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Help!!... I LOST MY LIFETIME TAX PAPER!!!!!

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  • Help!!... I LOST MY LIFETIME TAX PAPER!!!!!

    Hi guys, let me introduce myself first. I'm Gautam i live in chennai and i've just completed my 12th and pursuing C.A

    ok. Now here's my question: I lost my lifetime tax paper . I misplaced it and now i can't find it anywhere. I only have the photocopy of it. Am i doomed or wat? is it possible for me to get a duplicate copy of the tax paper? OH Please help me.
    Every BIKE has a lot of speed in it. The trick is getting the speed out of it.


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    • #3
      Hey welcome to xBhp Gautam. Regarding your problem, dont worry, contact the RTO office where you paid the LTT and ask them for the process of obtaining the duplicate(if possible). or else if you have the copy of the receipt, get it laminated and another copy of it and keep the other copy safe.

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      • #4
        File an FIR.
        Take the receipt of the FIR to the RTO and follow the procedure to obtain duplicate RC.
        Take copy of insurance and PUC along.



        if you have lost the Insurance Papers as well then get Take a copy of the FIR to insurance provider.
        Last edited by thebagchi; 07-09-2009, 01:36 PM.
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        • #5
          Thanks Guys.

          Thanks guys. i'll contact the RTO right away.
          Every BIKE has a lot of speed in it. The trick is getting the speed out of it.

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          • #6
            oh i thought this is some tragic story of a biker

            cool welcome
            Hope is a good thing ,
            may be the best of things and
            no good thing ever dies .

            Get busy living or get busy dying .

            - The Shawshank Redemption .

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            • #7
              Another "lost" case..say hello to your messiah..
              a potential messiah to be precise..before i start toking about my 'super power' let me just say- LODGE AN F.I.R.
              Ok..now, with that out of the way, here's the important thing..A service of document management was recently started by a company called kleeto. And i'm one of the 1st users of it. I'm satisfied with their service and so I'm suggesting it to you. When you submit your documents with them, they scan and digitize them and so you can view and send copies over the internet using a password that you'd be given. The physical documents are kept safe in lockers. And you can have them back if you want..the company delivers your stuff to your place.

              But that's a 'future' help..right now, you'll have to take the help of the other guys on this thread for your current problem..
              Good luck.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by shashwatv930 View Post
                Another "lost" case..say hello to your messiah..
                a potential messiah to be precise..before i start toking about my 'super power' let me just say- LODGE AN F.I.R.
                Ok..now, with that out of the way, here's the important thing..A service of document management was recently started by a company called kleeto. And i'm one of the 1st users of it. I'm satisfied with their service and so I'm suggesting it to you. When you submit your documents with them, they scan and digitize them and so you can view and send copies over the internet using a password that you'd be given. The physical documents are kept safe in lockers. And you can have them back if you want..the company delivers your stuff to your place.

                But that's a 'future' help..right now, you'll have to take the help of the other guys on this thread for your current problem..
                Good luck.
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