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    Quote Originally Posted by Koberose View Post
    If they don't plan to register it I doubt they need to, but I don't know Vic roads but other wise it's basically it's scrap metal so shouldn't need authority's shouldn't need to involved
    Yeah that's what I was thinking, and if someone wanted to buy it and fix it up (I doubt they would though) then we can look into transferring it I guess. I did look on the Vic roads website but it's very vague!

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    Ring up a scrap metal place or car wreck place. My husband got $200 for his unregistered 1988 Mazda about 9 months ago.

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    I assume it would be the same as QLD... If there are plates but the rego has lapsed, the registered owner needs to cancel the rego and hand in the plates. Once that's done there is nothing to transfer, there is no legal owner as such, so you could sell it unregistered to someone else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss87 View Post
    I assume it would be the same as QLD... If there are plates but the rego has lapsed, the registered owner needs to cancel the rego and hand in the plates. Once that's done there is nothing to transfer, there is no legal owner as such, so you could sell it unregistered to someone else.

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    I've never come across any issues doing it this way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by miss87 View Post
    I assume it would be the same as QLD... If there are plates but the rego has lapsed, the registered owner needs to cancel the rego and hand in the plates. Once that's done there is nothing to transfer, there is no legal owner as such, so you could sell it unregistered to someone else.

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    Okay cool! That'll save stuffing around, DF's Dad has handed the plates in so it should be all good then! I'll chuck it out on the lawn and see if there's any interest, if not I'll call scrap metal as a PP said!
    Thanks for your help ladies


 

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