Information for motor car traders in Victoria on how to apply for, maintain and renew their licence.
Information for motor car traders on licence disqualification and reasons for requiring permission to hold a licence.
When you apply for a motor car trader licence, the Business Licensing Authority will ask you for information about your ‘associates’ to determine if you (or your company) are ‘fit and proper’ to hold a licence.
Includes information on updating motor car trader licence details, annual statements and fees, and licence cancellation.
Explains how Consumer Affairs Victoria deals with unlicensed motor car traders, educates traders, and how to dob in an unlicensed trader.
Information on how to apply for mutual recognition of an interstate or New Zealand conveyancer's licence.
Information for motor car traders in Victoria about complaint handling and dispute resolution.
Explains motor car traders' obligations when selling vehicles at auction, including what traders need to do to clearly separate auction from retail sales.
A summary of the standards of conduct that motor car traders and their employees must meet in their day-to-day dealings with consumers.