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4. The documents to be used for verification under regulation 6(7) or (8) are—
(a)a registration document or registration certificate or that part of such document or certificate as is required by regulations made under section 22(1)(d) of the 1994 Act to be furnished to a new keeper of the vehicle upon its sale or disposal;
(b)Form V750 (certificate of entitlement to a registration mark);
(c)Form V778 (retention document relating to a right of retention in a registration mark);
(d)Form V11 (vehicle licensing reminder issued to a registered keeper);
(e)Form V379 (temporary registration certificate);
(f)Form V948 (authorisation to purchase a number plate); or
(g)an authorisation to purchase the number plate, issued by a company owning more than one vehicle, stating that it holds the registration document or the registration certificate and giving the reference number of that document or certificate.
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