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Can a car be registered in one state while the title and drivers license is from another state?

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2006-04-22 12:05:55
2006-04-22 12:05:55

YES! I bog-uht 2nd hand car went to sell - found out 20 yr old out of state lien "owed" on car! I junked car, lesser of 2 evils!

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