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    When you move from one state to another for a long period of time, it is important to get certain documents from your local RTO including the re-registration and transfer documents. One of the most important documents that you must have when moving from one state to another is a No Objection Certificate (NOC). However, you do not need this particular certificate if you are moving from one state to another for less than three months. Let’s find more about No Objection Certificate and the process that you will have to follow in order to obtain it.

    Steps to apply for a No Objection Certificate (NOC)

    Below are the steps that you need to follow while applying for a No Objection Certificate (NOC):

    • Visit your nearest RTO and apply for a NOC by filling Form 28.
    • Submit the Form 28 along with the relevant documents.
    • Pay a fee of Rs.100 for NOC completion.
    • Once you have submitted the NOC application form, the RTO will get in touch with the police authority to check whether your vehicle was involved in any form of criminal activity or not.
    • Pay if there are any outstanding taxes or an amount related to your vehicle such as a challan. Once those dues are cleared, the RTO will issue you the NOC.

    Documents required while applying for a No Objection certificate

    Following are the documents that you will require to furnish while applying for a No Objection Certificate:

    • Form 28 application form
    • A copy of the certificate of insurance
    • A copy of the certificate of registration
    • Pollution under control certificate
    • Proof that all your motor taxes have been paid
    • Chassis and Engine Pencil print
    • Your signature and ID

    Hence, it is extremely easy for you to obtain a No Objection Certificate. It is important that you have all your documents in place and there are no outstanding dues left for you to pay before you apply for a NOC. If all your documents are in place and you have never been involved in any criminal activities then it should not take more than 72 hours for the RTO to issue you the the No Objection Certificate.

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