Well. you gotta do something with 'em, right? I take it by "junk" you mean SALVAGE title. http://www.leginfo.ca.gov/cgi-bin/displaycode?section=veh&group=11001-12000&file=11500-11541
(h) (1) A salvage certificate issued under this section shall include a statement that the seller and any subsequent sellers that transfer ownership of a total loss vehicle pursuant to a properly endorsed salvage certificate are required to disclose to the purchaser at, or prior to, the time of sale that the vehicle has been declared a total loss salvage vehicle. (2) Effective on and after the department includes in the salvage certificate form the statement described in paragraph (1), a seller who fails to make the disclosure described in paragraph (1) shall be subject to a civil penalty of not more than five hundred dollars ($500). IF you mean REGULAR title and junk car, you should be able to sell "as-is" to the highest bidder. LOL
A junk title means that the car cannot be driven, sold or registered in its current condition.
The Owner simply signs the Title and gives it to the junk yard.
When you sell your junk car for cash, you should sign over the Title (or pink slip) to the business to which you sell the car. That releases you from liability.
You can file for a lost or junk title
take the car to Texas and register it there
yes junk yards have a form you have to fill out thoughYou can also check with different "salvage" companies about this.ANSWER:If you can't find your paperwork/title of your junk car? Some Junkyard' s are knowledgeable will guide you through the junk car removal process specific to your needs. Just let them know when you call or request your quote online and they'll be happy to assist you in obtaining the proper documentation required.
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it needs to be inspected and changed from salvage title to reg title but who sold you the car should be able to sign it off. if not find out what your state needs for reg. 2nd You can never have a clean title on a salvage title. it's illegal and cant be done legally. I'm not sure about a junk title. That may be a title than can never be registered again. In South Carolina, the titles are blue, but a junk title is red, and vehicles with red titles can never be put back on the road.
i have a person who sold me a car under bankrupcty, and i need the title . gow can i tell if its still under or not?
It is not possible to register a car in California with no VIN or title. The owner of the car must produce a valid title for registration. If the car is too old and never had a title or VIN, the title can be applied for at the time it is registered. If the title is lost, a new duplicate title can be issued to the person named on the title.
File for a duplicate title. this may be done at a Secretary of State facility.
The title goes with the vehicle. Pass the title on to the new owner even if it is a junk yard.
Once you have sold the car you do not have to supply the title . It would be helpful to the buyer but cars are bought and sold with out titles all the time. If the title is branded (Unclean) that is something out of your control. It seems the buyer might have wanted to know that before they purchased.
If the title is not free and clear, then the title cannot be transferred to a new owner and it cannot be sold. If the creditor has written it off and it is no longer in dispute, then it can be sold. You can sell it as scrap metal to a junk yard without a title, I believe.
Yes you can .You must tell the buyer that the car has no title and the parts are sold as is.
I sold my car two weeks ago and now I get a storage notification from the police.
IF it is YOUR car, yes.
yes you can WITH ID and signed paperwork stating you lost title so that if car is stolen, they can find you!!
Depending on the state the answer is no. If you are in CA, AZ, CO, NY I know you must disclose that the vehicle has a salvage title. As a private seller you are selling the car as-is but if your car was recently totaled/salvaged but you sold the car with the old clean title, that would be unethical. If I purchased the car from you and later could prove you knew of the salvage title I would certainly sue you and would probably win! What about a if someone sell me a "junk title" car without telling me, and I can show that they knew about it ?
Depends on the laws in California, and wheather you sold the car "As Is". If you sold it as is, then normally the answer would be NO.
I'm guessing you're asking how to get a title, if your car didn't come with one. It depends the state, you need to call you local Department of motor vehicles to find out. If it helps, in Ohio, you cannot get a title for a car that was sold with none.
That means that at some point the car was wrecked so severely that the cost to repair it exceeded 75% of the value of the car. The car was therefore totaled and sold to a salvage yard. The salvage yard sold the car to someone who repaired it and sold it with the required salvage title. You should have noticed the salvage title when you bought the car.
If you mean car title contract DMV. They will charge a fee.