Quick guide: How to get a copy of your Manila City no-contact apprehension NOV via email

Fines can be settled online, through payment centers, or at the Manila City Hall
by TopGear.com.ph | Jul 1, 2022
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There are a lot of inquiries about no-contact apprehensions on the road right now, especially with Quezon City launching the full implementation of its no-contact apprehension program (NCAP) effective July 1, 2022. We have the full explainer for that here, as well as a quick guide listing the 15 intersections equipped with traffic cameras.

In case you didn’t know, no-contact apprehensions are carried out using traffic cameras and surveillance tech that capture photos of traffic violators’ vehicles and license plates. The registered owner of a vehicle caught by the system is pulled from the database, and a notice of violation (NOV) is generated and sent to the registered owner.

Vehicles on Padre Burgos Avenue in Manila City

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The Manila City no-contact apprehension program has been in place since December 2020. It has a dedicated website where you can run a check on your license plate for any violations and a Facebook page that provides updates.

This week, the local government announced that requests for a copy of the notice of violation may now be made via email. Requests may be sent to ncap@maila.gov.ph, along with the following requirements:

Requirements needed for email request of notice of violation (NOV) for registered owners:

  1. Official Receipt and Certificate of Registration (OR/CR) of the vehicle
  2. Affidavit stating the person requesting for the NOV is the registered owner of the vehicle, or photograph of the registered owner holding a government-issued ID
  3. Government-issued ID with picture of the registered owner
  4. If registered owner is a corporation: Board Resolution or Secretary’s Certificate authorizing the requesting person to secure a copy of the NOV
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Requirements for email request of NOV for buyers/transferees, pending the transfer of the vehicle’s LTO registration to their name

  1. Official Receipt and Certificate of Registration (OR/CR) of the vehicle
  2. Notarized deed of sale of the vehicle
  3. If seller/transferor is a corporation: Board Resolution or Secretary’s Certificate confirming the signatory’s authority to execute the deed of sale on behalf of the corporation
  4. Affidavit stating that the person requesting the NOV is the buyer/transferee, the new owner, and the actual possessor of the vehicle, or photograph of the buyer/transferee holding a government-issued ID
  5. Government-issued ID of the buyer/transferee
  6. If buyer/transferee is a corporation: Board Resolution or Secretary’s Certificate authorizing the requesting person to secure a copy of the NOV

Fines may be settled online, over the counter at authorized payment centers, or in person at the Manila City Hall.

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