Amvir Agreement

THE Code of Conduct of the AMVIR recipient`s staff with respect to the Access to Information and Publication Directive (PDF, 67 KB) The Commissioner`s power to review a Clerk`s decision is defined in Division 1.1 of the Freedom of Information and Data Protection Act. AMVIR is a regulation under Section 8 of the Traffic Safety Act of Alberta. As of July 24, 2017, anyone with access to vehicle information must sign the confirmation form of the recipient`s personnel code of conduct (PDF, 181 KB), known as the “Acknowledgment Code.” AMVIR controls the disclosure of information by the Registrar to recipients for purposes authorized by AMVIR through AMVIR agreements. AMVIR Form A-003 – Recipient Code of Conduct – Confirmation Form (RECCAF) (PDF, 181 KB) You can purchase a report showing the history of a vehicle in Alberta. All staff in an organization who need access to vehicle information should read the AMVIR recipient`s code of conduct for access and disclosure of information (PDF, 67 KB), referred to as “code.” Alberta provides different types of vehicle information. The Clerk announces decisions and communications to the public regarding access to vehicle information. When Alberta reopens, please note that temporary changes to several of Service Alberta`s oversight laws and regulations will no longer be in effect as of August 15. Schedules or other commitments have returned to normal. There are two general categories of data that can be obtained: hours: 8:15 to 16:30 (open Monday to Friday, holidays closed) Phone: 780-427-7013 Abstracts: Fact Sheet (PDF, 50 KB) Form AMVIR A-002 – Recipient Information Form (RIF) (PDF, 187 KB) AMVIR Form A-001 – Serving Court Documents (PDF, 184 KB) Note: A version of the A-003 code confirmation form was published on the Registrar`s website on July 24, 2017. If their information has not been changed, a person who has completed and signed the previous version of the form (2016/10) is not required to complete and sign the new version: REG11355 (2017/02). To support a healthy recovery, continue to act safely to prevent the spread. Find out how alberta.ca/COVID19.

The code is part of the guidelines mentioned in the AMVIR agreement. This code and any subsequent versions that will be published on the Registrar`s website will come into effect in their entirety and will come into effect 30 days after the publication date. By signing the code confirmation procedure, individuals agree: an audit request must be submitted to the Commissioner within 60 days of the publication of the Clerk`s decision on the Clerk`s website. Among those who can request an audit is:.