Get yourself down to the Secretary of State facility and apply for a duplicate title.
You will need to get a duplicate title. The states will require proof positive that there are no liens against it before registering same.
You can transfer with a duplicate title depending on the reason. If you bought the car, you can use a duplicate title "IF" you have a bill of sale. If it is a family member's car, you might want to take them with you to the DMV.
No, if the duplicate is legal, and not a forgery.
Replace lost motorcycle title
Title for abandoned motorcycle in Virginia
go to the dmv and tell them you want a duplicate title, it cost me 65 dollars
From where you purchased it from should have a copy.
You will have to get a duplicate title from DMV
You can get a duplicate title at your local dmv.
You can get a "request for duplicate title" form from the DMV website. You fill it out, mail it in to the DMV with the duplicate title fee $17.00 and the DMV takes care of the rest.
Contact your local DMV and request a duplicate title.
A CD title I believe is not actually a title. CD in reference to a motorcycle usually means a Certificate of Destruction.
To find the lien holder of a vehicle, the registered owner of the vehicle will have to apply for a duplicate title. The VIN will be necessary to obtain the duplicate title. The lien holder will be listed on the duplicate title.
A duplicate title can be issued if there was previously a bank that owned the vehicle, this can include a lease or a loan. Once the amount is paid in full, a duplicate title will be issued to person who signed the contract, with the exception of the lien holder listed.
“I there someone around that will give a motorcycle title loan ”
The ADD123 website allows users to do a motorcycle title search. Your local DMV is also able to do a motorcycle title search. All that is required is the VIN number.
duplicate from DMV
$22.50 FOR LOST OR DUPLICATE. ACCORDING TO THE DMV WEBSITE.
Go to your local DMV and ask for a duplicate title.
You can't. Get a duplicate title.
That person should sign all documents "(Son), Executor, estate of (Deceased)". If you need a title they can't find, they need to go to DMV and apply for a duplicate.
NO. Contact your local DMV and get a duplicate Title.
You can file for a lost or junk title