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DVLA "date of liability" = - Mapmaker
When doing a search on a car and it comes up with a date of liability of 22 January 2008 - that presumably means that the last licence disc was surrendered on 22 January this year?

Been sitting around a long time then...

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DVLA "date of liability" = - Car
Been sitting around a long time then...


A dealer near me is still advertising a car that was up for sale at least 15 months ago!
DVLA "date of liability" = - Dwight Van Driver
Under the system of Continous Registration the registered keeper remains responsible for an unlicensed vehicle until DVLA has been formally notified of its transfer, destruction, export or theft.

To assist DVLA to enforce this legislation on every CR case an Late Licensing Penalty is payable.

I understand that the term Date of Liability is used in determining the LLP./

dvd
DVLA "date of liability" = - mfarrow
Yes, I think DVD is correct.

If the car was legit then it should be SORNed. My dad's old one is and the date of liability when checking is end of June 09, i.e. when the SORN is next due.

Date of liability before present day indicates something not right (e.g. transfer, destruction, export or theft).
DVLA - DavidHM
Traders don't need to SORN though.

tinyurl.com/6lhyse

So if the licence was sold by the previous owner in January 2008 and the licence surrendered, there is nothing amiss if the car still has a date of liability from that date (other than the fact that the dealer's profit margin has probably now depreciated out of existence).

Link made Tiny, Rob

Edited by rtj70 on 07/12/2008 at 11:37

DVLA "date of liability" = - Dwight Van Driver

>>>>>Traders don't need to SORN though.? <<<<<

If they use the vehicle on a road other than on a Trade Plate i.e. on any Excise still in being or if still in their posession after 3 months then they have to notify change of ownership. In doing so they become the Keeper on the Register and SORN rules aplly to them.

dvd
DVLA "date of liability" = - M.M
Mapmaker is that a free or paid for search that finds this info??

(Hello DVD hope all is well.)

David
DVLA "date of liability" = - Dynamic Dave
Mapmaker is that a free or paid for search that finds this info??


MM:-

www.taxdisc.direct.gov.uk/EvlPortalApp/

Click on "Vehicle Enquiry" on the LH side, then fill in the boxes.

DVLA - drbe
Traders don't need to SORN though.



Blimey! Does David's link take the forum record for length (width?).

{Nah, we've had longer ones than that, but we've probably tinyurl'd them before you came across them - DD}

Edited by Dynamic Dave on 07/12/2008 at 12:33

DVLA "date of liability" = - martint123
Blimey! Does David's link take the forum record for length (width?).

That's maybe why the bosses posted this one?

www.honestjohn.co.uk/forum/post/index.htm?f=2&t=52...3

DVLA "date of liability" = - Dwight Van Driver
>>>>(Hello DVD hope all is well.)<<<

Lost your E Mail. Mines still the same.

dvd

DVLA "date of liability" = - M.M
Thanks for the link DD. Only just noticed your reply. Putting in some of the cars from the big place in town that I visited a couple of weeks ago shows their stock to have a very long period standing. No wonder the owner was knocking 25% or more off loads of cars to try and move some stuff.

David
DVLA "date of liability" = - Dynamic Dave
MM, have forwarded your email to DVD.
DVLA "date of liability" = - M.M
Many thanks DD.

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