2nd Owner must register in his name, then in your name.

If there is a Natis doc, anything can be done 

If there is a story with Natis doc being at the first owner still and bla bla bla, then walk away.
Ek verstaan die Natis dokumente is wel beskikbaar.

Manic, the bike in question is a Ktm 690 Enduro, 2009. Asking price is R45k. Im thanking R40k and I sort the paperwork myself.

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Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: SwartBlackie on April 17, 2020, 09:54:13 pm
Evening all. I may be wrong but late fees are normally between R50 - R75 a month after your 21 day expiry .

Make sure the Natis doc is the only or latest issue. We have a problem with just such a bike currently.  Friend bought a lekke BMW from  guy 2. Guy 2 never registered bike on his name after buying from guy 1. Docs we got from guy 2 on the bike is not the latest print from licensing department so we now need to get hold of guy 1 to go stand in a queue for a new print or give us the latest print he did. Guy 1 is not interested in helping and neither is guy 2. So, you can do roadworthy but nothing else. This can also not be helped along by a "friend" because its a system requirement before the bike can be registered. 

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Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Bill the Bong on April 17, 2020, 10:59:19 pm
If the 1st guy handed in the form, and it went in auto mode to 2nd Owner, then the 2nd Owner must register in his name, then in your name.

If there is a Natis doc, anything can be done 

If there is a story with Natis doc being at the first owner still and bla bla bla, then walk away.
Ek verstaan die Natis dokumente is wel beskikbaar.

Manic, the bike in question is a Ktm 690 Enduro, 2009. Asking price is R45k. Im thanking R40k and I sort the paperwork myself.

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That's all cool,  please just promise us if it goes wrong, you would not tell us.  Not a single post.  We will take the hint when you post in the for sale section that you are selling a 690 for parts.
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Kampies on April 18, 2020, 01:45:55 pm
If the 1st guy handed in the form, and it went in auto mode to 2nd Owner, then the 2nd Owner must register in his name, then in your name.

If there is a Natis doc, anything can be done 

If there is a story with Natis doc being at the first owner still and bla bla bla, then walk away.
Ek verstaan die Natis dokumente is wel beskikbaar.

Manic, the bike in question is a Ktm 690 Enduro, 2009. Asking price is R45k. Im thanking R40k and I sort the paperwork myself.

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That's all cool,  please just promise us if it goes wrong, you would not tell us.  Not a single post.  We will take the hint when you post in the for sale section that you are selling a 690 for parts.
I will definitely post something if it doesn't work out for lessons learned!

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Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Amsterdam on April 18, 2020, 02:12:18 pm
Just be aware of one thing.  The current owner (Mr B) may not have put it in his name but the owner before him (Mr A) may have informed the licensing authorities that he sold it to Mr B.  So when you try to register it as if you bought it directly from Mr A you will run into difficulties and potentially a heap of trouble.  The least Mr B needs to do is to give you a current extract from the local authorities that show who they have listed as the owner.
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: chicco on April 18, 2020, 02:19:33 pm
Just be aware of one thing.  The current owner (Mr B) may not have put it in his name but the owner before him (Mr A) may have informed the licensing authorities that he sold it to Mr B.  So when you try to register it as if you bought it directly from Mr A you will run into difficulties and potentially a heap of trouble.  The least Mr B needs to do is to give you a current extract from the local authorities that show who they have listed as the owner.

Jip happened to me with a trailer, first had to get in registered in Mr B name and then in mine, could be done as one transaction if you have all the paperwork signed by A and B, they just want to make more money.
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Kampies on April 18, 2020, 02:30:13 pm
Just be aware of one thing.  The current owner (Mr B) may not have put it in his name but the owner before him (Mr A) may have informed the licensing authorities that he sold it to Mr B.  So when you try to register it as if you bought it directly from Mr A you will run into difficulties and potentially a heap of trouble.  The least Mr B needs to do is to give you a current extract from the local authorities that show who they have listed as the owner.
Good to know, thanks

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Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Hanno @ Mad Macs on April 18, 2020, 02:31:44 pm
Just be aware of one thing.  The current owner (Mr B) may not have put it in his name but the owner before him (Mr A) may have informed the licensing authorities that he sold it to Mr B.  So when you try to register it as if you bought it directly from Mr A you will run into difficulties and potentially a heap of trouble.  The least Mr B needs to do is to give you a current extract from the local authorities that show who they have listed as the owner.

Jip - Also had an issue like that .

In Fact in our case . A sold to B and handed in the Yellow form stating that the Bike is now the property of B.

B sold to C who sold to D who sold to us. Everytime the original Natis doc went from A to B to C to D to us.
Trying to sort that Shit out and getting  mr B (who is now overseas) to fix the fuckup was a nightmare.

So - in my experience. Bike not in the sellers name and up to date. Walk away.
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Manic on April 19, 2020, 02:06:21 am
Pissys  :imaposer:
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Rufus115 on April 20, 2020, 11:27:01 am
" Piss ys"?....is that what you gooi in your brannas and coke down those parts?
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Manic on April 20, 2020, 11:29:50 am
" Piss ys"?....is that what you gooi in your brannas and coke down those parts?

Nee, in ons Oros en Rum  :thumleft:
Title: Re: Penalties on late licensing
Post by: Frikadel on April 20, 2020, 02:15:47 pm
If the licence was not paid up, what about regular services and maintenance? :eek7: