How long does it take to get the logbook from dvla?

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Asked at 2011-12-30 19:00:13
How long does it take to get the log book of the DVLA ?
Answer1AbrahaAnswered at 2011-12-31 00:57:19
Last year I had one that took 6 weeks and was less than a week . It also depends on the seller to send it to the DVLA without delay.
Answer2PowerAnswered at 2012-01-02 01:04:15
Normally it should take about a week on average. I'm in the car industry and trade cars.about always a companion of the week
Answer3KerwiAnswered at 2012-01-07 00:16:51
It depends on when the seller sends it.

If there is anything after 4 weeks in contact with them, I hope you have the new keeper supplement (green) sliding.
Answer4JamieAnswered at 2012-01-07 05:20:18
About a week .
Answer5AgathaAnswered at 2012-01-09 21:26:11
Once the application receives nothing for up to 4 weeks, but most of the time will have to wait no more than 2.

To be honest, most of the delays are caused by the previous car owner despite not sending in their own interest.
Answer6ClarAnswered at 2012-01-10 06:27:56
I just got a new car

Mine took 10 days from the publication section of the document V5 buyers
Answer7HoratiaAnswered at 2012-02-08 00:06:10
I once bought a car with now and the guy never sent the log book DVLA called and had a log book Withing 10 days :)
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