City of London Licence Manager reverses policy on transfering vehicles

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Starting with the introduction of the new Taxi and Limousine bylaw in July 1, 2012, the city prohibited transfers of vehicles older than 3 model years old.  This prohibition was not explicitly written in the bylaw, but the administration used the definition of plating as the reason to prohibit the long existing practice.

We have just learned that the City of London Licence manager Orest Katolyk has reversed the policy on vehicle transfers effective immediately.  So long as the vehicle is no longer than 7 years old and is already existing as a taxi, the vehicle may be transferred between plate owners.

 

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