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Raymond BAUGNIET

03-30-2006 06:53:41




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am Belgian French-speaking person and it is not the first time that I address to you! Owner of a tractor DB 990, frame number : 990A 5044 17 S. I wish to have a dupplicata of the compliance certificate to register it in Belgium. Where do I have to address myself??
Thank you to answer me on the following mail : r.baug@skynet.be

Sincerely yours

Raymond BAUGNIET
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dctom

03-30-2006 07:19:09




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 Re: Compliance certificate in reply to Raymond BAUGNIET, 03-30-2006 06:53:41  
Raymond, E-mail (rich.tworek@cnh.com) he can help you if any one can, he has all the records for case at racine,, tom



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Walt Davies

03-30-2006 07:14:44




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 Re: Compliance certificate in reply to Raymond BAUGNIET, 03-30-2006 06:53:41  
Ok so what's this think about Compliance Certificate and what is it being complied to.

I think we need some extra information to help you.

Also what's all this registering of tractors over there is that a normal thing in your country. Over here we just buy them and run them. They are old tractors and don't have to meet any requirments here. Walt Davies
Monmouth, OR



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Raymond BAUGNIET

03-30-2006 12:03:23




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 Re: Compliance certificate in reply to Walt Davies, 03-30-2006 07:14:44  
Good evening to you!

Effectively, in Belgium it is necessary to have the certificate of correspondence (or compliance) to register a vehicle even if he is more than 30 years old.
Thank you for your help.



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