How to remove car loan hypothecation after car loan repayment?

01 Nov 2019

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A secured loan is a loan in which an asset is hypothecated to the lender. Since the lender finances the purchase of the asset, the original purchase papers of the asset are with the lender. When it comes to purchase of a home, the asset’s ownership shifts to the borrower once he has completely repaid the loan. In gold loans, the gold is left under lock and key with the lender. Once the loan is repaid, this gold is given back to the borrower. However, it is not the same when it comes to a car loan.

In a car loan, the car purchased is hypothecated to the lender. The lender pays the funds to purchase the car. However, a car also has to be registered with the Regional Transport Office (RTO) before it can be driven on the road. In such a case, the name of the lender appears on the registration certificate (RC) of the vehicle/ in the records of Regional Transport Office. This means you need to take a few additional steps once the car loan is repaid for car loan hypothecation removal. Once the car loan hypothecation is removed and the car’s ownership is completely in your name, then you will have a clear title and ownership to your car. This is especially important while getting insurance. In case anything happens to the car, the Insurance claim will go to the owner of the car, which in case of hypothecation, will be in favor of the lender.

This is why car loan hypothecation removal is important.

How to remove hypothecation from RC after car loan repayment/termination:

Step 1: Repayment of car loan

In the hypothecation agreement of car loan, the name of the lender appears as the owner for the car. To start the procedure for removal of the lender’s name, you need to repay the car loan completely. The loan must be paid off and a nil balance must appear in the lender’s books.

If you are planning to prepay your car loan, it is better to inquire with the lender about their prepayment charges and conditions. Sometimes lenders have prepayment charges on these loans and this can go up to 2%.

Once you’ve completely paid off the loan, you need a no dues certificate from the lender. This certificate will state that you have completely discharged the dues to the lender.

Step 2: Collection of documents from the lender

Once the loan is repaid, the lender will give you the no dues certificate. Along with this, you need to collect:

No objection certificate:

This certificate states that the lender does not have any objection with car loan hypothecation removal. One important point to remember is that you must take multiple copies of the No Objection certificate. This No Objection certificate will need to be submitted to the RTO and to the Insurance company. You will also need one copy for your own records. Usually, the no objection certificate is valid for 3 months. So, you must approach the RTO immediately after you get the no objection certificate.

Form 35

This form is a notice of termination of hypothecation. This form also has to be made in triplicate or in 3 copies. Each state usually has its own format for this form which can easily be found online or at the RTO.

Step 2: Submission of documents to the RTO

Once you have the documents from the lender, you need to visit the Regional Transport Office or the RTO with a set of documents that includes:

  • Original form 35 signed and stamped by the borrower and bank
  • Original Bank No Objection Certificate
  • Attested copy of PAN
  • Attested copy of insurance policy of car
  • Original Registration Certificate
  • Address proof
  • Copy of Pollution Under Control (PUC) certificate

These documents will have to be submitted to the RTO. If your address does not match the address in the registration certificate, you will need to submit Form 33 which is for change of address.

Once you submit these documents to the concerned officer at the RTO, they will get them verified. You need to pay the respective fees to get the process completed. The officer will give you a time and date on which you can collect your updated Registration Certificate (RC)

Step 3: Collect your updated Registration Certificate

The date and time for the visit will be specified when the documents are submitted. When you visit the RTO on the specified date, you will get the updated RC. If there are any mistakes in the details, you can get them corrected and collect the RC on a future date. Once you collect your updated RC, you will have completed all car loan hypothecation removal formalities.

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How to get a personal loan with a bad CIBIL score

With a number of lenders proliferating across the country borrowing money is no longer difficult. The number of phone calls we get on a daily basis selling personal loans is an indication of how the lenders are now chasing people to borrow.
However, it may be easy to borrow money as far as you are able to repay it. The moment you start defaulting on the loans, trouble starts. Even a delay in payment would mean trouble for the borrower.
A delay or default in repaying a loan affects what is called a bad credit score measured in India as CIBIL score. This score is very important for a personal loans as compared to any other form of a loan.
A personal loan is an unsecured loan which means the lender is taking a higher risk based on certain financial track record of the borrower.
The CIBIL score measures your credit worth. The range of the score is usually between 300 and 900. The closer the score is to 900 the better it is for the borrower while a score closer to 300 would mean that getting money from the official route will be difficult. Lenders are generally comfortable lending money to people with a CIBIL score of over 725.
Your CIBIL score depends on various factors concerning your borrowing track record. It does not depend on your salary. How you have financially behaved after taking a loan is the main -basis of CIBIL score. Defaults and delay, - can bring your CIBIL score down. More than any other loan CIBIL score is paramount in personal loans.
So does it mean that a person with a low CIBIL score has no option of getting a loan?
This may not always be the case. However, chronic defaulters would have trouble raising money from the official channel. But occasional delays or defaults can be managed.
Here are some of the ways in which one can raise money through personal loans despite a low CIBIL score.
Improve your income stream
In order to get incremental personal loans, the lender has to be satisfied that you have the ability to repay the loan. A new source of funds or a salary increment will go a long way in convincing the lender that there is enough cash flow to support a new loan repayment. One will have to convince the lender that the new income stream is a regular one and not a one-time income. Any documentary proof like a contract with the vendor from where the borrower is getting money will help in building up the case.
Even if the lender may see merit in the story they may agree to lend on a higher interest rate than the market rate along with some additional charges.
Go in for a smaller loan
Asking for a bigger loan after having a low CIBIL score will scare away any lender. A smaller loan with an adequate income stream may convince him to risk a small amount. Taking a small loan and repaying it regularly will not only convince the lender but also help improve your CIBIL score.
Collateral loans
While personal loans may be difficult, but not impossible despite a low CIBIL score, one can go in for a Collateral loan.
Loan against shares, gold loans, - Term deposits is easier to get despite a lower CIBIL score. The lender is comfortable that they have collateral as a guarantee against any defaults. In such cases, the CIBIL score does not matter. On the other hand, a regular payment on these loans can help in improving your CIBIL score.

