Legally, you would be selling property secureing a loan. NOT GOOD. Best thing to do is call a local towing company and tell them to get it gone.
The Owner simply signs the Title and gives it to the junk yard.
A junk title means that the car cannot be driven, sold or registered in its current condition.
You first need to change the title to a salvage tile. You can go from salvage to rebuilt but with a Junk title you can not. to get a salvage tile for a Junk you need to find a state that converts Junk to salvage. Usually because the state does not have a junk title. after it is salvage you need to have it inspected in your State to make sure it meets all Vehicle title Service company that has a guaranteed title service. they will have experience with this process.
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.
With a bill of sale from the junk yard, you should be able to apply at the state for an "indemnified" title.
You can file for a lost or junk title
Contact your local DMV and they will tell you what is necessary to get a title for this vehicle.
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.
Do you mean salvaged title? http://www.state.nj.us/mvc/cit_title/v_title_special.html Also from the state of New Jersey website regarding junk vs. salvage titles: Q. What is the difference between a junk title and a salvage title? A. A junk title is issued to a "public agency" (police department, municipality, etc.) for junk vehicles found abandoned on roadways. Once a junk title is issued, the vehicle can never be re-titled for use on the road. A salvage title is issued when a vehicle has been declared a total loss (through collision, flood, fire, theft, etc.) by an insurance carrier or owner. The salvage title is necessary in order to dispose of or sell the vehicle to a junkyard or dealer. If a vehicle with a salvage title is repaired and passes inspection, it can be re-titled for use on the road.
File for a duplicate title. this may be done at a Secretary of State facility.
Junk Car Removal South FloridaThere are many junk car removers who will pay cash for your old car, provided you have the title.
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.
Refer this link to know about junk dealers in Altoona area http://altoona-pa.yellowusa.com/Junk_Dealers.html
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ONLY if you can find someone to buy it without a title. NO buyer, NO seller.
A vehicles need a title to be registered/insure, show that you are the rightful owner. The year of the vehicle has no baring on needing to have a title. If the vehicle is from a junk yard, or totaled, a "salvage title" is available.
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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.
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The title goes with the vehicle. Pass the title on to the new owner even if it is a junk yard.