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derek_lim1982
post Jul 10 2013, 03:47 PM

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QUOTE(MYstombox @ Jul 10 2013, 01:13 PM)
Here's an update on the costs:

Puspakom inspection for name change B5 form - RM30 , ensure you retain the receipt

Puspakom mobile inspection - Add RM100 to any inspection cost

Name change at JPJ - RM100

Things you need to prepare:

1) JPJK3 - 2 copies, seller and buyer must sign on BOTH copies
2) TM-AB form - 2 copies, Buyer and seller IC photocopied and paste on TM-AB form and certified true (if not present), if present, just cut/paste the photocopy onto the TM-AB form
3) TM-1 form -> Checklist, that buyer has to tick and sign relevant points
4) JKJK2 - Original grant, ensure that seller has signed the column at the back if he is not first owner
5) Puspakom B5 with receipt - You have 30 days to transfer the vehicle, from the date on the B5 form
6) RM100 transfer fees
7) Insurance coverage in YOUR name on the vehicle, you can bring the photocopy grant to your insurance agent and purchase a 1 year insurance for name change. No matter if date start/end don't match with road tax, can extend your insurance once the car in your name.

These are all you need, no need to pay runner anything.
For the TM-AB, you can ask the seller to get it stamped by any commissioner of oath as well.

So for ddeee -> I am not including the cost of your insurance, as this depends on value of vehicle and NCD.

RM30 inspection + RM100 = RM130 minimum for name change

These are what I did recently, and to be honest I saved a lot of money instead of using runners.
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1. TM-AB: Is this the same as JPJ-SAB01? Do I need to go to the oath commissioner? Or just pass to seller to get it stamped? Is it valid?
2. Seller ask me to fill up a letter to get the geran, but I'm the first owner and i have the car jpj kad with me as i have paid all. Dont quite understand if this is a need.
3. Do you have any sample of bill of sale?

Gosh, really need help... hate errands
MYstombox
post Jul 10 2013, 06:52 PM

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1. TM-AB form I think is different from JPJ-SAB01, you can download this form from JPJ website. Basically its just a 'template' for you to stick photocopy of IC on for the JPJ officer or commissioner of oath to stamp as certified true.

2. Don't understand this, seller? Or buyer?

3. Bill of sale? For what? Sorry, also don't understand. If you're talking about letter of indemnity, the buyer has to give to the seller. You also need to get their IC photocopy. This is to protect you.

Dereklim -> is this your vehicle? What are you thinking of doing? The procedure I mentioned is transfer of vehicle from individual to individual, private vehicle.
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post Jul 10 2013, 09:04 PM

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post Jul 10 2013, 09:15 PM

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QUOTE(lucifah @ Jul 10 2013, 09:04 PM)
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kurty
post Jul 19 2013, 02:22 PM

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wanna ask,

so far i have prepare the following forms:

TM-3
JPJ-SAB01
JPJ-SAB02
TM-AB
JPJ K3A

am i on the right track????
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post Jul 20 2013, 05:13 PM

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Kurty -> What do you want to transfer?

Privately owned vehicle, commercial vehicle?
Owner alive? Owner deceased?

If private individual to private individual, follow my instructions above.
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post Jul 21 2013, 05:51 PM

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This was helpful ... But what is the procedure for foreigners who wants to buy a 2nd hand car in cash? is it the same form noted on the first post (for cash purchase B5) ? So will it require valid passport and work permit here?
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post Jul 21 2013, 10:09 PM

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QUOTE(MYstombox @ Jul 20 2013, 05:13 PM)
Kurty -> What do you want to transfer?

Privately owned vehicle, commercial vehicle?
Owner alive? Owner deceased?

If private individual to private individual, follow my instructions above.
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someone wanna sell me his car.. anyway i printed everything and went down..

end up, got played out by the seller, don't want to answer call, MIA..


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post Jul 23 2013, 10:04 AM

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QUOTE(www.Code2all.Com @ Jul 21 2013, 05:51 PM)
This was helpful ... But what is the procedure for foreigners who wants to buy a 2nd hand car in cash? is it the same form noted on the first post (for cash purchase B5) ? So will it require valid passport and work permit here?
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You should have a valid driver's license, but generally follow the same procedures.

You can always call JPJ hotline for help before doing anything.
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QUOTE(kurty @ Jul 21 2013, 10:09 PM)
someone wanna sell me his car.. anyway i printed everything and went down..

end up, got played out by the seller, don't want to answer call, MIA..
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The forms you printed out cannot be used.

Just follow my guideline. I have listed the necessary documents there.
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post Jul 23 2013, 10:15 PM

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One question: If I am selling my car which is still under hire purchase, do I have to settle the outstanding first or there is other way which saves the hassle?
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post Jul 24 2013, 02:05 PM

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Call the bank for more information.

Usually JPJ MUST have the release letter from bank to allow transfer.

In order to get release letter, the loan must be repaid completely.
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QUOTE(jing_kohkoh @ Jul 23 2013, 10:15 PM)
One question: If I am selling my car which is still under hire purchase, do I have to settle the outstanding first or there is other way which saves the hassle?
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Legally no.
U need to settle the loan first, then sell it.
The buyer will have to get another loan. Non transferable.
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post Aug 2 2013, 01:16 PM

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wira_lover, thanks so much for this... absolute life saver! i managed to do the puspakom inspection myself and was very satisfied about saving the runners fees... i'm now trying to download the JPJ forms, but the link provided sends me to a 404 Not Found error page. i tried going to the jpj site myself and find, but they have kept it well hidden....anyone can help?

EDIT:

Finally found it!!!! Here's the link for you to go and download all the required documents: www.jpj.gov.my/en/pelesenan-kenderaan (Muat Turun Borang Tukar Hakmilik)

This post has been edited by lostasylum: Aug 2 2013, 02:05 PM
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New Jpj rule regarding ownership transfer..

Road tax cannot be carried forward to the new owner.. The current road tax has to be cancelled with no refunds and new owner has to buy a new road tax on the spot

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Need some expert advise here:-

My Father got 1 plate Number where the vehicle had been gone (stolen) many year back. The Rodtax was not being renewed then. The registration card is still here.

I am going to get a New car and intent to use back my father's plate number, can anyone expert advise what is the price (normal process or abnormal process) and how to do it (like report police for stolen or there is other way to declare total lost as i am not going to claim insurance on that vehicle) in the most fastest way.

Also, what document i need to prepare (which JPJ form) to transfer from my father's name to my name.

Many Thanks if anyone know the process........
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post Aug 27 2013, 09:57 AM

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QUOTE(MYstombox @ Jul 10 2013, 01:13 PM)
Here's an update on the costs:

Puspakom inspection for name change B5 form - RM30 , ensure you retain the receipt

Puspakom mobile inspection - Add RM100 to any inspection cost

Name change at JPJ - RM100

Things you need to prepare:

1) JPJK3 - 2 copies, seller and buyer must sign on BOTH copies
2) TM-AB form - 2 copies, Buyer and seller IC photocopied and paste on TM-AB form and certified true (if not present), if present, just cut/paste the photocopy onto the TM-AB form
3) TM-1 form -> Checklist, that buyer has to tick and sign relevant points
4) JKJK2 - Original grant, ensure that seller has signed the column at the back if he is not first owner
5) Puspakom B5 with receipt - You have 30 days to transfer the vehicle, from the date on the B5 form
6) RM100 transfer fees
7) Insurance coverage in YOUR name on the vehicle, you can bring the photocopy grant to your insurance agent and purchase a 1 year insurance for name change. No matter if date start/end don't match with road tax, can extend your insurance once the car in your name.

These are all you need, no need to pay runner anything.
For the TM-AB, you can ask the seller to get it stamped by any commissioner of oath as well.

So for ddeee -> I am not including the cost of your insurance, as this depends on value of vehicle and NCD.

RM30 inspection + RM100 = RM130 minimum for name change

These are what I did recently, and to be honest I saved a lot of money instead of using runners.
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I was told by agent there are sumpah fees and stamp duty for name transfer as well, is that true?
or all in you only pay 100 bucks to transfer, any other fees incurred?
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post Aug 29 2013, 12:21 PM

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what JPJ will look at (example: ctos, ccris) when transfer car ownership?
In my case, as my dad got some bad debts, he planning to transfer the car ownership to me. But I worried that the JPJ does not allow to transfer the car ownership because of bad debts issue.

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post Sep 13 2013, 03:11 AM

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Hi I'm just transferringg a car from mu dads name to mine.. not hired purchase cash bought..hows the procudure ah same as abive ah...b5 puspakom rm30 then kpj change name rm100...do I need to change insurancr as well? Need to pay?
austinlai
post Sep 24 2013, 05:50 PM

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My car roadtax expiring next year June.
I want to sell my car now.
I need renew roadtax and insurance now?

What is the cheapest insurance available now?
Any below or around RM100 +/-?

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