To sell a car in Dubai which is registered in Sharjah , you need to obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Sharjah Traffic Department, complete inspection, and advertise the car for sale.
Here Are Few Step You Have To Keep In Mind
Selling a car in Dubai that is registered in Sharjah involves a few steps. Here’s a general guide on how you can go about it:
1.Prepare Necessary Documents
Make sure you have all the required documents, including the original car registration card (Mulkiya), your Emirates ID, passport copy, and the vehicle’s insurance documents.
2.Obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) from the Traffic Department
You have to contact the Sharjah Traffic Department to obtain a No Objection Certificate (NOC) for selling your car in Dubai. This document states that there are no outstanding fines or issues with the vehicle.
3.Get the Car Inspected
Arrange your car inspection. This is important for selling a used car and can be done at authorized testing centers such as Tasjeel. The inspection report will be necessary for the transfer of ownership.
5. Negotiate and Finalize the Sale
Once you find a buyer, negotiate the price and agree on the terms of the sale. Be sure to receive payment in a secure manner, such as a bank transfer.
6. Transfer Ownership at Dubai's Traffic Department
Both you (the seller) and the buyer need to visit the Dubai Traffic Department to transfer ownership. Bring all the necessary documents, including the NOC, original Mulkiya, a copy of the buyer’s Emirates ID, and the sale agreement. The buyer may also need to obtain a temporary registration.
7. Cancel Insurance and Remove Plates
Cancel your existing insurance policy for the vehicle. Remove the license plates from the car, as these will typically be retained by the seller.
8. Settle Any Outstanding Fines
Make sure that all traffic fines associated with the vehicle are paid before completing the transfer of ownership.
9. Submit Necessary Documents
Submit all required documents to the Dubai Traffic Department, pay any applicable fees, and complete the transfer process.
10. Receive Sale Confirmation
Once the transfer is complete, you should receive a confirmation document indicating the successful transfer of ownership. Provide a copy of this document to the buyer.