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
Strictly speaking, the same grammar rules about the use of numerals would apply to a title that apply to a sentence. But since the basic purpose of a title is to help sell the book, for practical purposes, anything goes!
call where ever you get your license plates at and they can tell you,they will give you a paper and you will have to have the vehicle inspected,take the paper back to them notorized,then you will get a title
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Apply to your state's Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) for a duplicate or replacement title. If you have a loan on your vehicle, the DMV may be unable to give you (the owner) the title. Link to which states provide titles to owners even with liens: http://www.allabouttitles.com/TitleHolding.aspx.
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Go to your local courthouse. They can tell you.
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apply for a salvage or lost title at the department of motor vehicles
Apply for a replacement title through your state DMV.
Apply to the state DMV for a lost title. You may need proof of ownership or abandonment.
Your creditor most likely holds the car title and/or there is a lien on your title. So, you will be unable to transfer title without paying the lien. The easiest thing to do is to bring your payments up to date and then to sell the car if payments are too high for you to manage on a regular basis.
Visit you local tag office and apply for a replacement title.
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You can apply for it at the DMV.
depends on where you live, if you live in NY then you need to transfer the title to a NY salvage title. Then, you can apply for a reconstructed title there. Here in NJ, dont have a "reconstructed title". you have to apply for a salvage inspection so that theyll give you a clear title.
you have to go back to original owner and have them apply for lost title
call your dmv, or insurance company call your dmv, or insurance company
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In most states, just go to your DMV and apply for a duplicate title.
Get yourself down to the Secretary of State facility and apply for a duplicate title.
Titles are issued by the State Department of Motor Vehicles. You need to apply for a title by proving ownership. The State will then mail you your new title.
Yes, you most certainly do. If there is no title then apply for a duplicate at your local DMV.
Answer: I take it you are talking about a trade in. You or the dealer will have to apply for a lost title.. simple.