Know more about prepayment of a home loan!

If you are looking to reduce your debt burden, you should consider prepayment of home loan. As soon as your finances improve, you can choose to finish your home loan, either in part or in full. If you repay your home loan completely or in part before the scheduled tenure, it is called prepayment of home loan.
While most banks allow for a prepayment of home loan, some banks may charge a small fee for pre closure. It is, therefore, advisable to consider all the pros and cons of foreclosure before taking the plunge.
Who is eligible for a prepayment of home loan?
All home loan borrowers are eligible for pre closure, as long as their bank offers this facility. You can ensure that you have the option of prepayment of home loan at the time of taking the loan.
Most banks do not encourage prepayment as it causes a loss to them. When you decide to pay off a loan ahead of schedule, banks incur additional costs for rerouting the funds through credit channel. Therefore, banks may impose a fine for preclosing your loan.
That said, you are well within your rights to foreclose your loan—in part or full—if it gives you long-term benefit. If, even after paying the fine, you are saving on the interest you pay every month, it is worth foreclosing the loan.
How to do prepayment of home loan?
There are many ways in which you can prepay your home loan. You can either go all out and completely repay the loan ahead of schedule or you can pay off a part of your debt. You can also work on a combination of the two.

Start small, go up gradually: One way of prepaying your home loan is starting with a small prepayment in the beginning of the loan and to increase this amount every year at a constant rate. You can do so by saving through the year and spending your savings on prepayment.
Fixed prepayment: You can do this by prepaying a fixed amount towards your principal every year. This you have to do over and above your EMI payments. Plan your expenses through the year and make a fixed saving every year. Spend this saving on prepayment to reduce principal.
Higher EMI: Another way of reducing your principal is by paying more than your calculated EMI. Every month make a payment that is slightly higher than your EMI. This goes a long way in reducing your debt burden.
Full repayment: If your finances have improved tremendously or if you have been able to mobilise a large sum of money, you can completely pay off your loan ahead of your tenure. You may, however, have to pay a fine for full prepayment of home loan.

Home loan prepayment rules
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI), from time to time, revises the rules it has set for “Levy of foreclosure charges/ pre-payment penalty on Floating Rate Loans”. It specifies the conditions in which banks and housing finance corporations (HFCs) can charge prepayment charges.

When are banks and HFCs allowed to charge prepayment fees:

Home Loan is taken by non-individuals: When a company or firm borrows funds in the form of housing loan, it is not exempt from foreclosure charges.
Fixed-Rate Home Loan: If you have taken a fixed rate home loan, you will be levied a foreclosure charge for prepayment of home loan. A fixed-rate loan is when the rate of interest is the same throughout the loan tenure. Both banks and HFCs are allowed to levy a penalty on foreclosure of home loan. HFCs, however, can charge a penalty only if you are repaying the loan by borrowing from another bank or HFC. HFCs cannot charge any prepayment penalty if you prepay the loan with your own funds.
Dual rate home loans: Banks are allowed to charge a penalty for foreclosing a dual rate home loan, which is a combination of fixed rate and floating rate of interest. In such cases, the interest rate is fixed for the first few years and then becomes variable.




When are banks and HFCs not allowed to charge prepayment fees:

Floating rate home loan for individuals: Home loan prepayment rules state that prepayment charges or penalties are not levied on borrowers for taking a floating rate home loan. No extra charge is levied on either part or full payment of the loan.
Paying fixed rate home loan from HFCs with own funds: HFCs can not charge prepayment penalty on fixed rate home loan if the individual is repaying with his/ her own funds.
Dual rate home loan: Both banks and HFCs cannot charge a penalty if the borrower prepays the loan after it has shifted to variable rate scheme and has become a floating rate loan.



Prepayment of home loan may not always be the right decision. Only if the long-term benefits surpass the penalty to be paid, should you consider prepaying your loan. If you plan your prepayment well, you may be able to save a lot on interests.

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