In order to combat trailer theft and fraudulent registrations, ICBC has made some changes to the registration process and licensing policy for light ubilt trailers with GVW of 1400KG or less. As of July 1, 2012, people registering light ubilt trailers must provide original supporting documents for all major component parts used to build the trailer. Component parts would include frame, decking, axles, tires and rims. Typical supporting documents include a bill of sale, manufacturer's statement of origin or a vehicle registration number. If you don't have proper supporting documentation, you must sign a statutory declaration (MV1484) as a last resort. This form can be picked up at your local Motor Vehicle Branch. Once you have filled it out, bring it into our office for swearing.
For more information, go to: http://www.icbc.com/registration-licensing/specialty-vehicles/u-bilt.
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Brosgall Legal's owner and principal, Adam Brosgall, is an experienced Vancouver Notary Public, Commissioner of Oaths, and Lawyer. He is fully qualified, licenced, and insured to swear statutory declarations in British Columbia. If you have any questions, or would like to book an appointment, please feel free to email us, or call 604-685-ADAM . Same day service and walk-ins are welcome. Please see our Vancouver Notary home page for our other services, and we look forward to seeing you.