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The Motor Vehicles Act, 1988

60. Registration of vehicles belonging to the Central Government.

  1. Such  authority as  the Central Government may, by notification in the Official Gazette, specify, may register any motor vehicle which is the property  or for the time being under the exclusive control of the Central Government and is used for Government purposes relating to the defence of  the country and unconnected with any commercial enterprise and any  vehicle so  registered shall  not, so  long as it remains the property or  under the  exclusive control  of the  Central Government, require to be registered otherwise under this Act.
  2. The  authority registering  a vehicle  under sub-section  (1) shall assign  a registration  mark in  accordance with  the provisions contained in  the rules  made in this behalf by the Central Government and shall issue a certificate in respect of that vehicle to the effect that  such   vehicle  complies   for  the  time  being  with  all  the requirements of  this Act  and the  rules made there under and that the vehicle has been registered under this section.
  3.  A vehicle registered under this section shall carry the certificate issued under sub-section (2).
  4. If  a vehicle  registered under this section ceases to be the property or under the exclusive control of the Central Government, the provisions of sections 39 and 40 shall thereupon apply.
  5. The authority registering a vehicle under sub-section (1) shall furnish to any State Government all such information regarding the general nature, overall dimensions and axle weights of the vehicle as the State Government may at any time require.

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