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Vehicle Owner

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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago
Because of something silly I did I need to find out who is the registered owner of a car I sold a couple of months this possible?
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9y, 6m agoPosted 9 years, 6 months ago

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Requests for personal information about another vehicle’s keeper; information about previous keepers for a vehicle now registered in your name; or for information held about you on the Agency’s registers, should be made by post.

Release of another vehicle’s keeper details

You can obtain the name and address of the registered keeper of another vehicle if you can demonstrate ‘reasonable cause’ for needing the information. Before information is released the DVLA must consider the reasons for your request and how the information will be used. Failure to provide the necessary evidence or incomplete application forms will result in your application being rejected.

* More about ‘reasonable cause’

Note; it’s an offence to unlawfully obtain personal data that’s contrary to Section 55 of the Data Protection Act 1998. Unlimited fines in the Crown Court (or to a maximum of £5,000 in the Magistrates Court) exist as penalties in respect of these offences.

There are three forms that can be used to request information. You should use the appropriate form depending on who you are and your reasons for asking for information:

* the V888 - for members of the public
* the V888/2 - for companies (all circumstances, except where a penalty charge notice is issued)
* the V888/3 - for companies (only if the keeper details are required to issue a penalty charge notice or reminder)

You should read the notes for guidance carefully before answering all the necessary questions.

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