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I had a car in my name which I signed over to a woman June last year. I deregistered the vehicle in September last year. asked the police to get the number plates but to no avail. I understand they are busy.I see the car being driven by this woman around Tullebudgera daily. The licence number is 571SCJ. As I am the last registered owner of this vehicle if she crashes will I be held responsible in any way.
Posted by Anonymous on
If you deregistered then you cannot be held responsible. It is no longer in your name.
Posted on Jul 30, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had trouble deregistering one of the phones, as it has to be close to the original base (kept telling me out of range). I found out that pressing END and #, also deregisters.
Posted on Aug 25, 2007
If you are still looking for an answer on dereg of a handset, the manual says Menu - 0-0-2 then 3-3-5-OK then select the handset you want to cancel/deregister
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
This seems to be a problem with your web browser. If you're using Internet explorer, just click on Tools>Internet Options>Delete Files and try to access the website again.
Posted on Sep 18, 2008
Hello Roger and thank you for using Fixya's services.
Fixya is in no way affiliated with Google ads. Fixya is a technical site that assist users with questions and repairs.
I did a search as you stated and you are correct about the false advertisement. Advertisements become active when a person initializes a contract thru Google, Yahoo and other advertising companys (browsers).
There is no easy way to get rid of this but I can tell you where to start.
Send an email to Google's advertising firm and request it be taken down, as well as the other browsers.
Bing (also known as Microsoft)
I would make a master email and send to all three. They will respond and let you know what steps you need to take.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
Posted on Nov 11, 2009
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