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BANGKOK 18 January 2019 08:57
mrmazinkle

lost car registration book ..help please

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10 hours ago, jackdd said:

A chanote alone is as worthless as a vehicle registration book, she can just report it lost and get a new one, so a money lender who knows what he is doing would not accept it unless it would come together with a signed sales contract.

 And would the chanut document being offered be up to date?

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12 hours ago, jackdd said:

A chanote alone is as worthless as a vehicle registration book, she can just report it lost and get a new one, so a money lender who knows what he is doing would not accept it unless it would come together with a signed sales contract.

Frequented a bar in Jomtien years ago.

Guy on a Honda Wave came weekly to take payments from the bar owners wife.

One day two guys were on the bike. One walked in - no words exchanged - held out his hand. Keys to the wifes new Honda Civic dropped into said hand.

Bye Bye

She knew what would happen if she did not comply. I doubt the lender had any contract as this could backfire on him and be used as evidence if discovered.

 

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2 minutes ago, canthai55 said:

... One day two guys were on the bike. One walked in - no words exchanged - held out his hand. Keys to the wifes new Honda Civic dropped into said hand. ...

That was her brother and he was being nice taking and it to the car wash as she was far too busy.

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On 1/13/2019 at 8:58 AM, VYCM said:

If there is a mrsmazinkle, or maybe another gender (ladyboy friend), or good friend, housekeeper - whatever, it makes no difference if the truck is in your name they/it/he/she can still get money on it.

 

That's always the way with those ladyboy mia noi - they stick it to you in the end.

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On 1/12/2019 at 10:40 PM, jackdd said:

A chanote alone is as worthless as a vehicle registration book, she can just report it lost and get a new one, so a money lender who knows what he is doing would not accept it unless it would come together with a signed sales contract.

I didn't know that. I was under the impression that a chanote was the be all and end all. Every day is a school day.

 

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On 1/12/2019 at 11:59 AM, canthai55 said:

1. Police report - you will get a copy.

2. To DLT with your copy of above and as much info as you have - past insurance policy, past Por Ror Or, preferably the vehicle itself.

3. When you get a new Blue book, take photo copies and store in a safe

You will need the Police report defo. I think they may also want to inspect the vehicle as usually cautious about lost vehicle docs.

 

If it is on finance they won’t issue the book to you as it will be in the name of the finance company until all paid off and they release it? 

 

How did you tax it last time? If you used the local MOT station) I know it’s not called that here) and doesn’t need an MOT until seven years old. However, they might tell you the old book no and details as will be on their computer if the key the ref no in which will assist you at the DMV.

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