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Motor Vehicles Act, 1988


16. Revocation  of driving  licence  on  grounds  of  disease  or disability.

Notwithstanding   anything  contained  in  the  foregoing sections, any  licensing authority  may at  any time  revoke a driving licence or  may require,  as a  condition of  continuing to  hold such driving licence,  the holder  thereof to produce a medical certificate in the  same form  and in  the same  manner as  is referred to in sub-  ection (3)  of, if  the licensing authority has reasonable grounds to belive that the holder of the driving licence is, by virtue of any disease or disability, unfit to drive a motor vehicle and where the authority  revoking a  driving licence  is not the authority which issued the  same, it  shall intimate  the fact  of revocation  to  the authority which issued that licence.



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