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  1. Findingmud

    Findingmud Limited User

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    Hey guys, new to this forum, and looked through the topics quick and didn't see anything on this, so just wanted to tell you about my experience with a 2003 Honda CRF230F that i purchased without paper work, so here it is:
    Bought the Bike for $1400 in extremely good condition, at the time of sale the former owner informed me that the bike was never put in their name and that the owner previous to them did not either, the former owner informed me that they had all the paper work from the bikes import from the US, but as it happened the paper work got lost during a move, now after going to 2 separate MTO's they both said that i would have to get the original NVIS form from the dealer, but i could only research the ownership back 2 owners, i ran the VIN# through CPIC and a theft checker site and it was clean just lost paper work. finally i went in to another MTO and played dumb that i didn't know anything about the bike and they had me show a Bill of sale and Swear in an Affidavit, as simple as that, just took a lot of running around between MTO's telling me different necessary documents. i don't know if this might help someone but it was a complete pain in the butt for me. hope my running around and worry might help someone lol
  2. clayfan

    clayfan Limited User

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    Good on you As much as I know that bike was supposed to go through the RIV process (add $200 for the Canadain Government) You sir have sucessfully found a way around all that BS.
  3. koobly

    koobly ODSC-OFTR Member

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    I think the hardest part would be getting it over the border. (with no riv)

    Although coming back from a GNCC we had two bikes in the trailer, they couldn't have cared less about them at the border.

    No paperwork requested at all.

    Thanks for the tip,