Organization : Road Safety and Transport Authority
Facility : Pay Fine
Country : Bhutan
Website : http://www.rsta.gov.bt/rstaweb/
Pay Here : https://eralis.rsta.gov.bt/eralis/public/serviceredirection.html?q=payfine
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Pay Fine :
Please enter the below details,
1. Enter TIN No
2. Enter Vehicle No
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3. Select Vehicle Type
4. Click on the Search details button
How to pay the fines for the Traffic Infringement Notice?
Step 1 : Use the TIN number and the vehicle details to process to pay fines.(Reference). The Traffic Police and RSTA while issuing the TIN confirms from where the seized documents will be collected.
Step 2 : Select the Bank from where the payment will be made and use correct account number to make payment.Use the OTP token for authentication.
Step 3 : Retain a soft copy and the printed copy of the payment acknowledgement for reference.
Step 4 : Visit the RSTA or Traffic Police Office to collect the seized documents.
Note : After successful payment transactions, the TIN payment will be updated in the eRaLIS.
How is the Payment of transfer tax calculated?
(1) Responsibility for payment of property transfer tax shall lie with the seller, except in case :
(a) Of a vehicle purchased from the Government on allotment
(b) Vehicle sold by international and diplomatic agencies; or
(c) Of the seller exempt from the transfer tax, in which case, the buyer shall pay the transfer tax unless he can produce a certificate of exemption from the Ministry of Finance.
(2) If, in the opinion of the Authority, the sale value has been under stated in the sale deed, it is empowered to carry out revaluation of the vehicle using the formula under sub ? section (3).
(3) For the purpose of charging 5% (or as may be amended from time to time) vehicle ownership transfer tax, the Authority shall apply depreciation at the following rates on the initial purchase price (on production of original invoice/bill or similar records maintained by the Authority) or the current market value of a similar type, using the diminishing balance method
(a) @ 10% per annum for first and second year;
(b) @ 15% per annum for third, fourth, fifth and sixth year; and
(c) a motor vehicle shall be valued at 10% of the initial purchase price (as indicated in the original invoice/bill or similar records maintained by the Authority) or the current purchase price (of a new vehicle) of the same or similar description, after the sixth year.
(4) Where a vehicle is seized and auctioned by the financial institution to recover its loan, the previous owner in whose name the loan is outstanding, will be subject to transfer tax on the actual amount received by the property owner after adjustment of the outstanding loan amount.
(5) In case of a vehicle sold as scrap, the owner is liable for transfer tax on the sale value of the scrap and must surrender the registration certificate to the Authority.
NOTE : Vehicles gifted as SOELRA/gift, bought from RGOB projects etc are also liable for 5% transfer tax.
Exemption from payment of property transfer tax :
(1) Payment of property transfer tax is exempt in case of the ownership being transferred :
(a) From parents to children
(b) From husband to wife or vice-versa