In certain circumstances information from the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency’s (DVLA) registers can lawfully be disclosed. Tremark Associates can access DVLA keeper records via KADOE (Keeper at Date of Event) through our corporate membership of the Association of British Investigators.
Our access is permissible under strict conditions and searches may only be carried out under the following search criteria:
To trace the keeper of a vehicle which has been left or abandoned on
private land that needs to be removed
Documentary evidence is held to show that the Vehicle Lessee has breached their payment obligations or defaulted. The Vehicle Lessor needs vehicle keeper details to recover the payment, repossess the vehicle or both.
Change of keeper
Documentary evidence is held that the vehicle Lessor’s vehicle is being kept by another person contrary to the terms of the vehicle lease agreement or a notification has been received that there has been a change of vehicle keeper.
To confirm keepership of assets, that have been repossessed or seized, belong to the person named in the judgment.
Breach of terms and conditions
Documentary evidence is held that the Terms and Conditions of the vehicle lease agreement have been breached by the vehicle Lessee.
Documentary evidence is held that the vehicle Lessee has given false information at the time the vehicle lease agreement was taken out or that the vehicle lessee is involved in fraudulent activity in relation to the vehicle lease agreement.
Hit and run
An unidentified third-party vehicle/driver has been involved in a hit and run incident with the Customer’s insured person/client. The driver of the third-party vehicle did not stop or report the accident or give information and documents to the insured person/client.
Damage to vehicle
The client has received a claim that an unidentified third-party vehicle/driver was involved in a road traffic incident where direct damage occurred to their insured person’s/client’s vehicle
Death or personal injury
The client has reason to believe that the third-party vehicle was involved in a road traffic incident and caused death or personal injury their insured person/client or their passengers’; or damage to their insured person’s/client’s vehicle and the insured person/client has submitted a claim for payment in respect of that damage.
Damage to property
The client has received a claim that an unidentified third-party vehicle/driver was involved in a road traffic incident where damage was caused to their insured person’s/client’ property by a vehicle
The client has received a claim and needs to establish the keeper(s)/driver(s) of the third-party vehicle(s) where there is a reason to suspect or there is specific documentary evidence that the third party has given false information or has made a representation when they gave their details
Shunting or swerving
The client has received a claim that an unidentified third-party vehicle/driver caused damage as a result of shunting a vehicle or causing a vehicle to swerve into their insured person’s/clients property.
Suspected cloned vehicle
The client needs to establish whether a vehicle that is suspected to have been cloned on inspection, is registered to the policyholder/client, following an insurance claim.
Credit hire claim fraud
The client needs to check the vehicle keeper of a hire vehicle where a credit hire claim is suspected to be fraudulent and not owned by hire company.
Staged incident/crash for cash fraud
The client has received a claim and believes the incident has been staged to make a fraudulent claim. They require vehicle keeper details of their insured person/client or the third party.
Insurance Policy Default
The client needs to establish ownership of vehicles related to a third-party claim where the policy of the “at fault” driver has fallen into default and the policyholder is not traceable.
The client has evidence that the keeper of a vehicle has been a victim of Ghost broking and need to be advised that their insurance is invalid.
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