Find out who can register a heavy vehicle
You will need:
To register your vehicle in joint names, all owners must attend a MVR office or provide written authority for one to act on behalf of the other to complete the application.
You will need:
You can nominate who is to be named first on the registration certificate.
There are also rules for demerit points and jointly owned vehicles.
Body corporate or incorporated association
A person who is entitled to act on behalf of the company - the Managing Director or Secretary of the company – must register the vehicle.
You will need to submit all of the following:
- evidence of identity
- a letter of authority to act on behalf of the company
- current copy of the company extract from the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC)
- Certificate of Incorporation from the relevant issuing authority (if applicable)
- proof of ownership
- proof of garage address in the NT.
Proof of garage address
You will need one of the following original documents to show proof of garage address:
- certificate of Land Title of land ownership for the premises
- lease agreement, written authorisation from land owner, or rent book showing address of the property
- taxation assessment notice in relation to the premises
- council rate notice
- utility (power, water and sewerage) accounts relating to the premises.
Representatives or agents of the owners
A representative or agent is anyone who conducts business on behalf of another person or body corporate.
Representatives or agents can register a vehicle if they provide all of the below: