In Texas if you mail it to the beaumont or corpus christi address for the regional txdot offices two weeks or so...if you mail it to Houston or Austin or another big city office it will take a very long time. If you can go in (you may have to take off of work) you can get it the same day. Just take a lunch and a chair and a good book...oh yeah charge your cell phone...
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go to the dmv and tell them you want a duplicate title, it cost me 65 dollars
Anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks!
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.
At the DMV in Brooklyn Park today they told me 7-10 days for the duplicate to arrive.
No, if the duplicate is legal, and not a forgery.
5-10 business days
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.
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've been able to do it on the spot the one time I needed to.
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.
Up to 8 weeks, usually 4 to 6 weeks though
NO. Contact your local DMV and get a duplicate Title.
You can file for a lost or junk title
In New York state about 2 weeks. I just got one. You can apply online often.
If someone signs someone elses name on the title that means the title is forged. For example if i sign your name one the title that means its forged. So i advise if someone forges a name on the title call DMV and ask how to apply for a Duplicate Title, the Duplicate title will state that your the original owner of the Vehicle and since the original title has a forged signature on it means its NULL AND VOID, so its good for the garbage So go and get the Duplicate title, that's proof of ownership
If the car's owner lost the title to the car a replacement title or duplicate title can be applied for thru the state dmv.
If you have lost your title, it would be wise to get a duplicate title to show proof of ownership whenever you have to.
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