§ 43-47-12. Maintenance of records by licensees; possession of vehicle or parts as evidence of purchase for resale.

CODE OF GEORGIA

Title 43. PROFESSIONS AND BUSINESSES

Chapter 47. USED MOTOR VEHICLE AND USED MOTOR VEHICLE PARTS DEALERS

Current through 2019 Chapter 321

§ 43-47-12. Maintenance of records by licensees; possession of vehicle or parts as evidence of purchase for resale

(a) Every licensee shall maintain for three years a record of:
(1) Every vehicle, vehicle body, chassis, or major component part of or for a vehicle received or acquired by him or her; its description and any identifying numbers; the date of its receipt or acquisition; and the full name, address, and driver's license number or social security number of the person from whom received or acquired; provided, however, that, in the event such purchase or acquisition is from a used car dealer or from a used motor vehicle parts dealer, the name and address of the corporation or company shall be sufficient if the seller is registered under this chapter;
(2) Every vehicle, vehicle body, chassis, or major component part disposed of by him or her; its description and any identifying numbers; the date of its receipt or acquisition; and the full name, address, and driver's license number or social security number of the person to whom disposed; provided, however, that, in the event such disposal is to a used car dealer or to a used motor vehicle parts dealer, the name and address of the corporation or company shall be sufficient if the purchaser or acquirer is registered under this chapter;
(3) Every vehicle wrecked, dismantled, or crushed by him or her and the date of its wrecking or dismantling; and
(4) Any other records which the appropriate division may reasonably require to protect the public, as relating to the licensee's method of operation and personnel employed.
(b) The possession of motor vehicles or parts covered by this chapter shall be prima-facie evidence that they were purchased for the purpose of resale.

Cite as OCGA § 43-47-12