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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

211. Power to levy fee.

Any rule which the Central Government or the State  Government  is  empowered  to  make  under  this  Act  may, notwithstanding the  absence of  any express provision to that effect, provide for  the  levy  of  such  fees  in  respect  of  applications, amendment of  documents, issue  of  certificates,  licences,  permits, tests, endorsements, badges, plates, countersignatures, authorisation, supply of  statistics or  copies of  documents or  orders and  for any other purpose  or matter involving the rendering of any service by the officers or  authorities under this Act or any rule made thereunder as may be considered necessary:

Provided that the Government may, if it considers necessary so to do, in  the public  interest, by  general or special order, exempt any class of persons from the payment of any such fee either in part or in full.

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