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You bought a car from a tow company that was assumed abandoned whats the process of getting title if the original owner is no where to be found?

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2009-06-09 01:04:23
2009-06-09 01:04:23

Usually the title will have to be filed "lost" or "salvaged" and then updated to yourself afterwards. Each state in the union has their own outrageous price to do so.

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