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    Question,

    Are they saying that you should of been the owner of the car for the past 12 months? if so, then technically the V5 does not prove this and so you could of easily owned the car for 12 months or more.

    If they are saying you needed to be the registered keeper for a 12 month period, then that is where you have the problem and have to backdate it.

    I would assume, if it's the first line you shouldn't have any issue with importing it even if the logbook is changed to be you say tomorrow.

    James.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EduTech View Post
    Question,

    Are they saying that you should of been the owner of the car for the past 12 months? if so, then technically the V5 does not prove this and so you could of easily owned the car for 12 months or more.

    If they are saying you needed to be the registered keeper for a 12 month period, then that is where you have the problem and have to backdate it.

    I would assume, if it's the first line you shouldn't have any issue with importing it even if the logbook is changed to be you say tomorrow.

    James.
    Yes I do believe it is the first line.

    Personal Imports Option

    Applicants must satisfy each of the following ownership requirements. You must:

    own the vehicle when submitting the application; and
    have acquired ownership of the vehicle while overseas; and
    have owned the vehicle while overseas for a continuous period of at least 12 months. This is the “qualifying period”. The qualifying period must have occurred immediately before you (permanently) arrived in Australia.

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    how did you get on with it ?

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