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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

160. Duty to furnish particulars of vehicle involved in accident.

A registering  authority or  the officer in charge of a police station  shall, if  so required  by a person who alleges that he is entitled to claim compensation in respect of an accident arising out of the use of a motor  vehicle, or if so required by an insurer against whom a claim has been  made in respect of any motor vehicle, furnish to that person or to  that insurer,  as the case may be, on payment of the prescribed fee any  information at the disposal of the said authority or the said authority or  the said  police officer  relating to the identification marks and other particulars of the vehicle and the name and address of the person  who was  using the  vehicle at the time of the accident or was injured  by it  and the  property, if any damaged in such form and within such time as the Central Government may prescribe.

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