Motor vehicle: registration certificate Part I (vehicle registration certificate) Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.
The registration certificate Part I (ZB I) has replaced the vehicle registration certificate. The person registered in the ZB I is often the owner of the corresponding vehicle, but it is not mandatory. Halter is the person who has the power of disposal over the motor vehicle and uses it for his own account and in particular denies the ongoing costs. The owner is often not the owner of the vehicle. The part I certificate of registration is therefore not proof of ownership. There is no general obligation to exchange from the old vehicle registration certificate to the new Registration Certificate Part I. However, a ZB I is issued when a new vehicle letter is to be issued (e.g. because it has been lost). In this case, this is done regardless of whether the old vehicle license is still available. Invalidated registration certificates Part I (vehicle certificates) will be handed back to the holder after decommissioning.
Problems sometimes arising from the transfer of entries in the "Remarks" box of the previous vehicle licence to the new ZB I. In principle, the new box 22 of the Registration Certificate Part I serves to take over these registrations. If the space there is not sufficient, a leaflet is issued, sometimes also pinned.