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If you own a car but are moving how can you lease the car to somebody else while you are out of the country?


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2015-07-16 18:05:26
2015-07-16 18:05:26

Hi J,

You can do that either on your own or through an Authorized Agency or your Legal Advisor.

If you wish to do it on your own, you need to form a contract clearly stating the terms of leasing and duration on a Bonded (Stamp-affixed) Stationery with Approval signature of yours and an Acceptance signature of the party who wishes to take the car in lease along with one or two Witness Signatures.

If you need more secure way of doing then you need to resort to the latter option. ! Feel free to get back to me at the above mail ID just in case, you wish to consult me in this regard.


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